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The coffee can has the royal flute shape with vertical flutes, a wavy rim and the distinctive kicked loop handle, characteristic of Spode.

The coffee can is decorated with the printed underglaze blue Broseley pattern consistent with the chinioserie influence of the time.

oversees the Royal Worcester works in Worcester, England, which remains one of England's largest producers of fine bone china and porcelain, retaining traditional craft techniques.

The bowl is offered together with copious data on the parish church of Irton together with photographs and the Spode Society article. Recorded as shape number 306 (*Whiter pp 114 - 115), a Font Bowl on a Foot appears as a shape advertised by Spode for manufacture, just as churches today are able to purchase modern font bowls from stockists.

The bowl is offered together with copious data on the parish church of Irton together with photographs and the Spode Society article.

Early Spode porcelain consists of elaborate services and outsize vases, lavishly decorated and gilded in the Empire style.

So-called Japan patterns (deriving vaguely from Japanese Imari ware) were also executed at the Spode factory in the early 19th century.

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This is a very good Spode coffee can from the factory of Josiah Spode, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, England, made very early in the 19th century, George 111 period.Founding China History in the 18th Century Born in 1733, Josiah Spode was 16 when he apprenticed with Thomas Whieldon, one of England's most prominent potters, where he worked alongside another famed name in English china, Josiah Wedgwood.Bronte Porcelain was founded in 1996 by a committed group of artists,craftspeople and skilled technicians.Please note, many cups were unmarked and having the printed mark is a definite benefit.Spode is one of the oldest and most distinguished of the great pottery companies of Staffordshire, the time-honored home of English ceramics.Condition Small star crack on base, bowl has been repaired (^Pulver 'the bowl appears to have broken into fragments at some stage and has been most skillfully restored')after having been damaged into a number a pieces.

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