This Staffordshire Pottery was established in 1905 at Cauldon Place, Shelton, Hanley, following on from a distinguished line of potteries at this site including the famous RIDGWAY company. In 1920 it was renamed CAULDON POTTERIES Ltd (although Ltd does appear in some pre-1920 marks), adding ROYAL to its mark, and continuing to produce fine quality china and earthenwares until taken over by the Bristol firm of POUNTNEY in 1962.

We have a small selection of items in stock:


This beautiful floral pattern is quite hard to find.


Side plate
8.25 ins





Small platter
12.75 x 10.25 ins


As above, but with green handpainting as well as yellow and red.



In these colours the design is very reminiscent of Coalport's CANTON pattern



Dessert plate
8.75 ins

This older version has different colouring to the plates above.

The mark reads: CAULDON ENGLAND L291, dating the plate to c1905-20.



There is an internal hairline just inside the inner border of the plate (not very noticeable, but just visible in the detail right).

The hairline is much shorter on the back and can be seen as a faint line in the left of the photo above (back of plate).

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Another attractive floral pattern, handpainted in yellow, green and red on a blue transfer. The body is has a creamy ivory glaze and there is a brown trim. The pattern has the Reg No 692086, dating it to 1922+.


Coffee pot
7.75 ins high

1922 -50







Side plate
7.75 ins





We also have in stock a rare cup and saucer from the pre-ROYAL period (1905-20), in an un-named floral pattern. The Reg No of 344284 signals the even earlier date of 1899, which is possible as marks incorporating the name CAULDON were in use by their predecessors, BROWN-WESTHEAD, MOORE & Co, at the same site 1862-1904.


Cup & saucer
cup: 3.75 ins, 2 ins high
saucer: 5.75 ins


Small hairline on rim
(2 cms), almost invisible






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