An early 19th century Ridgway porcelain tea and coffee set circa 1820
Richly decorated with colbalt blue ground, floral designs and gilding. Comprising 44 pieces:
Tea pot, cover and stand. Milk jug. Sugar bowl and cover. Slop bowl. 2 Bread and butter plates. 12 tea cups. 12 saucers. 11 coffee cups.
- Pattern no: 2/1062
and 12 plates , Spode mark d.1885
Ridgeway porcelain (1808-1904) In 1808 brothers John & William Ridgway joined their father Job’s factory at Caulden Place in Staffordshire when the production of bone china was added to that of earthenwares. The early Ridgway porcelain was in Spode style with quality and colourful designs in ‘London’ shaped teawares.