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Coysh blue and white collection sparks Winchester transfer talk

19 March 2018

The name of the late Bill Coysh is instantly recognisable to enthusiasts of transfer printed pottery.

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The toast of Trelissick House sale at £32,000

05 August 2013

The country house sale of the summer, Bonhams’ on-site, two-day auction of the contents of Trelissick House in Cornwall, including The Copeland China collection of Spode, totalled £2.06m, with every lot sold.

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Painting Spode by numbers

11 November 2004

IN the competitive world of domestic tablewares, the name of Spode has remained among the very best since production started c.1770.

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Ceramics fire enthusiasm among the holiday crowd

22 September 2004

ALTHOUGH many vendors decided to hold back some of their best furniture and paintings for the autumn sales, there was enough in Brightwell's (15% buyer's premium) 1266-lot August 11-12 outing to attract holidaymakers as well as some dealers who had not visited Brightwells for some time. As a result, it boasted a healthy 85 per cent take-up by lot and a total of £90,000.

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Indian Sporting summer for Spode collectors

22 November 2003

David Drakard is well known for his contribution to our knowledge of British ceramics both as a longstanding member of the English Ceramic Circle and as the author of two books on blue printed wares.

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Caramanian pot pourri is a sweet £5000

15 October 2003

First introduced c.1809, the ‘Caramanian’ series represent one of Spode’s most popular early 19th century pattern ranges.

A first hint of Spring...in West Sussex

13 December 2002

Coming up on December 11, 12 and 13 is Rupert Toovey & Co’s Sale of Antiques, Fine Art & Collectors’ Items, which will be the inaugural sale at their new Spring Gardens salerooms in Washington, West Sussex.

Spode Sporting trophies go to collectors

26 March 2001

UK: WHEN the trade complain about prices at auction, it’s a sure sign of a strong sale.