A Spode Blue and White Tureen, Cover and Stand
A Spode, Blue and White, Tureen with classical figures and mythological animals printed on earthenware.
According to Leonard Whiter's "Spode A History of the Family, Factory and Wares From 1733 to 1833" this was among the first multi-scene patterns introduced by Spode. The main source for the patterns is the work of Sir William Hamilton. There are 8 other early Spode Greekware patterns.
|TITLE:||A Spode Blue and White Tureen, Cover and Stand|
|CONDITION:||Small professional invisible restoration to cover and stand|
|DEALER LOCATION:||New York City, NY|
|NUMBER OF ITEMS:||3|