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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.

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Copeland Majolica jardiniere in the Renaissance style, with two handles & Bacchus face panels, stamped to the base. Length 42 cm

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

A collection of late Victorian children's blue and white porcelain tea set items, probably Spode, circa 1890

A pair of Spode Herculaneum pattern circular blue and white plates, 24 cm diameter, a and a pair of square bowls 18 cm square, circa 1820

Spode 'Royal Jasmine' part dinner service, comprising of 12 dinner plates, 12 side plates, 12 entree, 12 soup bowls, 2 tureens, 1 gravy boat, 1 serving dish, plus another tureen

Large early 19th century Spode blue & white tureen, with lion finial, 25 cm high approx.

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

Spode, Copeland's China dinner set for eight, Spring Pattern, approx 49 pieces

A pair of antique Copeland Spode blue and white cabinet plates with scalloped gilt edge, 24 cm diameter

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 finely painted and gilded English porcelain plate, probably Spode, 19th century

A Copeland & Garrett Botanical plate, 19th century. 23.5 cm diameter

Spode teacup & saucer and another pair (3) circa 1820

1820s Spode 'Imari' lidded chocolate cup together with saucer.

Late Victorian Copeland footed bowl. Hand painted blossom decoration to interior. Gilded metal leaf form foot. Cabbage leaf moulded exterior. Rd. No. 248670. C.1895. Height 6 cm diameter 11 cm

Late Spode tea service Adelaide shape, with raised gilt decoration and sprigs of flowers.

Three early Copeland vases of pink ground with flowers and gilding, a pair and one larger in size

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

Blue & white Spode dinner set, for 6, comprising 6 dinner, entree & soup plates, 6 dessert, 6 trios, 6coffee cups & saucers, sugar bowl & 6 matching napkins

Spode dish hand painted 1833-1847? approx 14 cm diameter

Pair of Spode Summer Palace plates, approx 20 cm dia (2)

A Victorian Copeland and Son jeweled pastel coloured vase factory mark to base. 24 cm high

A Victorian Copeland porcelain bust of Lesbia, impressed Crystal Palace Art Union, Lesbia, W.C. Marshell, R.A. Sculpt. 28 cm high

A Spode porcelain spill vase, circa 1820 encrusted with floral and foliate sprays with band of applied flowers to circular spread foot, gilded rim, 10.5 cm high

Pair Spode Italian candle sticks. Height 33 cm (each)

A 55 piece Spode 'Landscape' pattern dinner service, including ashettes, soup tureen, lidded entree dishes, sauce tureen, various size plates and bowls, etc