Caughley Porcelain Works
1775 - 1799
Soft paste porcelain
30 mm (Height) x 230 mm (Width) x 173 mm (Depth)
Place of origin
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Benthall Hall, Shropshire (Accredited Museum)
Oval dish with flattened rim with wavy edge, raised on foot ring. Printed in underglaze blue with the 'Weir' pattern, geometric scroll and diaper border around outer rim. Made circa 1775 - 1799, by Caughley Porcelain Works.
Made in Shropshire circa 1775 - 1799. Owned by Sir Arthur Paul Benthall (1902 – 1992). Accepted in lieu of tax by H.M. Government in March 1993 following the death of Sir Arthur Paul Benthall in 1992 and allocated to The National Trust for display at Benthall Hall.
Makers and roles
Caughley Porcelain Works, maker