Caughley Blue and White Mask-Spout Pitcher Printed Flowers


Caughley made this blue and white pitcher in England, in the mid 18th century, circa 1765. Around the time that this pitcher was made English porcelain makers discovered the technique for printing on porcelain. Caughley made several exquisite blue and white porcelain pieces with flower prints that were clean and sharp. The pitcher is crisply molded with overlapping cabbage leaves. The spout is molded with the traditional mask face of a bearded man.

Dimensions: 7.75″ tall

Condition: Excellent

Ref: Geoffrey Godden in his book on Caughley and Worcester porcelains calls this print a “rare design.”

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