Spode was first produced at the Stoke-on-Trent factory established by Josiah Spode (1733 - 1797) in 1770. Josiah Spode Junior made the first type of English bone china. Spode ware was distinctive for its Willow pattern and for its floral and Japanese design tableware.
A group of four blue and white Transferwares, three gravy boats and a creamer, 19th to 20th century, two items by Spode, two unmarked, the gravy boats of typical form, including a Spode Italian boat and another of similar design but unmarked; a willow patt
An extensive Spode Colonel-blue and white dinner set comprising of twelve dinner and side plates, twenty-four entree plates, eleven bread and butter plates,ten cups,eleven saucers, thirteen demitasse, two lidded vegetable dishes, and a serving bowl, lidded
Copeland T. Goode & Co cherub jardiniere depicting three cherubs carrying acorn palms & supporting an open pot, stamped 'T. Goode & Co London Copeland China England'. Condition good, wear to the base, slight crazing. Height 23 cm
Spode Regency Imari pattern part tea & coffee set consisting of two cup sets of London shape, and a dessert plate in the Imari palette, pattern number 1494, with a compartmented border & well, & with a crane in central medallion. Condition good, minor age
A set of six Copeland & Sons 'Alden' luncheon plates, 1920-1957 period, pattern 2280, the cream coloured plates with scalloped rims and deep daisy decorated moulded borders, each centred with differing transfer designs of fruits and flowers; signature of J
Copeland parian bust of Princess Alexandra modelled quarter-length, wearing low bodice and sash, impressed 'Alexandra', on waisted socle & signed 'Art Union of London, Mary Thornycroft.sc'. Condition good to fair - hairline to left breast. Height 40 cm
Copeland parian bust of Clytie after the antique 1855 original, the maiden depicted bust length issuing from foliage, on a concave sided circular base signed 'C. Delpech. Redt' & 'Art Union of London 1863'. Condition good to fair, some hairline cracks & so
A rare scenic black mark Spode dish, 1805-1810, originally from a dessert service the oval dish with a central medallion of Kirkstall Abbey, Yorkshire, enclosed within a gilded cobalt ground and having a pierced scallop shell form handle; backstamp undersi
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