Spode & Copeland

Spode & Copeland

Over Two Hundred Years of Fine China and Porcelain

Book - 2005
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Over 440 vivid color images display the wide range of ceramics produced by the English pottery firm, established by Josiah Spode in the 1760s and continuing today. From historic blue and white transfer printed wares of the early 1800s to popular dinnerware patterns of the 1900s, this book includes sprig decorated wares, delicate bone china table and tea sets, graceful figurines, and sturdy stoneware candlesticks and loving cups. The famous and much coveted patterns represented include Willow, Rosebud Chintz, Patricia, and Tower. Organized by periods of production, the fascinating text provides a history of the Spode firm through the centuries and its various name changes. Included are techniques for dating Spode ceramics, maker's marks, a bibliography, and index. Values are found in the captions. This book is a must for everyone who appreciates fine English ceramics.
Publisher: Atglen, PA : Schiffer, c2005
ISBN: 0764321730 (hardcover)
Branch Call Number: 738.094207 SMI
Characteristics: 192 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm
Alternative Title: Spoode and Copeland


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