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Bone china, invented or perfected at the Spode manufactory, is thought to be the result of experimentation initially by Spode I and then, after his death in , by Spode II, who came back from running the London end of the Spode business, to take over the reins of the factory in Stoke. Moving Images and manuscripts, books, office documents, research papers, recipe books, production papers and drawings, (The story of the transfer of the Spode Archive to the Stoke-on-Trent City Archives), Northern Ceramic Society Newsletter, No September page 45 - Having an archive of o ceramic pieces, the Spode Museum Trust can provide valuable information about the history of Spode and its patterns. Today, Portmeirion Group is committed to the development of the Spode brand producing the high quality that is expected from Spode's ware. One of Spode's most famous patterns, the Italian pattern, also known as Blue Italian and Spode’s Italian, was introduced by Spode in about It was in continuous production up to the closure of the factory in Since this blogpost was first published I have written a lot more about the pattern and published more images.
This was during the s and the Art Director of Spode was Thomas Hassall. He and Sydney Thompson would review the old Spode pattern books in their search for antique designs which could be revitalized and introduced on current shapes. The Code of the Woosters: PG Wodehouse's guide to fighting fascism Forget about the author’s wartime mistakes, the way Bertie tackles Mosley-esque thug Roderick Spode . The Code of the Woosters book. Read 1, reviews from the world's largest community for readers. it also features a would-be fascist dictator of England named Spode, head of an organization called "The Black Shorts" (by the time he started his movement, the shirts had already been taken). As with all Woodhouse stories, the plot /5. The next resource I found was a pamphlet called The Story of the Blue Room Collection, which is put out by Spode. In addition to some fascinating information about Spode history and the transfer process, there is a list of dated markings, which is particularly helpful for the budding collector.
BRIEF HISTORY OF SPODE. The Christmas Tree pattern was designed by Harold Holdway in Since that time many variations have been seen. Here is an extract from the pattern book showing pattern S with an additional Holly border for the Ziegler Bowl. Below, a Dinner Plate in Christmas Tree pattern c Former curator of the Spode museum. Worked in 4 of Stoke's museums. Blogger & author. Fond of archives. Encourages a wild garden. Draws a bit. Blogs 'Spode History' and 'Spode ABC'. which have has been accepted by the UK Web Archive which preserves selected UK websites. Also blogs 'An English Garden' and 'A Royal Signals Sergeant'. View my. BFI Books. Competitions. The Story of Spode () Tweet. Tweet. Film details. Country. United Kingdom. Year. Genre. Industry sponsored film. Type. Film. Category. Non Fiction. Synopsis. Brief history of the potters craft up to Josiah Spode's work in the 18th century. An account of china and pottery -making at the Spode-Copeland. More information about Spode's Chinese designs can be found in Robert Copeland's 'Spode's Willow Pattern & Other designs after the Chinese'detailed on my booklist. Bruce, Kate Please see the K page for Kate Bruce Bute Shape Bute is the name of a teaware shape made by Spode and many other manufacturers. Introduced around or even earlier it.