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From around 1775 to 1799, at Caughley near Broseley in Shropshire, Ambrose Gallimore and Thomas Turner produced some of the finest soft-paste porcelain made in England in the 18th century.

Many shapes and patterns were produced, in the main useful wares: tea services, dinner services, and everyday objects that would be used in the households of the then-emerging middle classes.

The porcelain was decorated largely in underglaze blue, although enamel colours and gilding were also used. Today, Caughley porcelain is highly collectable and much sought after.    

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