Set Dozen Antique Dinner Plates with Pink Roses and Green Leaves C-1837


Looking for a set of antique dinner plates that are not only stunning but also hold a piece of history?
Spode made this set of twelve dinner plates during the Copeland & Garrett era of 1833-1847. The center of each plate features pink roses and green leaves. On the border, we see three panels of equally stunning roses, separated by vibrant fields of cross-hatching in medium brown. The colors of this set combine beautifully! These plates are in excellent condition, ensuring you can use and enjoy them for many years. As a testament to their age and authenticity, the plates are marked with an impressed “Copeland & Garrett Late Spode” and the printed mark “Late Spode Copeland and Garrett New Fayence” on the underside. With each plate measuring 10″ in diameter, this set is perfect for serving dinner to family and friends or for display in a collector’s cabinet.

Dimensions: 10.1″ in diameter x 1″ tall

Condition: Excellent

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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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