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Cauldon Native China - 16 items found.

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Creamer or Jug c1930s Maker: Cauldon  Pattern:Native
Creamer or Jug c1930s
Delightful scene on this little jug. Backstamp: Royal Cauldon England Est 1774 Made in England Native. A little wear to the foot and just a touch of discolouration inside otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 0.15 ltr, 9 cm high / 0.25 pint, 3.5 ins high
Our ref: CAUL44241

Jug or Pitcher c1930s Maker: Cauldon  Pattern:Native
Jug or Pitcher c1930s
Royal Cauldon produced their Native pattern in the 1930s. It is the same design as Native made by W Adams of Stoke in the 1820s and it seems that F and R Pratt of Fenton, Staffordshire acquired the printing plates from the Adams factory at some point and re-introduced the pattern as Pratts Native Scenery about 1880 and produced it upto about 1920. Cauldon acquired Pratts in the 1920s and the design became Native again. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsoby known as the Ladies of Llangollen, who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. Blue printed backstamp a crown over Royal Cauldon, England, Est 1774, "Native". Also bears the retails mark "H G Stephenson Ltd Barton Arcade Manchester" A little minor mottling here and there and just a touch of crazing otherwise excellent.
Dimensions: 8.5 cm high, 0.15 ltr / 3.25 ins high, 0.25 pint
Our ref: CAUL30657

Jug or Pitcher c1930s Maker: Cauldon  Pattern:Native
Jug or Pitcher c1930s
Royal Cauldon produced their Native pattern in the 1930s. It is the same design as Native made by W Adams of Stoke in the 1820s and it seems that F and R Pratt of Fenton, Staffordshire acquired the printing plates from the Adams factory at some point and re-introduced the pattern as Pratts Native Scenery about 1880 and produced it upto about 1920. Cauldon acquired Pratts in the 1920s and the design became Native again. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsoby known as the Ladies of Llangollen, who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. This jug has a pretty gadrooned rim and elegant handle. Some fine crazing to the glaze, otherwise excellent condition. Blue printed backstamp a crown over Royal Cauldon, England, Est 1774, "Native"
Dimensions: 0.45 ltr 13 cm high / 0.75 pint 5 ins high
Our ref: CAUL27035

Teapot Stand c1930s Maker: Cauldon  Pattern:Native
Teapot Stand c1930s
Attractive shape with gentle wavy, white gadrooned rim. Floral border surrounds a lovely rural scene. Royal Cauldon produced their Native pattern in the 1930s. It is the same design as Native made by W Adams of Stoke in the 1820s and it seems that F and R Pratt of Fenton, Staffordshire acquired the printing plates from the Adams factory at some point and re-introduced the pattern as Pratts Native Scenery about 1880 and produced it upto about 1920. Cauldon acquired Pratts in the 1920s and the design became Native again. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsoby known as the Ladies of Llangollen, who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. Minor light crazing to the glaze. Blue printed backstamp a crown over Royal Cauldon, England, Est 1774, "Native"
Dimensions: 17.5 cm x 15 cm / 7 ins x 6 ins
Our ref: CAUL27038

Coffee Pot c1930s Maker: Cauldon  Pattern:Native
Coffee Pot c1930s
Gorgeous small coffee pot with white gardrooned rim to pot and cover. Lovely rural scene either side of the pot. This is the same design as Adams and subsequently Pratts who produced it up to about 1920. Cauldon acquired Pratts in the 1920s. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsoby known as the Ladies of Llangollen. Backstamp: Royal Cauldon England Est 1774 Native, plus the retailers backstamp H G Stephenson Ltd Barton Arcade Manchester. There is a little minor wear to the inner rim otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 0.6 ltr, overall height 18 cm / 1 pint, overall height 7 ins
Our ref: CAUL41308

Sugar Bowl c1930s Maker: Cauldon  Pattern:Native
Sugar Bowl c1930s
Gorgeous little sugar bowl with white gardrooned rim to pot and cover. Lovely rural scene either side of the pot. This is the same design as Adams and subsequently Pratts who produced it up to about 1920. Cauldon acquired Pratts in the 1920s. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsoby known as the Ladies of Llangollen. Backstamp: Royal Cauldon England Est 1774 Native, plus the retailers backstamp H G Stephenson Ltd Barton Arcade Manchester. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 10 cm diameter, 6 cm high / 3.75 ins diameter, 2.25 ins high
Our ref: CAUL41306

Platter c1930s Maker: Cauldon  Pattern:Native
Platter c1930s
Gorgeous platter printed in a rich dark soft blue with white gadrooned rim. The scene is believed to depict the Ladies of Llangollen, the Right Honourable Lady Eleanor Butler, daughter of the Marquis of Ormonde and Miss Sarah Ponsonby, daughter of Viscount Duncannon. They are said to have tired of Irish society and wished to set up home together, so in May 1778 they were provided with a small allowance and left Ireland for Llangollen in North Wales. They acquired a cottage there, which they converted and extended in the Gothic taste and named it Plas Newydd - the New Place. It still stands today and is open to the public. Backstamp: Royal Cauldon England Est 1774 Native. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 34 cm x 29 cm / 13.25 ins x 11.5 ins
Our ref: CAUL46334

