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    Set of Ten Spode 'Stone China' 

    Set of Ten Spode 'Stone China' "Willis Pattern" (Indian Tree) Plates

    £125

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    About this item

    A Set of Ten (10) Spode 'Stone China' "Willis Pattern" (Indian Tree) Plates
    Black printed mark, manuscript pattern number '2147' (where written)
    Hand-enamelled in famille rose palette with gilding over a transfer printed outline on stoneware pottery 
    Staffordshire, England
    Circa 1825

    Measures:-
    Each 24.8 cm diameter

    This early 19th Century Spode design, with pattern number 2147, was first recorded in 1814. The pattern with flowering peonies and prunus blossom, a butterfly in flight (in various colours) and with three floral sprays / garlands to the rim is in imitation of a Chinese Yongzheng period (1723-1735) original. It is known as the 'Willis' pattern. It is illustrated pages 43 and 55 of Smith, “Spode & Copeland. Over 200 Years of Fine China and Porcelain” pages 43 and 55 and Colour Plate IX of Leonard Whiter, "Spode".

    The black printed 'SPODE Stone-China' marks used hereon indicate a dateline of before 1830.

    An additional plate is included (making 11 in total).

    Condition:-
    Generally in good condition. Light surface wear, firing faults and discolouration as expected. One plate has two chips to the front, one plate has a chip to the back of the rim and two rim frits. All plates still 'ring' with no indication of cracks.  other has surface wear; otherwise in excellent condition consistent with age and usage. Please examine the photos; they are part of the description.

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    Additional Information

    Code

    10840

    Dimensions

    Di: 24.8cm  (9.8")

    Period

    19th Century, Georgian (1714 to 1837), Regency

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