Godden collection of Caughley porcelain
- Art Funded
- Art Fund grant
- £35,000 (Total: £60,000; Tax remission)
- Dr GA Godden
The Caughley Porcelain Manufactory in Shropshire was particularly well-known for its blue and white porcelain but also produced polychrome wares of which there are many examples in the Godden collection. It produced an extraordinary range of utilitarian and decorative items including Asparagus Servers (main illustration), Egg Drainers and Teabowls. Caughley Porcelain reflects the social history and domestic life of the later part of the 18th century.
Various in 1950s and 1960s including Stanley Fisher of Bewdley, Messrs Amor, Simon Sfero, Arthur Filkins, Carle Vandeman.
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