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Spode Louis Quatorze China - 3 items found.

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Butter Dish c1895 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Louis Quatorze
Butter Dish c1895
With gilt. The border is part of the Louis Quatorze design and on the side are the arms for Christ's Hospital School. Copeland made tableware for the School from the 1840s through to the 1930s. The border design was registered 2 December 1844 under number 22919 and with a centre under number 22920. It was used with a number of different centres, most notably with the Continental Views Series. The original use for this small sturdy bowl was as a butter dish, as breakfast at the School was bread and butter! Hence the need for many butter dishes and you can imagine it being filled and scraped flat with a knife across the broad rims. It may also have been used as an open salt, although its shape is not suited to that purpose, as salts usually have a convex rim that projects in, to help retain the salt when it is being spooned. The exact dimensions: diameter overall is 93mm and inner diameter 77mm, so the rim is 8mm. The height is 41mm and weight 220gms. Backstamp: W T Copeland & Sons Stoke on Trent England. The gilt is quite worn, there is a little pitting to the rim and underneath a little discolouration.
Dimensions: 9.5 cm diameter, 7 cm deep / 3.75 ins diameter, 2.75 ins deep
Our ref: SPODE49583

Plate c1900 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Louis Quatorze
Plate c1900
With gilt. An intricate and attractive border surrounds the central arms, which are for Christ's Hospital School. Copeland made this tableware for the School from the 1840s through to the 1930s and it was in use until the early 1960s. The border design was registered 2 December 1844 under number 22919 and with a centre under number 22920. It was used with a number of different centres, most notably with the Continental Views Series. Backstamp: W T Copeland & Sons Stoke on Trent England and impressed Copeland and date codes for 1899 and 1904. The occasional minor manufacturing blemish and on the back a little blue smudging otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 23 cm / 9 ins
Our ref: SPODE49580

Plate c1902 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Louis Quatorze
Plate c1902
With gilt. An intricate and attractive border surrounds the central arms, which are for Christ's Hospital School. Copeland made this tableware for the School from the 1840s through to the 1930s and it was in use until the early 1960s. The border design was registered 2 December 1844 under number 22919 and with a centre under number 22920. It was used with a number of different centres, most notably with the Continental Views Series. Backstamp: W T Copeland & Sons Stoke on Trent England and impressed Copeland and date code for October 1902. A little very minor blue spotting otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 23 cm / 9 ins
Our ref: SPODE49581


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