Wed, 18th Mar 2020 10:00

The Spring Auction

  Lot 280

Caughley teabowl and saucer

A Caughley teabowl and saucer
circa 1792-99
painted in polychrome with a version of the 'Target' pattern, with a central motif, surrounding wreath and border of purple dashes interspersed with roses in wave form, with gilt border, unmarked,
teabowl 4.5cm high, saucer 12.2cm diameter

Provenance: Ex. Wychwood Collection.

Note: Versions of this pattern have been found on both Chinese wares and New Hall (pattern 338). The large number of surviving pieces in this pattern suggest that it may have been initally decorated at Chamberlains then continued at Caughley.

Sold for £40

Condition report

Manufacturing fault near foot rim of teabowl. Rubbing to the gilded rims and interior of the teabowl. No damages or repairs.


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