Rare and fine Caughley porcelain eyebath.


A very rare and fine Caughley porcelain eyebath, c. 1790. The boat-shaped bowl and baluster stem moulded with scrolls, the oval foot finely reeded. Printed in blue with flowers beneath a cell diaper border.
You will not find a finer example of a Caughley eyebath in such immaculate condition.

Literature: Another similar example is illustrated by Geoffrey Godden, Caughley and Worcester Porcelain (1969), pl 121, alongside two matching wasters from the factory site.

Medium: Porcelain

Height:  5 cm, 1.97"
Width:  4 cm, 1.57"
Depth:  3 cm, 1.18"

Condition: Exceptionally fine condition. No damage. No restoration.

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