Marked Spode Stone China - dates to circa 1810. This mark was in use from c. Spode is one of the greatest names of the Industrial Revolution. Josiah Spode I was born in 1733 and after several years working for other local potters, established his own company in 1776 in Church Street, Stoke and, like his neighbour and friend Josiah Wedgwood, concentrating on the production of ceramic wares of the finest quality in a variety of bodies.Josiah Spode I died suddenly in 1797 and it fell to his son Josiah Spode II to continue and perfect his father's developments. Spode II was appointed "Potter to the Prince of Wales" when the Prince Regent visited the factory in 1806. This beautiful tea cup has a Pearlware finish and appears to be in brand new condition. The rims of the cup have no paint loss, and the enamel inside and outside is pristine. Despite this, there is a small chip of enamel on the top edge of the cup - please see the photos for more details.
This tea cup is especially valuable because of its brand. Later versions of this pattern were produced with a "Late Spode" backstamp, but these are extremely rare to find in this condition. Tea cup- marked Spode Stone China - dates to circa 1810.
Height 5,8 cm Upper diameter 8 cm, bottom diameter-4,2 cm. Item will be sent tracked and insured.
Despite this, there is a small chip of enamel on the top edge of t. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Kitchen & Home\Dinnerware & Serveware\Cups & Saucers". The seller is "popugai" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia.