Antique 10 Inch Spode Staffordshire Blue Transfer Net Pattern Plate 1795
Offered for sale is this fine blue Staffordshire transfer lobed plate by Spode in the "Net Pattern" design. The plate is early Chionoiserie pearlware, circa 1795. It has printed crescent mark on the reverse. This pattern was first made by Spode, then copied by Herculaneum and other makers. This particular form of the pattern and this mark have been identified as Spode by Loren L. Zeller, Spode’s Net Pattern: Observations Regarding Design Motifs & Maker Attribution, published in the Spode Review Magazine (Publication of The Spode Society), November 2012
The plate is 9 7/8 inches wide. It weighs 13 oz (shipping weight 2 lbs).
Condition: Very good. No chips or cracks. One very small (less than 1/8") divot in the central portion as shown. Shiny glaze. Fine clear crazing of the glaze. No stains. The usual stilt marks, inclusions and imperfections of early pottery production.
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