A lovely and rare example of Early Caughley Salopian porcelainserving dish decorated with underglaze blue and gilt flowers. This lovely piece measures 3" deep 13" L X 9.75 W. The dish has an impressed Salopian mark. This dish is in mint antique condition considering its age, light gilt wear on the rim and a couple of rough areas/small scabs on the rim.
(Refer to the last photo). Porcelain was first made by Thomas Turner at Caughley in Shropshire in 1775. Production of the soap stone porcelain continued to c. The dishe would have been made c.
It is unusual to find a piece of Caughley with an impressed mark. Both the SALOPIAN and the similar Salopian marks are considered uncommon by Godden in his book Caughley and Worcester.
The item "Early Caughley Salopian Cobalt Blue & Gold Flowers Serving Dish c1775 1790" is in sale since Saturday, November 9, 2019. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\Art Pottery\Staffordshire". The seller is "alexandrasgallerycollection" and is located in Arlington, Virginia.
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