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Spode Peacock and Parsley colour China - 5 items found.

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Jug c1930 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Peacock and Parsley colour
Jug c1930
Lovely jug in this quaintly named pattern. Backstamp: Copeland Spode England seal mark and in script S/938 and impressed Copeland. Tiny firing fault inside the spout, otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 0.9 ltr, 13.5 cm high / 1.5 pint, 5.25 ins high
Our ref: SPODE55576

Jug or Pitcher c1890 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Peacock and Parsley colour
Jug or Pitcher c1890
Lovely jug in this quaintly named pattern. Backstamp: Copeland late Spode seal mark Rd No 57564, in script S/938 and impressed Copeland. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 0.45 ltr, 11.5 cm high / 0.75 pint, 4.5 ins high
Our ref: SPODE55577

Jug c1930s Maker: Spode  Pattern:Peacock and Parsley colour
Jug c1930s
Lovely jug in this quaintly named pattern. Backstamp: Copeland Spode England seal mark and in script S/938 and impressed Copeland. Inside a little minor discolouration, otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 1.05 ltr, 15 cm high / 1.75 pint, 6 ins high
Our ref: SPODE55575

Jugs or Pitchers Set of Three c1935. Maker: Spode  Pattern:Peacock and Parsley colour
Jugs or Pitchers Set of Three c1935.
A wonderful set of three jugs, in the quaintly named Peacock and Parsley pattern, which was an original Spode design introduced under pattern number 4079 in 1825. It was reintroduced in the early 1900s and the design registered under number 575764 in 1910 and produced on bone china with pattern number R 4619 from 1912 and on earthenware with pattern number 2 6105 from 1908. This is the 1930s version produced under pattern number S 938 from 1935. The S series of pattern numbers is for underglaze decorated earthenware. Backstamp: Copeland Spode England seal mark and in script S/938 and impressed Copeland. There is a little very minor discolouration inside the largest jug, the middle size has a minor firing fault inside the spout and the smallest is in excellent condition. Overall excellent condition.
Dimensions: 1.05, 0.75, 0.45 ltr, 15 cm, 13.5 cm & 11.5 cm / 1.75, 1.25 & 0.75 pint, 6 ins, 5.25 ins & 4.5 ins
Our ref: SPODE54239

Plate c1913 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Peacock and Parsley colour
Plate c1913
A lovely plate with moulded rim in Spode's Devonia shape. Backstamp: Seal Mark Copeland late Spode Rd No. 575764 and brown printed Devonia Rd NO 493287 Copeland Spode England, impressed Copeland Crown and date for 1913 and in script 6105. Light all over crazing and on the back a little minor discolouration.
Dimensions: 22 cm / 8.75 ins
Our ref: SPODE55164


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