Dating copeland spode
Parian This beautiful ceramic body was first called Statuary Porcelain at the Spode factory.
This beautiful new body was described, in about 1845, by sculptor John Gibson RA (1790-1866) as 'Decidedly the best material next to Marble'.
You can find out about these here: Incense Burners on the I page; and also 'Spode and Incense Burners'.By repute this bowl was also loaned and displayed at the Spode Museum.The glaze is finely crazed, but otherwise in excellent condition, bright and clean.Dimensions: 25 cm / 9.75 ins Our ref: 19CN35262 Buy similar now Maker: Spode Pattern: Aesops Fables Wash Bowl The Fox and the Sick Lion c1921 A small wash bowl decorated with a scene from this popular series.Backstamp: typical blue printed cartouche with The Fox and the Sick Lion and Aesop's Fables and impressed Copeland crown mark. Paper lables The Pulver Collection and number 113 and Pulver Exhibition of Blue Printed Pottery, Church House Farm Museum, September 7th 1974.Beginning of a dialog window, including tabbed navigation to register an account or sign in to an existing account.Both registration and sign in support using Google and Facebook accounts. Dimensions: 32.5 cm diameter 12 cm high / 12.75 ins diameter 4.75 ins high Our ref: SPODE46629 Buy similar now Maker: Spode Pattern: Aesops Fables Wash Bowl The Fox and The Sick Lion c1890 Introduced in 1830s the designs for this series were taken from illustrations used in the 1793 edition of the Reverend Samual Croxall's Fables of Aesops.This is the bowl from the ewer and bowl set, but is a lovely piece on its own.It has light all over crazing and a little minor surface scratching inside to the base, otherwise excellent condition.Dimensions: 38 cm diameter, 13 cm high / 15 ins diameter, 5 ins high Our ref: SPODE32232 Buy similar now Maker: Spode Pattern: Aesops Fables green Plate The Dog and The Sheep c1830 Gorgeous plate printed in a subtle shade of green.