Spode Porcelain Creamer, Covered Sucrier and Stand - Pattern 889 - c1805

Heading : Spode Porcelain Creamer, Covered Sucrier and Stand - Pattern 889
Date : c1805
Period : George III
Marks : painted iron-red numeral 373
Origin : Stoke-upon-Trent; England
Colour : white grounds with gilt, iron red and purple decoration

Features : lidded sucrier is made to the 'new oval' shape, as listed in Whiter's book referenced below
Pattern : 889 - simple floral/foliate composition with gilt banding and highlights

Condition : Very Good; creamer - no chips, cracks or flakes; glaze crazing both inside and out, with some staining and/or scorch marks especially to the handle, and internally to the lip and well-base;  stand - no chips, cracks or flakes; pin-prick burst bubbles to gilt rim and a little kiln-spit to the underside of the foot-rim;  sucrier and cover - no chips, cracks or flakes; glaze-crazing inside and out - stained to the internal base of the well; two very small shrinkage cracks to the internal rim of the bowl, on which the lid sits; pin-prick bursts to the gilded top of the finial
Restoration : none
Dimensions : creamer - 14.6 cm rear of handle to tip of spout; 11.1 cm to top of handle thumb-piece;  stand 20.5 x 16.3 cm;  lidded sucrier  18.6 cm to handle extremities and 12.7 cm high to the top of the finial
Weight : 837 grams in total

Reference : Spode (Leonard Whiter 1970); multiple references throughout

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  • Product Code: 22050810
  • Availability: Sold
  • £55.00

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