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Spode Frog colour China - 23 items found.

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Meat Dish or Platter c1820s Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Meat Dish or Platter c1820s
With gilt. Fabulous small platter with indented ochre rim. Blue printed with hand applied colour and gilt decoration, on stone china. This pattern was specially commissioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. Backstamp: Spode Seal Mark, Stone China and in script 3248. A little very minor wear to the ochre rim and the occasional minor manufacturing blemish, overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 26 x 18 cm / 10.25 x 7 ins
Our ref: SPODE30417

Meat Dish or Platter c1821 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Meat Dish or Platter c1821
With gilt. Fabulous platter with indented ochre rim. Blue printed with hand applied colour and gilt decoration, on stone china. This pattern was specially commissioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. Backstamp: Spode Seal Mark, Stone China and in script 3248. A little minor surface scratching otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 32 cm x 23 cm / 12.5 ins x 9 ins
Our ref: SPODE30419

Meat Dish or Platter c1821 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Meat Dish or Platter c1821
With gilt. Fabulous platter with indented ochre rim. Blue printed with hand applied colour and gilt decoration, on stone china. This pattern was specially commissioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. Backstamp: Spode Seal Mark, Stone China. There is a little minor wear to the ochre rim and a little surface scratching otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 37 x 27.5 cm / 14.5 x 10.75 ins
Our ref: SPODE30422

Meat Dish or Platter c1820s Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Meat Dish or Platter c1820s
Stunning early Spode Stone China in Frog design, here in variant pattern number 3248. Blue printed pattern and hand enamelled in deep reds and blues, with copious gilt decoration and terracota rim. This pattern was specially commisioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821.Blue printed backstamp seal mark with Spode and Stone China and pattern number 3248 in red script.Pieces in this Spode pattern are rare and the association with the most ostentatious Coronation Banquet of all time has established for the few survivors a unique position in both regal and ceramic history. We are not claiming that the Earl of Denbeigh personally served George IV from this dish, but who knows? Some surface scratching and wear to the outer rim, but overall in excellent condition.
Dimensions: 37 x 28 cm / 14.5 x 11 ins
Our ref: SPODE30421

Meat Dish or Platter c1820 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Meat Dish or Platter c1820
With gilt. Fabulous platter with indented ochre rim. Blue printed with hand applied colour and gilt decoration, on stone china. This pattern was specially commissioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. Backstamp: Spode Seal Mark, Stone China and in script 3248. There is a little minor wear to the ochre rim and a little surface scratching otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 43 cm x 33 cm / 17 ins x 13 ins
Our ref: 19CN50484

Meat Dish or Platter c1821 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Meat Dish or Platter c1821
Stunning early Spode Stone China in Frog design, here in variant pattern number 3248. Blue printed pattern and hand enamelled in deep reds and blues, with copious gilt decoration and terracota rim. This pattern was specially commisioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. Blue printed backstamp seal mark with Spode and Stone China and virtually obliterated pattern number 3248 in script. A little wear here and there and a chip behind the rim at 2 o'clock, which just shows through, with a hairline running down from it for 3.75 ins, also a short firing crack on back, which does not show through. Otherwise in excellent condition. Pieces in this Spode pattern are rare and the association with the most ostentatious Coronation Banquet of all time has established for the few survivors a unique position in both regal and ceramic history. We are not claiming that the Earl of Denbeigh personally served George IV from this dish, but who knows?
Dimensions: 48 x 37 cm / 19 x 14.5 ins
Our ref: SPODE30424

Meat Dish or Platter c1821 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Meat Dish or Platter c1821
Stunning early Spode Stone China in Frog design, here in variant pattern number 3248. Blue printed pattern and hand enamelled in deep reds and blues, with copious gilt decoration and terracota rim. This pattern was specially commisioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. Blue printed backstamp seal mark with Spode and Stone China and pattern number 3248 in script. Some wear here and there, but in good condition. Pieces in this Spode pattern are rare and the association with the most ostentatious Coronation Banquet of all time has established for the few survivors a unique position in both regal and ceramic history. We are not claiming that the Earl of Denbeigh personally served George IV from this dish, but who knows?
Dimensions: 54 x 41.5 cm / 21 x 16.25 ins
Our ref: SPODE30425

