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Spode New Bridge China - 16 items found.

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Basket c1815 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Bridge
Basket c1815
A gorgeous pierced basket with lovely chinoiserie scene inside to the base. No backstamp. There are or two very minor stress cracks otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 18 cm x 14 cm & 5.5 cm high / 7 ins x 5.5 ins & 2.25 ins high
Our ref: 19CN43011

Soup Tureen Stand c1830 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Bridge
Soup Tureen Stand c1830
This is an absolutely gorgeous piece. Made originally for a soup tureen to stand on but makes a great serving or display piece on its own. No backstamp but we have attributed this to Spode Minor surface scratching otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 31 cm diameter / 12.25 ins diameter
Our ref: 19CN43405

Plate c1810 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Bridge
Plate c1810
With gilt. Lovely early plate with indented rim. Backstamp: Spode. There is some wear to the gilt, some surface scratching and on the back some minor discolouration around the foot rim. Sounds much worse it looks!
Dimensions: 25 cm / 9.75 ins
Our ref: 19CN53229

Side or Cheese Plate c1815 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Bridge
Side or Cheese Plate c1815
The Bridge design was copied from the Chinese and introduced about 1808. This is the slightly later Bridge II version of the design. Much later in 1884 it was re-engraved and called New Bridge or Queen Charlotte pattern. There are signs of wear to this plate, the glaze is finely crazed and a couple of minor hairlines to the rim. The print is also slightly flown. Overall good condition. No maker's backstamp, but attributed to Spode. Provenance: The personal collection of Gresham Copeland, passing by descent to his son Robert Copeland. Collection identification label on back AGC 183 and 15 March 1938.
Dimensions: 21 cm / 8.25 ins
Our ref: 19CN28030

Drainer c1805 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Bridge
Drainer c1805
An absolutely fabulous drainer in this lovely chinoiserie pattern. No backstamp. On the back there is a very small chip to the inner rim otherwise in superb condition.
Dimensions: 38 cm x 28 cm / 15 ins x 11 ins
Our ref: 19CN43134

Pickle Dish c1815 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Bridge
Pickle Dish c1815
Delightful little diamond shape dish, which is one of four that would have sat on a large diamond dish. No backstamp. Crazed with some light discolouration and some wear to the rim.
Dimensions: 12.5 cm x 10 cm & 2 cm deep / 5 ins x 4 ins & 0.75 ins deep
Our ref: 19CN47188

Jug or Pitcher c1910 Maker: Spode  Pattern:New Bridge
Jug or Pitcher c1910
Stone China with gilt Backstamp: Green printed seal, with Spode Copeland England Manufacturers Stoke on Trent and in red script 1 3822. A little wear to the gilt otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 0.6 ltr, 11.5 cm high / 1 pint, 4.5 ins high
Our ref: SPODE48136

Meat Dish or Platter c1911 Maker: Spode  Pattern:New Bridge
Meat Dish or Platter c1911
New Bridge or Queen Charlotte pattern, here pattern number 1/3822. The original Bridge pattern was derived from a Chinese original and introduced about 1808. Much later in 1884 the pattern was re-engraved and renamed New Bridge. This platter is printed in a deep blue with gilt rim. Backstamp: green printed C seal backstamp, with Spode Copeland England and Manufacturers Stoke on Trent a relatively rare backstamp. Also blue printed "Queen Charlotte Pattern on Spode Stone Body. Purchased by Her Majesty at the Works on July 3rd 1817." According to Robert Copeland The Times reported a visit to Spode's London showroom on that day and that Her Majesty ordered some of the "newly invented china, called stone china, by Mr Spode...", but no evidence has been found to identify the pattern or that the china was indeed delivered before she died in 1818. Some wear to the gilt, few signs of use, but overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 24 x 16 cm / 9.5 x 6.5 ins
Our ref: SPODE42097

Dish shallow c1926 Maker: Spode  Pattern:New Bridge
Dish shallow c1926
New Bridge or Queen Charlotte pattern. Stone china with gilt. A really lovely shallow dish with wavy rim. Backstamp: Copeland Spode England New Stone seal mark, Queen Charlotte T Goode & Co Ltd London, in script 1 3822 and some impressed date for 1926. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 25 cm diameter, 3 cm deep / 9.75 ins diameter, 1.25 ins deep
Our ref: SPODE55171

Dish oval c1893 Maker: Spode  Pattern:New Bridge
Dish oval c1893
With gilt. A fabulous oval dish with moulded detail to the rim. Backstamp: Spode Copeland England Manufacturer Stoke on Trent,mark Burley & Co Chicago Made in England and impressed date for 1893. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 25.5 cm x 19 cm & 4.5 cm high / 10 ins x 7.5 ins & 1.75 ins high
Our ref: 19CN44600

Mug c1885 Maker: Spode  Pattern:New Bridge
Mug c1885
New Bridge or Queen Charlotte pattern. Pattern 1/3822 on stone china,with gilt rim decoration. Not marked but definitely Spode. In superb condition.
Dimensions: 9 cm high, 9 cm diameter / 3.5 ins high, 3.5 ins diameter
Our ref: 19CN27321

Plate c1932 Maker: Spode  Pattern:New Bridge
Plate c1932
New Bridge or Queen Charlotte pattern, here pattern number Y2832. The original Bridge pattern was derived from a Chinese original and introduced about 1808. Much later in 1884 the pattern was re-engraved and renamed New Bridge. Here printed in a deep blue with gilt rim. Backstamp: Impressed Copeland. Green printed seal backstamp, with Copeland Spode England and New Stone. Also blue printed "Queen Charlotte Pattern on Spode Stone Body. Purchased by Her Majesty at the Works on July 3rd 1817." According to Robert Copeland The Times reported a visit to Spode's London showroom on that day and that Her Majesty ordered some of the "newly invented china, called stone china, by Mr Spode...", but no evidence has been found to identify the pattern or that the china was indeed delivered before she died in 1818. Pattern number Y2832 in red script and impressed date code for 1932. Some wear to the gilt, few signs of use, but overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 16.5 cm / 6.5 ins
Our ref: SPODE42085

Side or Cheese Plate c1928 Maker: Spode  Pattern:New Bridge
Side or Cheese Plate c1928
New Bridge or Queen Charlotte pattern, here pattern number Y2832. The original Bridge pattern was derived from a Chinese original and introduced about 1808. Much later in 1884 the pattern was re-engraved and renamed New Bridge. Here printed in a deep blue with gilt rim. Backstamp: Impressed Copeland. Green printed seal backstamp, with Copeland Spode England and New Stone. Also blue printed "Queen Charlotte Pattern on Spode Stone Body. Purchased by Her Majesty at the Works on July 3rd 1817." According to Robert Copeland The Times reported a visit to Spode's London showroom on that day and that Her Majesty ordered some of the "newly invented china, called stone china, by Mr Spode...", but no evidence has been found to identify the pattern or that the china was indeed delivered before she died in 1818. Pattern number Y2832 in red script and impressed date code for 1928. Some wear to the gilt, few signs of use, but overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 18 cm / 7 ins
Our ref: SPODE42084

Crescent Side Dish c1930 Maker: Spode  Pattern:New Bridge
Crescent Side Dish c1930
New Bridge or Queen Charlotte pattern, here pattern number 1/3822 with gilt. Backstamp: Green printed seal backstamp, with Copeland Spode England and New Stone. Also blue printed "Queen Charlotte Pattern on Spode Stone Body. Purchased by Her Majesty at the Works on July 3rd 1817." According to Robert Copeland The Times reported a visit to Spode's London showroom on that day and that Her Majesty ordered some of the "newly invented china, called stone china, by Mr Spode...", but no evidence has been found to identify the pattern or that the china was indeed delivered before she died in 1818. Pattern number Y2832 in red script and impressed date code for 1932. There is a small manufacturing blemish between the temple and tree otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 23 cm x 13.5 cm / 9 ins x 5.25 ins
Our ref: SPODE42110

Crescent Side Dish c1905 Maker: Spode  Pattern:New Bridge
Crescent Side Dish c1905
Stone china with gilt. Fabulous dish printed in a rich blue. Backstamp: Green printed Copeland Spode England seal mark with Manufactures Stoke on Trent either side. In red Manufactured for Harrod's Limited Brompton Road London and in script 3822. Very small minor chip under the rim and a touch of wear to the gilt otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 21 cm x 10.5 cm / 8.25 ins x 4 ins
Our ref: SPODE41353

Fruit or Dessert Saucers c1895 Maker: Spode  Pattern:New Bridge
Fruit or Dessert Saucers c1895
New Bridge or Queen Charlotte pattern. Pattern 1/3822, stone china, octagon shape with pretty embossed borders and strong gilt rims. Printed marks for Copeland Spode and Burley Co., importers Chicago. A few signs of use, otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 17.5 cm d 2.5 cm deep / 7 ins d 1 ins deep
Our ref: 19CN18382


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