Spode


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Spode

 (spōd)
A trademark for a brand of fine china and earthenware.

spode

(spəʊd)
n
(Antiques) (sometimes capital) china or porcelain manufactured by Josiah Spode, English potter (1754–1827), or his company

Spode

(spoʊd)
Trademark. china or porcelain manufactured by the Spodes or the firm they established. Also called Spode′ chi′na.

Spode

(spoʊd)

n.
Josiah, 1733–97, and his son, Josiah, 1754–1827, English potters.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Spode - English potter who started a pottery famous for its bone china (1754-1827)Spode - English potter who started a pottery famous for its bone china (1754-1827)
2.Spode - a brand of fine English porcelain
porcelain - ceramic ware made of a more or less translucent ceramic
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
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The bone China plate itself is blue and white Spode, very nice and unchipped, and dating back to the 1980sbut you may have to kasher it yourself, depending on how stringent your standards are.
For anyone who ever wondered what Spode Woodland or Portmeirion Botanic Garden would smell like if it had a scent, the question is answered with Portmeirion Group's new home fragrance collection from Wax Lyrical.
50 DINING SET Spode Christmas tree 16-piece dining set, Worldstores, www.
Sian is best known for playing the role of Sydney Henshall in the BBC drama Cutting It and for playing villain Sally Spode in Emmerdale.
Amy Malone, Steph Spode, Sean Leckenby and Nigel Wood
Q My sister has left me 17 plates, which include the Noble Horses series from Spode, as well as several from Royal Doulton and Royal Worcester.
The Stoke-based group which consists of the Portmeirion, Spode, Royal Worcester and Pimpernel brands requires extra staffs after seeing a rise in demand for products made in the UK.
Portmeirion Group PLC, which owns Spode and Royal Worcester, has predicted a 5pc rise in revenue to PS58m for 2013 and pre-tax profits in line with expectations, according to a trading update released yesterday.
But the miracle of the Six Towns was what emerged from this dingy forest of brick bottle-ovens and pot-banks: the pristine, ceramic wonders of Wedgwood, Spode, and Minton.
A beautiful Spode limited edition two-handled loving cup to celebrate the Queen's silver wedding anniversary is worth pounds 50-pounds 100 while a limited edition silver Jubilee Coalport pair of vases with covers can realise pounds 200-pounds /300 When it comes to Diamond Jubilee coins and postage stamps, the only official commemorative ones are offered through Royal Mint and Royal Mail.
Phoebe Cummings, of Brinklow, a graduate from the Royal College of Art, won the pounds 10,000 Spode Award at a ceremony to celebrate the British Ceramics Biennial (BCB) at The Potters' Club in Stoke-on-Trent.
Baking Days Dark Blue Round Covered Deep Dish, pounds 33, Spode www.