The main part of the body of this jug is molded with overlapping cabbage leaves and the top rim has a band of molded dots and leaves. The spout is molded with the face of a bearded man. The printed flower bouquets are clean and sharp. The handle also has a blue design similar to a lambrequin border. Geoffrey Godden in his book on Caughley and Worcester porcelains calls this print a “rare design.” The jug is seven and three-quarters inches tall and in superb condition, crisply molded with no wear to the decoration, no chips and no cracks.


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ITEM ID
C366
TYPE
Pottery
COLOR
Blue
PURPOSE
Pitchers, Ewers
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Laureate Antiques

Caughley Mask-Spout Pitcher with Flower Prints in Blue c.1765.

$650

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