Spode Dessert Dish, Vase & Flowers, Green Transferware, New Fayence, Antique 19th C

This pretty dish was made by Spode between 1826 & 1833. It measures about 8-1/2" x 9". The name "New Fayence" was for a special earthenware body.

The green transferware pattern is called " Vase and Flowers" on the very helpful Spode Ceramics website. The overglaze enamel colors are pink, blue, yellow, and brown.

The dish is in excellent condition excepting a small chip on the back. On my photo of the back, look at the 5:00 position. There are no other chips, cracks, crazing or repairs. The dish rings when tapped.

Item ID: 11904


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$95 USD

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Gay Jungemann, Vashon Island, WA   

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