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This is a very good rare example of an English George III period, porcelain, slop bowl, made by Spode in the early 19th century, circa 1810.


The bowl is well potted on a low everted foot. The bowl has a fine and beautifully hand painted " Japan " pattern with rich burnt orange enamelling, underglaze cobalt blue and hand gilded detailed decoration in gold. Heavily gilded porcelain of this period were called "candlelight wares" because of the brilliance of their gilding. The piece has the benefit of being fully marked with a hand painted upper case SPODE, together with the pattern number "2214" hand painted to the base in red.


Overall a beautifully hand painted Bowl by this high quality factory


  • Dimensions: 

    Height: 8.39 cm (3.3 in)Diameter: 16.01 cm (6.3 in)

  • Condition: 

     NO Cracks, NO Chips, NO Restoration. Some slight wear to the upper rim. Please see images.

      Early 19th Century Spode Porcelain Slop Bowl in gilded Pattern 2214, Ca 1810

      SKU: P 2148
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