Not a Royal Cauldon Plate


Not a Royal Cauldon Plate

The back stamp reads Royal Cauldon England Est. 1774 “Victoria

This is truly odd – because Royal Cauldon Victoria Pattern looks nothing like this plate at all!!

What is going on?

There seems to be a second back stamp that has been superimposed on the first – it shows a shield with a willow tree on it and the words Willow China Stoke on Trent.

The design of this plate – we think the plant is Japonica – seems to have been hand-painted.

Small bits of the paint are missing – visible in our photo.

Otherwise it is an interesting and striking piece and it offers the opportunity to do some detective work.

About 6.75 inches in diameter.

Glaze a bit crazed.



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