Meat Dish or Platter with Tree and Well c1850 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Meat Dish or Platter with Tree and Well c1850
Stunning and massive are two words that spring to mind to describe this huge tree and well meat dish or platter of Spode Stone China in Frog design, here in variant pattern number 3248. Blue printed pattern and hand enamelled in deep reds and blues, with copious gilt decoration and terracotta rim. This pattern was specially commissioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. Backstamp: Copeland late Spode, which suggests that this was made as a matching piece for an earlier service, plus pattern number 3248 in red script. A few signs of wear, but in superb condition.
Dimensions: 61 x 46 cm / 24 x 18.25 ins
Our ref: SPODE30426

Vegetable Dish with Cover c1820s Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Vegetable Dish with Cover c1820s
Stunning early Spode Stone China in Frog design, here in variant pattern number 3248. Blue printed pattern and hand enamelled in deep reds and blues, with copious gilt decoration and terracota rim. This pattern was specially commisioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. Blue printed backstamp seal mark with Spode and Stone China and pattern number 3248 in red script. Pieces in this Spode pattern are rare and the association with the most ostentatious Coronation Banquet of all time has established for the few survivors a unique position in both regal and ceramic history. We are not claiming that the Earl of Denbeigh personally served George IV from this dish, but who knows? This fabulous dish has a little surface scratching inside to the base and some wear to the rim but overall in superb condition.
Dimensions: Base 24 cm across / Base 9.25 ins across
Our ref: SPODE40496

Vegetable Dish Base c1820s Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Vegetable Dish Base c1820s
Stunning early Spode Stone China in Frog design, here in variant pattern number 3248. Blue printed pattern and hand enamelled in deep reds and blues, with copious gilt decoration and terracota rim. This pattern was specially commisioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. Blue printed backstamp seal mark with Spode and Stone China. Pieces in this Spode pattern are rare and the association with the most ostentatious Coronation Banquet of all time has established for the few survivors a unique position in both regal and ceramic history. A little surface scratching inside to the base and wear to the outer rim otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 23.5 cm across / 9.25 ins across
Our ref: SPODE40497

Dessert Dish c1820 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Dessert Dish c1820
Bone china with ochre rim. This pattern was specially commisioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. An absolutely gorgeous dish printed in a rich cobalt blue and terracotta with gilt highlights and moulded side handles. Backstamp: Spode and in script 3248.
Dimensions: 28 cm x 19.5 cm & 5 cm high / 11 ins x 7.75 ins & 2 ins high
Our ref: 19CN43583

Dessert Dish c1820s Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Dessert Dish c1820s
Bone china with ochre rim. This pattern was specially commisioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. An absolutely gorgeous dish printed in a rich cobalt blue and terracotta with gilt highlights and moulded side handle. Backstamp: Spode and in script 3248. A little minor wear to the ochre otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 24 cm x 21 cm & 4.5 cm / 9.5 ins x 8.25 ins & 1.75 ins
Our ref: 19CN43592

Bowl c1820 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Bowl c1820
With gilt. Fabulous deep square bowl with indented corners and ochre rim beautifully patterned both inside and outside. Blue printed with hand applied colour and gilt decoration, on stone china. This pattern was specially commissioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. Backstamp: Spode Seal Mark, Stone China and in script 3248. There is a little minor wear to the ochre rim and the occasional minor blemish, overall excellent condition and a stunning bowl.
Dimensions: 23.5 cm across, 11 cm deep / 9.25 ins across, 4.25 ins deep
Our ref: 19CN50483

Dessert Comport c1820s Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Dessert Comport c1820s
Bone china with ochre rim. This pattern was specially commisioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. An absolutely gorgeous comport printed in rich cobalt blue and terracotta with gilt highlights and moulded stem. Beautifully decorated. No backstamp.
Dimensions: 23.5 cm diameter, 12 cm high / 9.25 ins diameter, 4.75 ins high
Our ref: 19CN43585

Dessert Comport c1820s Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Dessert Comport c1820s
Bone china with ochre rim. This pattern was specially commissioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. An absolutely gorgeous tall comport printed in rich cobalt blue and terracotta with gilt highlights and moulded stem. Beautifully decorated. No backstamp.
Dimensions: 26.5 cm diameter, 16 cm high / 10.5 ins diameter, 6.25 ins high
Our ref: 19CN43584

Sauce Tureen Stand c1820s Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Sauce Tureen Stand c1820s
Stunning early Spode Stone China in Frog design, here in variant pattern number 3248. Blue printed pattern and hand enamelled in deep reds and blues, with copious gilt decoration and terracota rim. This pattern was specially commisioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. Blue printed backstamp seal mark with Spode and Stone China and pattern number 3248 in red script. Pieces in this Spode pattern are rare and the association with the most ostentatious Coronation Banquet of all time has established for the few survivors a unique position in both regal and ceramic history. This stand is such a lovely shape. It has a little surface scratching and some wear to the rim but overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 21 cm x 15.5 cm / 8.25 ins x 6 ins
Our ref: SPODE40494

