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.
727 item(s) found:
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Three matching Spode pot pouri vases, All with classical embossed figures on green ground, and gilt highlights. Including dual handled lidded bowl (marked Spode 2063 to base), and pair graduated lidded vases. All with reticulated lids. Height 19 cm (lidded
Spode hand painted tea bowl and saucer, with inner blossom decoration, with cobalt blue and gilded external decoration. Hand painted Spode mark to base of saucer, together with Worlock collection label.) Height 5.5 cm and Diameter 9 cm (both measurements o
Pair Spode handpainted bone china floral plates, both similarly decorated with white blossoms, with embossed dolphin rims, one with handpainted Spode mark, both with design # 1875. Diameter 24 cm (each).
Two various Spode armorial plates, including one with motto 'Fortiter Defendit Triumphans' (as inspected: rim chip). Impressed mark to base. Label verso indicates plate originates from Sir A. Cambert's collection and was from Newcastle Mansion
Seven various Spode chinoiserie pattern plates, Including pale blue and white tea plate, impressed and printed marks and 'AGC' label to base, 4 with printed marks to bases. including one with Pulver collection label, one with 'AGC' label, a
Two various Spode creamware shaped serving dishes, Including iron red painted border, painted mark AGC 1311 and design # 1554 to base, and painted brown border, impressed mark to base. Length 27 cm (each). (A.G.C. is for A. Gresham Copeland, most items wit
Spode blue and white oval basket weave oval plate., Embossed basket weave pattern, pierced rim, impressed mark to base, together with hand painted design #AGC 1314. Length 24 cm. (A.G.C. is for A. Gresham Copeland, most items with this identification were
Four various Spode and later dinner plates, including floral pattern, printed mark and design #2148 to base, floral pattern, printed mark and design #3205 to base, fruit and floral pattern on green ground, Copeland & Garrett mark and Worlock collection
Two various Spode handpainted floral plates, including plate titled verso 'Blush Triconema- Ruscus leav'd Liparia', with handpainted Spode mark to base, and one other with red floral decoration, impressed and printed marks to base. (As inspecte
Four various Spode blue and white dishes, Including floral decorated, impressed mark to base, Castle pattern, impressed mark and AGC label to base, floral patter, printed mark to base, and Willow pattern, impressed mark to base. (All plates, as inspected).
Two various Spode chinoiserie soup plates, one with printed mark and David Drakard label to base, the other 'Temple' pattern with 'AGC 284' label to base. Diameter 24.5 cm (each). (A.G.C. is for A. Gresham Copeland, most items with this ide
Spode floral decorated dish, Hand painted floral decoration to bowl, central figure of an Indian soldier. Gilt decorated handle. Hand painted mark to base 'M. Lochner 1815' to base. (As inspected: restored base). Length 20 cm
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