Historical Staffordshire porcelain plate, circa 1890s. An extremely rare to find this Historical Staffordshire Blue and White / Vienna pattern plate. It is dated to 1890s, made by T. This is a beautiful piece of Historical Staffordshire porcelain. This rare Flow Blue Flowers / Vienna pattern has hand decorated transfer of blue flowers, and.
Marked on bottom with'Royal Coat of Arms','B. & Co -VIENNA CAULDON ENGL. And a dent in china, stamps:'CAULDON','47','EW'.
Authentically determined by catalogs, from the period of 1890s. All these marks are under the glaze.
Some rubbing and light scratches on the surface. As expected due to use and age. No cracks, chips, repair or restoration. Rare porcelain plate Pattern from Cauldon factory. The item offered is guaranteed authentic.All pictures are actual, you will receive what you see. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE WAIT FOR THE INVOICE. A firm for the manufacture of pottery was established by Job Ridgway in 1774.
He built a factory at Cauldon Place at Hanley in Staffordshire in 1802. Job's two sons John and William joined the firm in 1808 which then became known as Ridgway and Sons, then J & W Ridgway when Job died and later John Ridgway & Co. Bone china of excellent quality was introduced in 1821. John Ridgway became Potter to Queen Victoria.
The firm became John Ridgway Bates & Co. From 1856 to 1858, then Bates, Brown-Westhead & Moore from 1859 to 1861, and finally Brown-Westhead, Moore and Co. For the next 42 years from 1862 to 1904. The initials for these various firms formed the backstamps for those times.
The crown in the backstamp was introduced in 1891. The firm became Cauldon Ltd. In 1905 and the name again changed to Cauldon Potteries Ltd. The previous appointment to Queen Victoria allowed the firm to be known as Royal Cauldon and this was used in the backstamp from 1930. The firm was divided in 1962.
The porcelain side was continued by E. Now Coalport in turn part of the Wedgwood group. Was acquired by Pountney & Co.Of Bristol but this business failed in 1977. Pourtneys considered that they could trace their origins to 1652 so that pieces marked Royal Cauldon, Est 1652 or that contained Bristol in the backstamp were made between. The name Cauldon Potteries Ltd. Was re-established by the Perkes Ceramic Group of the Kingston & Ferrybridge Potteries in Yorkshire in 1985. Rare Antique Flow Blue Vienna pattern, Collectables. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Cookware, Dinnerware & Serveware\Plates". The seller is "ginafogel" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.