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Here we have a beautiful 1800's unusual invalid feeding cup made by Spode before they became Copeland & Garrett. The company later went on to become Copeland Spode. It is in a blue and white, transfer printed Tower pattern. The company used the Early Spode blue ink backstamp during the period from 1776 to 1833 , dating the cup to the William IV (William Henry; 21 August 1765 - 20 June 1837) period. This period is better known as either the Sheraton (1780 to 1820) or the Federal (1780 to 1820) period. This is an unusual item which would make an excellent addition to a collection of blue and white china. Don't miss out!
**Size** It is 6" long
**Condition** In great condition for its age, there are two small chips on the interior rim edge as shown.
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Pre 1833 Spode Pre Copeland Invalid Feeder Tower Transfer Blue & White Porcelain
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