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 Spode monochrome bat printed covered chocolate cup and saucer, circa 1805, pattern number 557, the tapering conical cup with dual scrolled handles and a low domed lid with gilt knop, decorated to the cup with a scene of an abbey, the saucer decorated wit
A Spode monochrome painted cup and saucer, circa 1827-30, a bell shaped cup with an ear form handle decorated in black and white with a scene of Levens hall, Westmoreland, and a similarly decorated saucer with a scene of Rochels Essex, seat of the Earl of
A Spode covered dish, circa 1,800, pattern 284, an oval lobed dish with a domed cover of conforming design, having a vegetal finial, decorated to the body and lid in 'Church Gresley' pattern with lemon lozenges, pink roses, with apple green, red an
A one hundred and forty seven piece Spode 'Fleur de Lys' - gold dinner service for sixteen people with accessories 1962-2005, production period, comprising: dinner, entree, side plates, soup bowls and soup coupes with saucers, cups and associated saucers,
An antique 'Bamboo and Rock' Spode bowl, circa 1810, pattern 1653, the tapering bowl decorated inside and out with floral designs in green and gold in the oriental manner upon a white ground; with iron red pattern number and mark of period undersid
Three plates Spode, Copeland& Garrett late Spode and Mason's , circa 1,800, 1840 (Spode, and Copeland &Garrett); 1930s, pattern C 4869 (Mason's), a Spode red cracked ice style plate with flowers and a red and green honeysuckle border; a han
A trio of Spode Imari plates, circa 1810, pattern 3995, in a soft green, pink and iron red palette with a patterned and floral border, centred with an oriental still life arrangement of pots and vases upon stands with auspicious flora and fruits peaches, h
T Goode & Co Spode Copeland china teapot painted with flowers & gilt highlights, having a woven cane handle. Stamped to the base & under the lid. Condition good, age related paint wear, minor hairlines under the lid. Length 18 cm
A pair Copeland cabinet cups and saucers, mid to late 19th century, decorated with extensive gilding and hand painted, scenes depicting Oriental and musical theme subjects, one cup with 'Copeland' blue mark
A Spode slop pail, 1904, the large pail with a moulded spiral design, sprigged with pink rose and bud transfers throughout, of typical form with applied porcelain knob handles and a removable basin with a central aperture; stamp marks underside and impress
A fine Spode Sucrier, circa 1805-10, pattern 1643, the oval boat shaped sucrier with elegant loop handles and a domed lid with an oval knop, decorated with gold bands and repeat foliate borders, the principal frieze with puce and emerald flowers, the lid o
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