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A SPODE PART SERVICE
PROPERTY OF A DISTINGUISHED NEW YORK COLLECTION (LOTS 119-164)
A SPODE PART SERVICE

CIRCA 1805, IRON-RED SPODE MARK, PATTERN NO. 2423

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A SPODE PART SERVICE Circa 1805, iron-red Spode mark, pattern no. 2423 In the Sèvres style and based on a Chelsea prototype of circa 1760, painted with fancy birds perched on crossed branches above a band of orchid-pink and gilt peacock feathers, gilt dentil rim, comprising: A shaped oval footed compote with branch handles, 13½ in. (34.3 cm.) long overall Two circular footed cream-bowls, covers and stands with gilt butterfly handles, 6 5/8 in. (16.8 cm.) diam., the stands A deep shaped rectangular dish with branch handles, 11½ in. (29.2 cm.) long overall Three paneled oval dishes, 10¼ in. (26.6 cm.) long A shell-shape dish, 9 7/8 in. (25 cm.) wide Fourteen dessert plates, 8¼ in. (21 cm.) diam. Together with Two Chelsea similarly decorated chocolate cups and covers, circa 1760, gold anchor marks, the prototypes on which the Spode design is based (29)

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See Leonard Whiter, Spode, A History of the Family, Factory and Wares from 1733 to 1833, London, 1970, fig. 195 for a plate in this pattern and pp. 102-103, no. 141 for the form of the tureens described as "Round, Fly-Handled, Cream Bowl and Stand. One size."

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