Spode

Staffordshire ceramics factory founded by Josiah Spode in 1770. Early production included creamware, pearlware and blue-printed earthenware. Spode perfected the bone china formula, and in the 19thC was noted for its regency-style ornamental ware and useful wares with bat-printed designs (see transfer-printing). William Copeland became a partner in …...
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Spode

Spode is a well-known English brand of pottery and homewares based in Stoke-on-Trent. == Overview == Spode is a Stoke-on-Trent based pottery company that was founded by Josiah Spode (1733–1797) in 1770. Josiah Spode earned renown for perfecting under-glaze blue transfer printing in 1783–1784 – a development that led to the launch in 1816 of ...
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Spode

noun a brand of fine English porcelain
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spode

Spode is a staffordshire manufacturer of pottery and porcelain, based in Stoke-on-Trent.
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Spode

Spode is a variety of porcelain. Josiah Spode began to make feldspar porcelain at Stoke-on-Trent in 1770, and introduced crushed bone into the composition which was a soft paste giving a very transparent body to his pottery.
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Spode

[n] - English potter who started a pottery famous for its bone china (1754-1827) 2. [n] - (trademark) a brand of fine English porcelain
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