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Spode Unidentified Pattern colour China - 14 items found.

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Jug or Pitcher c1840 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Jug or Pitcher c1840
New Fayence from the Copeland and Garrett period. This is an absolutely gorgeous jug. Beautifully elegant, it has a beautifully moulded body and stands on a round foot. The fabulous handle is decorated with several small spurs. There are a few minor signs of age, but overall this is in superb condition. Black printed backstamp: Copeland & Garrett Late Spode New Fayence.
Dimensions: 22 cm high, 0.3 ltr / 8.5 ins high, 0.5 pint
Our ref: SPODE32234

Jug or Pitcher Mask c1930s Maker: Spode  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Jug or Pitcher Mask c1930s
This is a fabulous octagonal jug with Spode's famous mask spout and the colour is hand applied enamel. This wonderful jug has light all over crazing and there is a little wear to the colour but overall is in superb condition. Printed Copeland Spode seal mark with pattern number 8036 in script.
Dimensions: 24 cm high, 2.85 ltr / 9.5 ins high, 4.75 pint
Our ref: SPODE35695

Meat Dish or Platter c1890 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Meat Dish or Platter c1890
Attractive dish in Spodes Chelsea shape with ochre rim. Backstamp: Copeland, impressed Copeland, date for January 1890, registration mark for 15th November 1879 and in script pattern 2 2500. Surface scratching with some wear to the rim.
Dimensions: 43 cm x 33 cm / 17 ins x 13 ins
Our ref: 19CN50945

Charger c1875 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Charger c1875
With gilt rim. This is a most unusual charger with holly and mistletoe around the rim with the text A Happy Christmas To You. Backstamp: Impressed Copeland Crown and date for 1875. A little minor wear to the gilt otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 37.5 cm / 14.75 ins
Our ref: 19CN49944

Bowl c1900 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Bowl c1900
This is a fruit bowl in every sense of the word! Delicate blue printed background under the glaze with the bold fruit pattern of apples, pears grapes, cherries, blackberries, gooseberries and possibly others applied by hand both inside and outside the bowl. Superb condition and an absolutely gorgeous bowl.
Dimensions: 21.5 cm diameter, 9 cm high / 8.5 ins diameter, 3.5 ins high
Our ref: SPODE29531

Bowl oval c1900 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Bowl oval c1900
This is a lovely boat shape bowl, beautifully patterned both inside and out. Blue printed under the glaze with hand applied colour to the flowers and "butterfly!". Light crazing otherwise absolutely lovely condition. Blue printed backstamp Copeland (curved) Late SPODE ENGLAND
Dimensions: 26 cm x 17.5 cm & 9 cm high / 10.25 ins x 7 ins & 3.5 ins high
Our ref: SPODE31068

Sauce Tureen c1887 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Sauce Tureen c1887
Bone China. A most decorative tureen in Spode's fluted Chelsea shape. Rich tones of teracotta, browns and deep cobalt blue all highlighted with gilt. A little minor staining inside the tureen and cover and just a touch of wear to the gilt otherwise excellent condition. Pattern No 15505
Dimensions: Tureen 17.5 cm x 11.5 cm / Tureen 7 ins x 4.5 ins
Our ref: SPODE29895

Coffee Cup and Saucer c1891 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Coffee Cup and Saucer c1891
Bone china with gilt. Backstamp: Copelands China Rd No 159276 England, impressed date for 1891 and printed mark for Burley & Co Chicago ILL.
Dimensions: Cup 5.5 cm diameter, 5 cm high, saucer 10 cm / Cup 2.25 ins diameter, 2 ins high, saucer 4 ins
Our ref: SPODE46547

Plate c1880 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Plate c1880
This plate is an enigma. It has pretty hand painted floral decoration and on the back an impressed Copeland and 40, which tells us it was made at the Copeland Spode works between 1847 and 1958! Our thought is that the plate was made in the white by Copeland, but may have been decorated elsewhere? Or it may be a Copeland trial piece, which is why it has no pattern number or printed backstamp? An attractive plate with an intriguing history. Provenance: The George Worlock Collection. A little wear and a few lines of crazing to the glaze, mainly on the back, otherwise excellent condition.
Dimensions: 24 cm / 9.5 ins
Our ref: SPODE47902

Drainer Goldsmiths c1863 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Drainer Goldsmiths c1863
An unusual drainer with a border of convolvulus surrounding the central Coat of Arms of the Goldsmiths' Company. Backstamp: Copeland and in script D3338, and impressed crown. There is a little damage and some discolouration around some of the holes and a some wear and discolouration around the side and on the back. All pretty minor as this is a very pretty and unusual drainer.
Dimensions: 25 cm x 18 cm / 9.75 ins x 7 ins
Our ref: 19CN44625

Miniature Cup and Saucer c1930s Maker: Spode  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Miniature Cup and Saucer c1930s
Bone china with gilt. A fabulous very small cup and saucer in a pretty floral pattern. Backstamp: Spode Copeland's China England. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: Cup 4 cm diameter, 2.5 cm deep, saucer 5.5 cm / Cup 1.5 ins diameter, 1 ins deep, saucer 2.25 ins
Our ref: SPODE57056

Vase c1900 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Vase c1900
A very pretty vase, blue printed under the glaze with hand applied enamel colour. Attractive beaded decoration to the foot rim, just above the curved foot and around the top rim. Light crazing with just a little light staining inside. The foot rim is just a little nibbled, but does not detract at all from this pretty piece and overall not bad for a vase over 100 years old! Blue printed backstamp: Copeland Late Spode England
Dimensions: 15 cm high / 6 ins high
Our ref: SPODE28051

Vase c1920s Maker: Spode  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Vase c1920s
Octgonal vase blue printed under the glaze with hand applied colour to the daisies and butterflies. Fine crazing to the glaze with just a hint of associated discolouration inside and under the base, otherwise excellent. The pattern number 2/8212 is in script and this was introduced in 1926. Blue printed Copeland Spode England seal backstamp.
Dimensions: 19.5 cm high / 7.75 ins high
Our ref: SPODE29787

Toilet Box c1859 Maker: Spode  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Toilet Box c1859
With gilt. A very pretty pattern on this box which is sadly lacking a cover. Backstamp: Copeland and in script 1016. Light all over crazing, with wear to the gilt, a little wear to the inner rim and minor discolouration inside.
Dimensions: 21.5 cm x 9 cm / 8.5 ins x 3.5 ins
Our ref: SPODE47106


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