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Caughley and Coalport porcelain in the collection of Clive House, Shrewsbury

Clive House Museum.

Caughley and Coalport porcelain in the collection of Clive House, Shrewsbury

a catalogue

by Clive House Museum.

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Published by Remploy in London .
Written in

    Places:
  • England,
  • Shrewsbury
    • Subjects:
    • Clive House Museum.,
    • Caughley porcelain -- Catalogs.,
    • Coalport porcelain -- Catalogs.,
    • Porcelain -- England -- Shrewsbury -- Catalogs.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes indexes.

      Statementprepared by Michael Messenger.
      GenreCatalogs.
      ContributionsMessenger, Michael
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNK4399.C3 C56 1976
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[7], 383 p., plate :
      Number of Pages383
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4595985M
      ISBN 100706606396
      LC Control Number77358511
      OCLC/WorldCa3120553

      Buy Coalport and Coalbrookdale Porcelains New edition by Godden, Geoffrey A. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 7. Food and drink at the Shrewsbury Museum. Sketchbook Sunday-First Sunday of the Month. 02 June - 06 December Sketchbook Sunday-First Sunday of the Month. The Big Draw- celebrating Shrewsbury DarwIN Festival 14 February - 16 February The Big Draw- celebrating Shrewsbury DarwIN Festival

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        A very rare Caughley tea bowl in the 'Trench Mortar' pattern, circa , unmarked, 8cm diameter (hairline) Provenance: Wright Collection no purchased from S. Millington. Literature: This is the only piece of Caughley known to demonstrate this pattern, otherwise better known on hard-paste porcelain from the New Hall factory. Apr 7, - BEAUTIFUL ~ ANTIQUE ~ LOVELY ~. See more ideas about Figurines, Beautiful and John rose pins.


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Caughley and Coalport porcelain in the collection of Clive House, Shrewsbury by Clive House Museum. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Caughley and Coalport porcelain in the collection of Clive House, Shrewsbury: a catalogue. [Michael Messenger; Clive House Museum.]. One such is Caughley, the soft paste porcelain produced in Shropshire from the early s until when the factory was bought by John Rose founder of Coalport.

During its run of just under two decades, Caughley produced largely useful wares in underglaze blue with either printed or painted patterns. History of the factories including the Rose, Horton, Anstice periods are covered full but yet another joy is housed towards the end of the text: a chapter entitled "Coalport-Type porcelain".

These three pages do more to dispel myths and inaccuracies than I could have hoped for and should be in the foreword of every book on english porcelain/5(5). Shropshire Pottery And Porcelain A Brief Guide To The Collection Displayed In Clive House Museum [Messenger, Michael] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Shropshire Pottery And Porcelain A Brief Guide To The Collection Displayed In Clive House Museum. This comprehensive survey and illustrated guide to Coalport porcelains integates the history of the firm over years with discussion of the many wares produced during the period, and examines the close relationship between these two elements.

It thus provides a balance between the different periods. New patterns are illustrated, including a range of later-numbered patterns, as are profiles. Caughley collection makes £56, in Shrewsbury. MORE than pieces of Caughley blue and white porcelain from a Worcestershire collection sold for £56, when it returned to Shropshire for sale at Halls in Shrewsbury.

Caughley and Coalport porcelain in the collection of Clive House, Shrewsbury: a catalogue / prepared by 18th-century English porcelain; a brief guide to the collection in the National Museum of History and Te Chinese porcelain collections in the Near East: Topkapi and Ardebil / T.

Misugi. This Caughley Society website is primarily about the Society rather than being a comprehensive guide to Caughley porcelain, but the following is a very brief history of the latter. From around toat Caughley near Broseley in Shropshire, England, Ambrose Gallimore and Thomas Turner produced some of the finest soft-paste porcelain made.

Welcome to the Caughley Society website - the official site of the society for people interested in Caughley and other 18th century English porcelain, especially blue and white porcelain A BRIEF HISTORY OF CAUGHLEY PORCELAIN PATTERN BOOK "Caughley Blue & White Patterns" MEETINGS PROGRAMME NEWSLETTERS NEWSLETTER INDEX GUIDANCE FOR AUTHORS.

Comprising a Caughley-Coalport bowl printed with the 'Fruit Sprays' pattern, 16cm diam (cracked), a vine leaf pickle dish with a formal painted flower, cm (chipped), an early John Rose reeded teabowl and saucer with a Chinese riverscape print, orange line rims, and an Anstice, Horton and Rose sucrier and cover printed with the Broseley pattern and with gilded borders, cm high, pattern.

THE COLLECTION OF JEAN AND CHARLES BAWDEN A blue and white tea bowl with a tall pagoda pattern, bought with a group of Chinese bowls and saucers, ignited Jean and Charles’ passion for. The Coalport porcelain manufactory, the first porcelain factory in the Ironbridge Gorge, England, was founded by the practical and enterprising John Rose in Financial support was provided by Edward Blakeway ().

John Rose had probably trained at the Caughley porcelain manufactory, less than a mile away on the other side of the Severn, and had been making pottery on his own account.

The History of Coalport Porcelain Works In the end of 18th century Coalport was a small settlement on the banks of river Severn, an area noted for producing ceramics since Roman times.

It was called "Coalport" after the coal that was transferred from canal to river vessels at this junction. Already entered in to the sale are more than lots of Caughley porcelain, which represents the second part of an important collection assembled by Caughley Society president, the Author: Lucy Todman.

SUMMER FINE ART AUCTION Wednesday 17th July Auction starts at am Viewing: Sunday 14th July pm - pm Monday 15th July am - pm Tuesday 16th July am. Caughley continued to make porcelain, much for decoration and finishing at Coalport, until when the two works were bought by John Rose.

He closed Caughley, and by most of the factory had been taken down and the materials taken to Coalport for re-use. Photo: Jan-Erik Nilsson, Artists include. Caughley Porcelain Manufactory; Coalport Porcelain Factory; Provenance.

All items form part of the G A Godden Reference Collection; items with the prefacing reference number GG have been on loan to the museum sinceand those with the prefacing number since pottery-making in the Coalport area possibly dating back to Roman times and, fromporcelain-making at Caughley, before John Rose came on the scene.

John Rose (), a local farmer’s son, reputedly served his apprenticeship at the Caughley porcelain manufactory on the south side of the River Severn.

Buy Caughley and Worcester Porcelains, New edition by Geoffrey A. Godden (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(6). Extensively illustrated in black and white with a section of coloured plates.

Very light wear to book, light overall wear to jacket, tear at head of spine repaired with tape on verso. A large and heavy book. Caughley and Coalport Porcelain in Clive House Museum: A Descriptive Catalogue. by Michael Messenger Shropshire Pottery And Porcelain A Brief Guide To The Collection Displayed In Clive House Museum.

by MESSENGER Michael. Paperback Book .A pair of Important Caughley Porcelain Plates, by F. Duvivier, c A pair of important Caughley porcelain plates c, painted by Fidelle Duvivier in the Chamberlain studio, Worcester, each plate decorated in the centre with landscape/harbor scene, the panels encircled by fine foliate gilding and 'L'Amitie' border, gilded rims.Coalport Porcelain Works John Rose & Co Coalport China Ltd.

Established at Coalport, Shropshire, by John Rose late in the 18th century. Later moved to Stoke-on-Trent (see Coalport) From part of the Wedgwood Group. Early pre porcelains were unmarked and marks were rarely used before