England, c1785-90, 'Pleasure Boat' Pattern
Marked 'S' (Salopian)




Transfer printed, each with good definition,
in the Pleasure Boat pattern (Caughley version of the Worcester 'Fisherman'),
depicting a tall fisherman holding a short fish on a 'pleasure boat', opposing a cormorant
and within a cell diapered and spearhead border;
the cup with another fisherman seated in a rocky pagoda riverscape, the line taught,
the interior with diapered border,
the saucer with underglaze blue S verso, for SALOPIAN, the old name for Shropshire


Ref :
Simon Spero, Simpson Collection of Eighteenth Century English Blue & White Miniature Porcelain, pp. 42-45


Condition : Excellent; a minute glazed over depression to the cup rim, in the making


Cup : 1.5" High / Saucer : 2.75" Wide






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Also See : 



First Period Worcester Mug Natural Sprays, c1770
Caughley Miniature (Toy) Coffee Cup & Saucer,  Pleasure Boat, c1785-90 (this page)
Scarce Lowestoft Miniature (Toy) Teabowl & Saucer Island Pattern, c1762-65
Scarce Lowestoft Miniature (Toy) Teabowl & Saucer Island Pattern, c1762-65
Good Early Worcester Molded Teabowl & Saucer Fisherman & Willow, c1755-60 (exhibited)




Caughley Porcelain Miniature Part Tea Service, England, c1780





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Caughley Miniature (Toy) Cup & Saucer; Pleasure Boat, England, c1785