Set of Eleven Large Creamware Soup Dishes Made by Spode England Circa 1820


This elegant set of eleven large creamware soup dishes from Spode, circa 1820, is a beautiful example of English neoclassical style. The acanthus leaf border, painted with bright enamels with each leaf divided down the middle, painted half green and half black, adds a touch of charm to the design. Each dish measures an impressive 9.75″ in diameter and 1.5″ deep, making them perfect for serving delicious soups and stews. The excellent condition of these dishes adds to their allure. Dimensions: 9.75″ in diameter x 1.5″ deep Condition: Excellent Price: $1,230

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Background of Spode Pottery: Spode is a renowned and respected name in ceramics. Founded by Josiah Spode in 1776, the company has a long and rich history, with his son Josiah Spode II taking over the company in 1779 and running it with William Copeland. As a result, the company became the largest pottery in Stoke, England, and a leading manufacturer of English ceramics. Josiah Spode II was appointed “Potter to the Prince of Wales” in 1806, further solidifying the company’s reputation for quality and excellence.


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