Sauce Tureen c1820s Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Sauce Tureen c1820s
Stunning early Spode Stone China in Frog design, here in variant pattern number 3248. Blue printed pattern and hand enamelled in deep reds and blues, with copious gilt decoration and terracota rim. This pattern was specially commisioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. Blue printed backstamp seal mark with Spode and Stone China and pattern number 3248 in red script. Pieces in this Spode pattern are rare and the association with the most ostentatious Coronation Banquet of all time has established for the few survivors a unique position in both regal and ceramic history. We are not claiming that the Earl of Denbeigh personally served George IV from this tureen, but who knows? This tureen is sadly lacking a cover and ladle but stands very well on its own. The lovely shaped stand has a little surface scratching and some wear to the rim. The tureen has a little wear to the rim and to the side handles but overall both pieces in excellent condition.
Dimensions: Tureen 15 cm x 9.5 cm / Tureen 5.75 ins x 3.75 ins
Our ref: SPODE40495

Dessert Tureen c1820 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Dessert Tureen c1820
Bone china with ochre rim. This pattern was specially commisioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. An absolutely gorgeous small tureen printed in a rich cobalt blue and terracotta with gilt highlights and fabulous gilt butterfly side handles and central finial to the cover. Backstamp: Spode and in script 3248. The stand has a little minor wear to the ochre rim otherwise excellent condition. The cover has two chips to the rim and a little minor wear to the ochre. As the cover sits in a recess the chips are not evident when it is in situ'. The tureen has a repair to the rim by one of the side handles otherwise is in superb condition.
Dimensions: Tureen 14.5 cm diameter / Tureen 5.75 ins diameter
Our ref: 19CN43587

Soup Tureen Stand c1825 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Soup Tureen Stand c1825
Stunning early Spode Stone China blue printed pattern and hand enamelled in deep reds and blues, with copious gilt decoration and terracota rim. This pattern was specially commissioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. Backstamp: Impressed Spodes New Stone and in script 3248. There is a little surface scratching and wear to the rim and on the back a little minor brown mottling, overall excellent condition and a fabulous piece.
Dimensions: 42 cm x 30.5 cm / 16.5 ins x 12 ins
Our ref: 19CN48975

Dessert Plate c1820s Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Dessert Plate c1820s
Bone china with ochre rim. This pattern was specially commisioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. These plates are from the dessert service. An absolutely gorgeous pattern printed in a rich cobalt blue and terracotta with gilt highlights and ochre rim. Backstamp: Spode and in script 3248. A few minor blemishes, a little minor wear to the ochre rim and a tiny nick under the rim.
Dimensions: 21 cm / 8.25 ins
Our ref: 19CN43586

Plate c1820s Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Plate c1820s
With gilt. Fabulous plate with indented ochre rim. Blue printed with hand applied colour and gilt decoration, on stone china. This pattern was specially commissioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. Backstamp: Spode Seal Mark, Stone China and in script 3248. Some minor signs of wear, overall good condition.
Dimensions: 25 cm / 9.75 ins
Our ref: SPODE24569

Plate c1820s Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Plate c1820s
Stunning early Spode Stone China in Frog design, here in variant pattern number 3248. Blue printed pattern and hand enamelled in deep reds and blues, with copious gilt decoration and terracota rim. This pattern was specially commisioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. Blue printed backstamp seal mark with Spode and Stone China. Pieces in this Spode pattern are rare and the association with the most ostentatious Coronation Banquet of all time has established for the few survivors a unique position in both regal and ceramic history. A little minor surface scratching and touch of wear to the rim but overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 20.5 cm / 8.25 ins
Our ref: SPODE40493

Soup Plate c1820s Maker: Spode  Pattern:Frog colour
Soup Plate c1820s
With gilt. Fabulous rimmed soup plate with indented ochre rim. Blue printed with hand applied colour and gilt decoration, on stone china. This pattern was specially commissioned from Spode by King George IV and was first used at his Coronation Banquet on 19 July 1821. Backstamp: Spode Seal Mark, Stone China and some with 3248 in script. The occasional minor blemish and a little wear overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 24 cm / 9.5 ins
Our ref: SPODE24570


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