2 Copeland Spode India Tree Rust Cream Soups & Saucers

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  • Item Category: Ceramics
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jan 09,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
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Set 2 Copeland Spode Old Mark India Tree Rust Cream Soups & Saucers Desirable pattern from one of the best makers; old mark One of the more desirable Spode lines out t, the Indian Tree pattern features lush vegetation imagery, along with rich florals and geometric patterning. These items are from the "scalloped" series and all boast red/orange/rust decoration (no green); each is a nicely preserved specimen, one of a number we acquired from an impressive estate china cabinet, featuring the "old" Copeland Spode mark, circa early 20th century ...

A set of two cream soup bowls in this lot, each with matching saucer and both in good condition, though we note light crazing to all but one bowl, and a modest crack at the bottom of the handle on the other bowl. The bowls measure 2" tall X 6 3/4" wide, and the underplates are each 7 1/4" wide. Age: Early 20th Century Region of Origin: England Price Comparison: $100-200+ in antique gallery Product ID: 53890 Shipping Total For This Item
$9.95
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