Spode Copeland, sweet dish, Victorian bowl, antique Imari style, blue gold and orange,gilt highlights, shaped and textured
Spode Copeland small bowl or sweet dish with a Victorian pattern registration - dated 8 January 1883.
The bowl is in an Imari style with dark blue branches and blue and orange flowers outlined in gilt or gold plate against a pale blue background. The pattern is repeated to the inner rim with a wreath of orange and dark blue flowers, branches and leaves.
But this beautiful pattern is not all. The bowl is textured with a honeycomb pattern to the lower third and is also shaped with fluted and reeded indentations to each corner.
The bowl is made in a thin pottery or ironstone.
This lovely item would look great anywhere in the house. It would serve well at the table but would also be perfect for a small posy of flowers.
Maximum length is 10cm/4 inches. Depth is 7.5 cm/3 inches. Height is 5 cm/2 incheds.Main diameter 11 cm/4.5 inches. Height 5 cm/2 inches.
The bowl is in good antique condition, without cracks, chips or crazing. There is some age-darkening to the inside (although in my view this enhances the antique appearance). There are some patches of gilt wear and loss to the outside of the bowl.
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