COPELAND SPODE ANTIQUE BLUE AND WHITE PEARLWARE BOWL

COPELAND-LATE SPODE STAFFORDSHIRE ENGLISH BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE ON PEARLWARE MEDIUM ANTIQUE FLANGED OR RIMMED SOUP BOWL WITH BOTANICAL FLOWERS 9 1/4" DIAMETER, CIRCA 1833-1847



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This Charming Transfer Ware (Pearlware Medium) Flanged Bowl was produced by Copeland-Spode, Spode Works, Staffordshire, England approximately1833- 1847. It measures 9 1/4" Diameter.

NOTE:

COMMENT: This is a beautiful Pearlware Bowl that is great to add to ones Pearlware Collection.

In today's market place, these early original Spode pearlware bowls & plates (circa 1800-1840) are fetching the equivalent of $500.00 Canadian upwards per piece.

CONDITION:

BRIEF HISTORY OF COPELAND-SPODE For over 200 years, ever since Josiah Spode I first perfected the process of blue underglaze printing, Spode's original blue and white designs have become some of the most collectible and sought after items in the history of ceramics.

It was in 1784, that Josiah Spode I perfected the process of blue underglaze printing on earthenware from hand-engraved copper plates.

Initially, the patterns were reproductions of the Chinese porcelain designs, firmly establishing the popularity of blue and white themes, but others soon followed, including the earliest blue florals. Three original patterns from the period 1790 to 1820 - Blue Italian, Tower Blue and Willow - are still produced at Spode today. 

Even now, over 200 years later, Spode blue is still produced in the same way, by hand. 

Now, using traditional techniques and designs from a wealth of authentic engravings and molds carefully preserved in the Spode archives, the same original blue and white designs first produced in the eighteenth century are being produced today, in addition to the Spode blue dinnerware patterns which have been in continuous production since the early 1800's.

SPODE FACTORY FAMILY TREE Spode Works began in Stoke with Josiah Spode I, circa 1770;Josiah Spode II, London, circa 1778 & later in 1822 with William Copeland known as Spode & Copeland. The Factory continues at Stoke

The name Spode continues under the ownership as follows:

Copeland & Garrett 1833-1847,

W. T. Copeland 1847-1867,

W. T. Copeland & Sons 1867-1932,

W.T. Copeland & Sons Ltd 1932-1970


ITEM NUMBER: PFTP001036
PRICE: $95.00

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