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Spode Dip Dishes, Blue and White Chinoiserie, Set of 3

$30.00

Blue and White Spode Dip Dishes, Set of 3

Copeland Spode china began in the 1700s in Staffordshire, England. It became tone of the most famous names in china during the Industrial Revolution. Spode’s greatest achievement was perfecting – and perhaps inventing – bone china, which was white, very translucent and stable when fired. Spode also mastered underglaze blue printing, a technique unknown in China. Vast quantities of inexpensive blue-printed earthenware were made in designs often derived from Chinese originals, such as the Willow Pattern, introduced by Spode in 1790 and which became the best-known pattern in the world.

This set is a reproduction of the Italian pattern circa 1816. These small condiment dishes are perfect for candy, nuts, small snacks or sauces. They are great to use in the kitchen for your used tea bag or to hold rings while you wash dishes.

See picture details as they are part of the description.  5 x 1 1/2"

Spode Dip Dishes, Blue and White Chinoiserie, Set of 3

$30.00