Ridgway Cup & Saucer, Antique Early 19th C English Porcelain

This elegant gadrooned coffee cup and saucer with cobalt blue and hand painted gilding was made by John & William Ridgway, c. 1825.

The cup shape may be found on page 119, plate 713 of "Compendium of British Cups" by Michael Berthoud. It is also shown on page 190 of Godden's "Staffordshire Porcelain".

Berthoud describes the shape as "c.1825...gadroon edged cup...with high loop handle." His cup is pattern 2/1386 in red. This pattern has the hand-painted red pattern number 2/1497.

Condition? Only fair, but it displays nicely. The saucer has no chips, cracks, or repairs, but does have wear to the central decoration. It rings when tapped. The cup shows a fine hairline crack which I have magnified for you in the final photo. There is also evidence (by black-light) of restoration to the handle, which cannot be seen or felt in natural light. There is no wear to the decoration. The cup does not ring when tapped.

Height of the cup at the handle is 3-3/4". The saucer's diameter is 5-3/4".

Item ID: 9710


I guarantee the authenticity of all items I sell, and disclose any damage or restoration. Your satisfaction is guaranteed, or your money back! Paypal accepted. Visa/Mastercard accepted.

Ridgway Cup & Saucer, Antique Early 19th C English Porcelain

Ridgway Cup & Saucer, Antique Early 19th C English Porcelain
Ridgway Cup & Saucer, Antique Early 19th C English Porcelain
Ridgway Cup & Saucer, Antique Early 19th C English Porcelain
Ridgway Cup & Saucer, Antique Early 19th C English Porcelain
Ridgway Cup & Saucer, Antique Early 19th C English Porcelain
Ridgway Cup & Saucer, Antique Early 19th C English Porcelain
Ridgway Cup & Saucer, Antique Early 19th C English Porcelain

This elegant gadrooned coffee cup and saucer with cobalt blue and hand painted gilding was made by John & William Ridgway, c. 1825.

The cup shape may be found on page 119, plate 713 of "Compendium of British Cups" by Michael Berthoud. It is also shown on page 190 of Godden's "Staffordshire Porcelain".

Berthoud describes the shape as "c.1825...gadroon edged cup...with high loop handle." His cup is pattern 2/1386 in red. This pattern has the hand-painted red pattern number 2/1497.

Condition? Only fair, but it displays nicely. The saucer has no chips, cracks, or repairs, but does have wear to the central decoration. It rings when tapped. The cup shows a fine hairline crack which I have magnified for you in the final photo. There is also evidence (by black-light) of restoration to the handle, which cannot be seen or felt in natural light. There is no wear to the decoration. The cup does not ring when tapped.

Height of the cup at the handle is 3-3/4". The saucer's diameter is 5-3/4".

Item ID: 9710


I guarantee the authenticity of all items I sell, and disclose any damage or restoration. Your satisfaction is guaranteed, or your money back! Paypal accepted. Visa/Mastercard accepted.

$95 USD

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