Spode created a dessert service for the King of Oudh’s palace in 1818 (ref. Christie’s sale, June 1, 1987, lot 377.) and this set is quite similar in design, which would date them to about the same time. It’s certainly lavish enough for a king. Neither piece has any damage and the cup is near perfect, but there is some light staining on the saucer, and the gilding in the center of the saucer appears to have been touched up. The saucer is five and five-eighths inches across.


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ITEM ID
T4
TYPE
Pottery
COLOR
Pink
CREATOR
Spode
PURPOSE
Teacups, Saucers
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Laureate Antiques

Spode Teacup & Saucer in a Stunning Pink and Gilt Royal Design with Scrolls c.1818.

$175

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