A pretty meat plate in the Victoria pattern from the Staffordshire based Cauldon Potteries, using the Royal Cauldon mark. Our plate's mark dates it to the 1950s and you might see a striking resemblance to the popular Floradora pattern by Booths.
The name Cauldon Limited was first used in 1905 (formerly Brown-Westhead, Moore and Co from 1862-1904),a t the pottery in Hanley, Staffordshire. named after the street it resided in, "Cauldon Place'. In 1920, the company moved to Stoke on Trent and was renamed Cauldon Potteries. It closed in 1962.
13 inches | 330mm long
10.5 inches | 265mm wide
The floral design is hand-painted on transfer on a cream ground, Richly gilded rim with some rubbing. Some faint knife marks.
This plate could be used equally well to serve meats, vegetables, sandwiches or cakes.
In excellent vintage condition.
A beautiful piece.
Backstamps include Pattern name 'Victoria' and Gilder's mark.
Similarly patterned Booths 'Floradora' items are listed separately.
All our items are pre-owned and vintage and may therefore show signs of use and age and will not be dishwasher proof.