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Caughley Urn, England, c.1795.

Made by Caughley (pronounced cahflee) porcelain of Shropshire, England. Caughley began as a producer of creamwares but was purchased in 1775 by Thomas Turner, who had just left the Worcester Porcelain Company upon its sale to new owners. The wealthy Turner built new works, and began making fine quality porcelain wares. These were produced until 1799, when the company ceased production, and Turner sold the remnants to Copeland. Caughley is a whiter paste than Worcester, and its blanks were highly sought after, even by Worcester. This vase is very similar to the styles produced by Worcester in its "First Period". The birds and flowers are hand painted, and of exceptional quality.

8" tall x 5-3/4" diameter.

$575.00

Caughley Urn, England, c.1795.

Made by Caughley (pronounced cahflee) porcelain of Shropshire, England. Caughley began as a producer of creamwares but was purchased in 1775 by Thomas Turner, who had just left the Worcester Porcelain Company upon its sale to new owners. The wealthy Turner built new works, and began making fine quality porcelain wares. These were produced until 1799, when the company ceased production, and Turner sold the remnants to Copeland. Caughley is a whiter paste than Worcester, and its blanks were highly sought after, even by Worcester. This vase is very similar to the styles produced by Worcester in its "First Period". The birds and flowers are hand painted, and of exceptional quality.

8" tall x 5-3/4" diameter.

$575.00

Caughley Urn, England, c.1795.

Made by Caughley (pronounced cahflee) porcelain of Shropshire, England. Caughley began as a producer of creamwares but was purchased in 1775 by Thomas Turner, who had just left the Worcester Porcelain Company upon its sale to new owners. The wealthy Turner built new works, and began making fine quality porcelain wares. These were produced until 1799, when the company ceased production, and Turner sold the remnants to Copeland. Caughley is a whiter paste than Worcester, and its blanks were highly sought after, even by Worcester. This vase is very similar to the styles produced by Worcester in its "First Period". The birds and flowers are hand painted, and of exceptional quality.

8" tall x 5-3/4" diameter.

$575.00

Caughley Urn, England, c.1795.

Made by Caughley (pronounced cahflee) porcelain of Shropshire, England. Caughley began as a producer of creamwares but was purchased in 1775 by Thomas Turner, who had just left the Worcester Porcelain Company upon its sale to new owners. The wealthy Turner built new works, and began making fine quality porcelain wares. These were produced until 1799, when the company ceased production, and Turner sold the remnants to Copeland. Caughley is a whiter paste than Worcester, and its blanks were highly sought after, even by Worcester. This vase is very similar to the styles produced by Worcester in its "First Period". The birds and flowers are hand painted, and of exceptional quality.

8" tall x 5-3/4" diameter.

$575.00