CAUGHLEY BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN ‘FISHERMAN’ PATTERN TOY AND MINIATURE TOY TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, 1780-90.Est. $300-$500
Sold: $2,040 ($1,700)
Each painted with two pavilions on a grassy island beneath a moon, and comprising a teapot and cover, letter “S” mark in underglaze-blue; a coffeepot and cover, four teabowls and saucers, a taller teabowl; and a tiny jug and two cups. Height of coffeepot and cover 3 ½ inches. (14)
Literature: Identical forms are illustrated in Geoffrey A. Godden, “Caughley and Worcester Porcelains 1775-1800,” p. 268, pl. 194.