The Caughley Society publishes four high quality, professionally produced newsletters a year, sent free to all members. Typically comprising 36 pages in A5 format and full colour, they contain articles written by members and other experts on all matters relating to Caughley.
Increasingly quoted as authoritative sources of information on Caughley porcelain, they are a valuable resource for information and reference. They are also used to update information in the pattern book, "Caughley Blue & White Patterns".
The latest newsletter, published in November 2021, contains articles about an unusual monogrammed teapot; the identification of Caughley; the Red Spot Flowers pattern; possibly the finest example of a hand-painted Caughley tea service; the origin of the Carnation pattern; the poplars in the Birds in Branches pattern; the newly-refurbished John Brierley Gallery at the Coalport China Museum; and details of items recently sold at auction, a regular feature in the newsletter.
To see a full index for all newsletters published, please click on the 'NEWSLETTER INDEX' button on the left of this page.
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