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A Dr Wall trio with coffee can tea bowl and saucer together with a Caughley waste bowl

A Dr Wall blue and white bowl with floral decoration together with a Caughley cream jug

Pair of Caughley dessert plates, circa 1775, decorated in the fisherman pattern with underglaze blue S (Salopian mark) together with a coffee cup. The plates, W. 26.5 cm

18th century Caughley slop bowl, blue sprigs pattern. Diameter 10 cm

Two Caughley coffee cups, one with transfer print bridge pattern and the other with transfer print

A rare Caughley plate with a basket moulded border and painted with the Carnation pattern and further sprays and insects around the cavetto. Blue line to rim. S mark, circa 1780. Diameter 20 cm

A Caughley asparagus server printed with the 'Fisherman' pattern. Unmarked, circa 1780. Length 6.9 cm

A Caughley Chinoiserie porcelain bowl late 18th century decorated with the temple pattern in underglaze blue, S mark to base 19 cm diameter

A collection of English porcelain by Lowestoft and Caughley, comprising three bowls and two saucers and a miniature coffee can

Caughley 'The Fisherman and the Cormorant' tea strainer circa late 18th century. Length 9.5 cm

A 19th century English porcelain trio of tea bowl, coffee can and saucer. Hand painted and gilded decoration. Unmarked possibly Caughley.

An 18th century English teacup and saucer willow pattern with gilded border, possibly Caughley. Small rim chip

Caughley fluted tea bowl & saucer with blue printed temple pattern, circa 1780s.

An 18th century porcelain plate, probably Caughley, the serpentine rim decorated with a trellis and square fret pattern, the well decorated with a Chinese pagoda and temple pattern, unmarked, small chip to back. Diameter 21.5 cm

An early 19th century Caughley tea caddy, the ovoid body with underglaze blue Chinese 'The Conversation' pattern, cylindrical neck, no cover, spreading circular foot, underglaze blue mark to base to simulate or resemble an oriental mark. Height 13.3 cm

A Caughley plate, circa 1785, circular with an ogee edge, the dished centre with moulded cavetto, blue-painted with floral sprays and a line to the edge, leafy tendrils to the underside, Salopian 'S' mark underside. Diameter 23 cm

A Caughley porcelain mask jug, circa 1780, the cabbage-leaf moulded body printed in blue with the 'Gillyflower', pattern of a moth and scattered sprays, open crescent mark, 15 cm high. Provenance: McIlwraith Collection

A Caughley porcelain tea bowl and saucer, circa 1785, printed in the 'Bell Toy' pattern of figures flanked by vases of flowers, crescent mark

A Caughley blue and gilt part tea and coffee service, last quarter 18th century, comprising a covered sugar bowl and stand, five tea bowls, eight coffee cups, and eight saucers, all spiral-fluted and with stylized foliate blue and gilt borders, the centres

A Caughley Salopian Ware miniature teabowl and saucer, Island pattern, circa 1780. Diameter 7 cm

Two Caughley Salopian Ware miniature coffee cans, Island pattern, circa 1780. Faults. Height 3.5 cm

A Caughley sparrow beak jug, with transfer fisherman pattern. Minor faults. Height 9.5 cm. Width 7.5 cm. Diameter 6 cm

A Caughley sauce jug, with hand painted blue and white fisherman pattern. Minor faults. Height 4.8 cm. Width 11 cm. Diameter 5.5 cm

A Caughley Salopian Ware blue and white cream jug, of baluster form with moulded gilt handle, circa 1780. Height 10 cm.

A Caughley blue and white cream jug, with vertical moulded decoration and pavilion pattern, circa 1780. Height 15 cm.

A Caughley blue and white moulded mask jug, circa 1780-1790, printed with the fisherman pattern on a leaf moulded ground, S mark. Height 22 cm

Caughley cup, tea bowl and saucer with blue flowers

Antique Caughley pine cone pattern large twin handled tray, open crescent mark

Caughley dishes leaf shaped dishes with moulded decoration on reverse

A Caughley miniature tankard, scalloped rim, underglaze blue 'Fisherman' pattern. Height 6.8 cm

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