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.
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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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Top to bottom: The Golf Course, North Berwick, by Sir John Lavery (1856-1941), pounds 200,000-pounds 300,000; rare Spode porcelain commemorative punch bowl, 1814, pounds 10,000-pounds 15,000; Putting Golf, a late 19th century adults'' game, pounds 1,000-pounds 1,500 Charles Lees, RSA (1800-1880).
Above: Classic Spode porcelain and, right, the Royal Worcester porcelain works