The Cauldon Works in Staffordshire, England, went through numerous name changes starting in the mid-1800's. Brown, Westhead, Moore & Company operated from 1862-1904 and about 1890 this firm started using "Cauldon" or "Cauldon Ware" as part of their mark.
This fabulous flow blue serving bowl, circa 1891, is decorated with a beautiful off-center motif consisting of a basket of flowers, fruit and bees. The remaining wide border is adorned with geometric designs, scrolls, flowers, greenery and gold enhanced rim. The bowl measures 10 1/4" across and 1 1/2" in depth. It is impressed "Cauldon", "15" and "RgdNo 183249"; marked in gold "H5974" pattern number and several blue insignia markings. There are no cracks, chips or repairs; near mint.
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