Copeland Spode Rosalie Vintage Creamer Sugar Bowl Basket Weave Floral PearlsCopeland Spode Rosalie Vintage Creamer Sugar Bowl Basket Weave Floral PearlsCopeland Spode Rosalie Vintage Creamer Sugar Bowl Basket Weave Floral PearlsCopeland Spode Rosalie Vintage Creamer Sugar Bowl Basket Weave Floral PearlsCopeland Spode Rosalie Vintage Creamer Sugar Bowl Basket Weave Floral PearlsCopeland Spode Rosalie Vintage Creamer Sugar Bowl Basket Weave Floral Pearls

A lovely vintage creamer and sugar bowl by Copeland Spode of England in the Rosalie pattern. Each piece has an off white background called Chelsea Wicker with a basket-weave pattern encircling the upper half of the fluted sides, then a brown and white string of pearls underneath. On the creamer below the string of pearls is a spray of flowers in yellow, pink and blue on each side and also on the handle. The open sugar bowl shows pink, blue and yellow flowers encircling the bowl above the basket-weave with a beautiful spray of flowers on the inside.

Creamer measures five and a quarter inches long from tip of spout to edge of handle, is three and a quarter inches from bottom to top of spout or two an three quarter inches from bottom to top of sides. Sugar bowl is two and one eighth inches tall with a mouth opening of three and three quarter inches.

In wonderful vintage, collectible condition, having no nicks, chips, cracks. Very light age crazing to the sugar bowl. I just fell in love with this older pattern which is from 1954 - 1969, as I am sure you will also!

Item ID: 1080

Copeland Spode Rosalie Vintage Creamer Sugar Bowl Basket Weave Floral Pearls

$20 USD

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