Cauldon Place Works
Miscellaneous Table and Dessert Shapes

This is a page of miscellaneous table and dessert shapes awaiting proper classification.

All entries from the factory pattern description books are reproduced courtesy of The V&A/Wedgwood Collection.

John Ridgway & Co.

"Moss Rose" flow blue

Pattern 6927

Pattern 9154

Pattern 6/259

Pattern 6/1962

Pattern 6/2112

Pattern 6/3446

Pattern 6/3703

T. C. Brown-Westhead, Moore, & Co.

Pattern L/1471

 

"Moss Rose" flow blue

The dinner plate is 267mm in diameter. Earthenware.

Moss Rose dinner plate front

Moss Rose dinner plate front detail

Moss Rose dinner plate back

Moss Rose dinner plate marks

The registraion is for 2 October 1847, Parcel 5. This has 3 patent numbers attached to it. Geoffrey Godden records this as '3 Designs for dinner service forms.

Photos © Rebecca Coy 2021

 

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Pattern 6927

The soup tureen stand? is 216mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 6927 soup tureen stand front

Pattern 6927 soup tureen stand front detail

Pattern 6927 soup tureen stand back

Pattern 6927 soup tureen stand backstamp

The meat dish is 273mm long and 216mm wide. Bone china.

Pattern 6927 meat dish front

Pattern 6927 meat dish handle detail

Pattern 6927 meat dish back

Pattern 6927 meat dish pattern number

Pattern 6927 meat dish backstamp

Photos © Gay Jungemann ~ Ruby Lane 2021

 

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Pattern 9154

For candlesticks with the same pattern see pillar candlestick page.

The rectangular dessert dish is 275mm long, 225mm wide and 50mm tall. Earthenware.

Pattern 9154 rectangular dessert dish front

Pattern 9154 rectangular dessert dish back

There is no pattern number on the dish. The pattern number is derived from a plate in the database of the Flow Blue International Collectors Club and from the candlesticks linked to above.

Photos © Susanna Pickle 2021

 

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Pattern 6/259

The dinner plate is 254mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 6/259 dinner plate front

Pattern 6/259 dinner plate back

Pattern 6/259 dinner plate pattern number

The pattern number is very faint, but it is there.

Pattern 6/259 dinner plate backstamp

The Royal Arms includes the letters "JR" for John Ridgway. The inescutcheon of Hanover was dropped when Victoria ascended the throne in 1837, but Cauldon Place still continued using the backstamp well into the 1840s.

Photos © Debby Dotson Hagara 2021

 

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Pattern 6/1962

The dessert plate is 229mm in diameter. Earthenware.

Pattern 6/1962 dessert plate front

Pattern 6/1962 dessert plate back

Pattern 6/1962 dessert plate pattern number

Photos © Jackie Casey 2021

 

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Pattern 6/2112

The print is named in the pattern books as 'Mauritius'.

The plate. Earthenware.

Pattern 6/2112 plate front

Pattern 6/2112 plate back

Pattern 6/2112 plate pattern number

Pattern 6/2112 plate printed mark

Photos © Susanna Pickle 2021

 

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Pattern 6/3446

The print is referred in the pattern books as the 'Chantilly' print, but here is missing the shoulder band.

The dinner plate is 260mm in diameter. Earthenware.

Pattern 6/3446 dinner plate front

Pattern 6/3446 dinner plate marks

Photos © Andrea Hall 2020

 

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Pattern 6/3703

The dinner plate is 254mm in diameter. Bone china.

Pattern 6/3703 dinner plate front

Pattern 6/3703 dinner plate back

Pattern 6/3703 dinner plate pattern number

Photos © Angela Grant 2017

 

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Pattern L/1471

The soup tureen is 267mm tall and 343mm wide. Earthenware.

Pattern L/1471 soup tureen side

Pattern L/1471 soup tureen top

Pattern L/1471 soup tureen base

Pattern L/1471 soup tureen pattern number

Pattern L/1471 soup tureen printed mark

Pattern L/1471 soup tureen impressed marks

Pattern L/1471 soup tureen lid underside

Pattern L/1471 soup tureen lid pattern number

Photos © Margie Myhr 2021

 

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