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A small creamware dish with an arcaded rim. Decorated with green and blue/green enamelled leaves. The inner rim has basket weave moulding with under-glaze green oxide colouring. With black enamel used for the borders and pattern background.

The back has a painted enamel pattern number 1640 and is marked with an impressed ‘SPODE’ mark above an impressed number 4. The mark can be dated in the range of c.1784-1833 but the style of the dish is circa 1800-1820.

Made by Josiah Spode, Staffordshire, England. A brightly coloured and attractive dish in very good condition.

Pot ID:

AP/1246

Date:

c.1800-1820

Dimensions:

190mm wide / 24mm high.

Weight (grams):

231

There is minor wear and glaze fritting around the lower edge of the rim. Very minor wear and chipping to the black enamel.

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AP/1246 - Small arcaded creamware dish marked SPODE c.1800-1820 - front - Paul Bohanna Antiques
AP/1246 - Small arcaded creamware dish marked SPODE c.1800-1810 - front - Paul Bohanna Antiques AP/1246 - Small arcaded creamware dish marked SPODE c.1800-1820 - front close-up - Paul Bohanna Antiques AP/1246 - Small arcaded creamware dish marked SPODE c.1800-1820 - back - Paul Bohanna Antiques AP/1246 - Small arcaded creamware dish marked SPODE c.1800-1820 - Spode mark - Paul Bohanna Antiques

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