Cauldon Place Works
'Imperial' Tea and Breakfast Shape

The signature of this shape is the tiny shamrock and thistle moulded each side of the upper mount of the handle, with the rose moulded into the top of the handle itself.

 

John Ridgway & Co.

Pattern 2/6219

Pattern 2/6356

Pattern 2/6361

Pattern 2/6415

Pattern 2/6844

 

Pattern 2/6219

The slop bowl is 172mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 2/6219 slop bowl

Pattern 2/6219 slop bowl top

Pattern 2/6219 slop bowl side

Pattern 2/6219 slop bowl base

Pattern 2/6219 slop bowl pattern number

Photos © Willa Latham ~ Gentle Rattle of China 2020

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Pattern 2/6356

Breakfast cup and saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 2/6356 breakfast cup and saucer

The breakfast saucer is 173mm in diameter.

Pattern 2/6356 breakfast saucer front

Pattern 2/6356 breakfast saucer back

Pattern 2/6356 breakfast saucer marks

Royal Arms mark with "J R".

The breakfast cup is 63mm tall, and 74mm to the tip of the handle. It is 123mm in diameter, and the handle protrudes 27mm.

Pattern 2/6356 breakfast cup top

Pattern 2/6356 breakfast cup side

Pattern 2/6356 breakfast cup handle

Pattern 2/6356 breakfast cup base

Pattern 2/6356 breakfast cup marks

Photos © Angela Grant 2018

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Pattern 2/6361

The pattern book entry for 2/6361 reads:
'Imperial Tahita Printed in No4 Brown. 2/7902 is without gold.'1
A line drawing with transfer print appears in these colours.

Coffee cup and saucer. 'Tahita' print. Bone china.

Pattern 2/6361 coffee cup and saucer

Pattern 2/6361 saucer front

Pattern 2/6361 saucer back

Joseph Green was a retailer who preferred to see his own mark rather than the manufacturer's on the back of wares he sold.

Pattern 2/6361 coffee cup top

Pattern 2/6361 coffee cup base

Joseph Green & Sons was a London retailer, 1834-42.

Photos © Des Mills 2020

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Pattern 2/6415

Coffee cup and saucer. Bone china.

Pattern 2/6415 coffee cup and saucer side

Pattern 2/6415 coffee cup and saucer top

Pattern 2/6415 coffee cup handle

Pattern 2/6415 coffee cup base

Pattern 2/6415 coffee cup backstamp and pattern number

Pattern 2/6415 saucer front

Pattern 2/6415 saucer back

Pattern 2/6415 saucer backstamp and pattern number

Photos © Angeline Clark 2018

 

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Pattern 2/6844

The tea cup. Bone china.

Pattern 2/6844 tea cup overall view

Pattern 2/6844 tea cup top view

Pattern 2/6844 tea cup detail view

Pattern 2/6844 tea cup side view

Pattern 2/6844 tea cup marks

Joseph Green & Sons was a London retailer, 1834-42.

Photos © Cai Antoney 2019

 

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Notes

1. Entry reproduced courtesy of The Wedgwood Museum Trust.

 

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