Racing cachepot

  • Can be used to present as a winner’s prize!
  • Designed to depict racing silk colours including hat and whip
  • Can be personalised with reference to the trainer or owner
  • Handmade and handcrafted by one of our skilled china makers
  • Hand-painted metallic details
  • Gift wrapped in an english made presentation box


  • Name of registered owner of silks or description *

  • Text for front ( optional ) *

  • Text for back ( optional ) *

  • Message for the base ( optional ) *

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Our racing cachepot is an impressive piece of china is worthy of being presented as a winner’s prize for any horse race or to keep as a memento of a racing win.

The cachepot is decorated with the tunic on one side and the cap and whip on the reverse.

Details of the owner, trainer, jockey, or race and a personalised message may be added to the base.

The china is finished with hand-painted metallic gold.

We use Weatherbys standard colours when reproducing the silks on china. If known, please supply the silks colours when ordering but if not please supply us with the name and we will contact Weatherbys on your behalf.

All our china is handmade and handcrafted by one of our skilled china makers in the Longton district of Stoke-on-Trent.

The china is gift wrapped in an English made presentation box.

Susan Rose China is proud to support British manufacturing at its finest.


Dishwasher not safe if edged in silver or gold
Microwave not safe if edged in silver or gold


Height: 16.5cm
Diameter: 18cm
Weight: 1700g


Please allow 2 weeks for delivery after artwork approval

Free Postage by Royal Mail 48hr Tracked for orders over £40

Additional information
Weight 1.7 kg
Dimensions 16.5 cm


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