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Spode Blue and White Handled Basket 2 Available

$30.00

 Spode Blue and White Handled Basket 2 Available

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 beautiful basket is a reproduction of the Italian pattern circa 1816. It's a delicate porcelain with a gorgeous pastoral scene. Add something sweet or salty and give as a gift. Perfect for the hostess, teacher, nurse or friend. The classic look of blue and white is always right.

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6 x 4"

Spode Blue and White Handled Basket 2 Available

$30.00