Set of Eight Dollar Pattern Coffee Cans Made in England, circa 1820


Perfect for a double espresso! The colors are fabulous on this set of eight coffee cans decorated in the exquisite “Dollar” pattern. Spode made this set in England circa 1820. The decoration shows hand-painted panels with brilliant red, orange, and gold on clean white ground. Around the panels is a deep cobalt blue ground decorated with golden vines and flowers. This rich blue ground is a beautiful complement to the bright red in the white panels. The pattern is known as the “Dollar” pattern because the red decoration in the panels forms a design that resembles a dollar sign (see image #2).

Dimensions: 2.75″ tall x 2.75″ diameter

Condition: The condition is excellent; one handle has some gilt touched in.

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Background of Spode

Josiah Spode began the company in 1776. His son Josiah Spode II took over the company in 1779. In partnership with William Copeland, Josiah II continued the business for the next thirty years. Under their management, the company grew to be the largest pottery in Stoke, England, and a pre-eminent manufacturer of fine English ceramics. In 1806 Josiah Spode II was appointed “Potter to the Prince of Wales” when the Prince Regent visited the factory.

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