Bread and Butter Plate c1930s Maker: Cauldon  Pattern:Native
Bread and Butter Plate c1930s
An attractive plate with white gadrooned rim and moulded side handles. Wide floral border surrounds a lovely rural scene. Royal Cauldon produced their Native pattern in the 1930s. It is the same design as Native made by W Adams of Stoke in the 1820s and it seems that F and R Pratt of Fenton, Staffordshire acquired the printing plates from the Adams factory at some point and re-introduced the pattern as Pratts Native Scenery about 1880 and produced it upto about 1920. Cauldon acquired Pratts in the 1920s and the design became Native again. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsoby known as the Ladies of Llangollen, who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. Discrete hairline to the rim of the plate, noticeable really only from the back. Blue printed backstamp a crown over Royal Cauldon, England, Est 1774, "Native"
Dimensions: 25 cm x 23 cm / 9.75 ins x 9 ins
Our ref: CAUL27039

Bread and Butter Plate c1930s Maker: Cauldon  Pattern:Native
Bread and Butter Plate c1930s
An attractive plate with white gadrooned rim and moulded side handles. Wide floral border surrounds a lovely rural scene. Royal Cauldon produced their Native pattern in the 1930s. It is the same design as Native made by W Adams of Stoke in the 1820s and it seems that F and R Pratt of Fenton, Staffordshire acquired the printing plates from the Adams factory at some point and re-introduced the pattern as Pratts Native Scenery about 1880 and produced it upto about 1920. Cauldon acquired Pratts in the 1920s and the design became Native again. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsoby known as the Ladies of Llangollen, who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. In excellent condition. Blue printed backstamp a crown over Royal Cauldon, England, Est 1774, "Native"
Dimensions: 25 cm x 23 cm / 9.75 ins x 9 ins
Our ref: CAUL27040

Dish small c1930s Maker: Cauldon  Pattern:Native
Dish small c1930s
Absolutely delightful little dish. Backstamp: Royal Cauldon England Est 1774 Native. There is some discolouration to the rim and a little wear underneath, but overall very good.
Dimensions: 15 cm x 8 cm & 2.5 cm high / 6 ins x 3.25 ins & 1 ins high
Our ref: CAUL42080

Plate c1910 Maker: Cauldon  Pattern:Native
Plate c1910
A really gorgeous plate with the central scene surrounded by a lovely floral border. Backstamp: Impressed Cauldon. Three tiny glazing blemishes to the face probably from the stilts in the kiln, otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 26 cm / 10.25 ins
Our ref: CAUL42844

Soup Plate c1931 Maker: Cauldon  Pattern:Native
Soup Plate c1931
Gorgeous soup plate printed in a rich dark soft blue with white gadrooned rim. The scene is believed to depict the Ladies of Llangollen, the Right Honourable Lady Eleanor Butler, daughter of the Marquis of Ormonde and Miss Sarah Ponsonby, daughter of Viscount Duncannon. They are said to have tired of Irish society and wished to set up home together, so in May 1778 they were provided with a small allowance and left Ireland for Llangollen in North Wales. They acquired a cottage there, which they converted and extended in the Gothic taste and named it Plas Newydd - the New Place. It still stands today and is open to the public. Backstamp: Royal Cauldon England Est 1774 Native and impressed date for 1931. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 24 cm / 9.5 ins
Our ref: CAUL49897

Soup Plate c1930s Maker: Cauldon  Pattern:Native
Soup Plate c1930s
Lovely large rimmed soup plate with gadrooned rim. Backstamp: Royal Cauldon England Est 1774 Native H G Stephenson Ltd Barton Arcade Manchester. The latter being the retailer. Crazed otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 27.5 cm / 10.75 ins
Our ref: CAUL51061

Soup Plates Set of Four c1930s Maker: Cauldon  Pattern:Native
Soup Plates Set of Four c1930s
Gorgeous set of four soup plates printed in a rich dark soft blue with white gadrooned rim. The scene is believed to depict the Ladies of Llangollen, the Right Honourable Lady Eleanor Butler, daughter of the Marquis of Ormonde and Miss Sarah Ponsonby, daughter of Viscount Duncannon. They are said to have tired of Irish society and wished to set up home together, so in May 1778 they were provided with a small allowance and left Ireland for Llangollen in North Wales. They acquired a cottage there, which they converted and extended in the Gothic taste and named it Plas Newydd - the New Place. It still stands today and is open to the public. Backstamp: Royal Cauldon England Est 1774 Native. Light all over crazing otherwise and a little minor wear to the outer rim, overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 24 cm / 9.5 ins
Our ref: CAUL42118

Ginger Jar c1930 Maker: Cauldon  Pattern:Native
Ginger Jar c1930
Cauldon acquired F and R Pratt of Fenton, Staffordshire in the early 1920s and continued production of Pratt's Native Scenery under its original name of Native. Pratt's produced Native Scenery from about 1880 to 1920 and it is the same design as Native made by W Adams of Stoke in the 1820s and it seems likely that Pratts acquired the printing plates from the Adams factory at some point and re-introduced the pattern. The scene is believed to depict Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby known as The Ladies of Llangollen who lived together in north Wales from 1790 to 1831. This jar is really heavily potted and probably had a tied cloth cover originally, as it has a string tie rim and Fortnum & Mason, London is printed on the bottom. Presumably it held something tasty and good in the past. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 10 cm high / 4 ins high
Our ref: CAUL31529

Vase c1930s Maker: Cauldon  Pattern:Native
Vase c1930s
Delightful little hexagonal vase. Backstamp: Royal Cauldon England Est 1774 Native. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 13.5 cm high / 5.25 ins high
Our ref: CAUL48992


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