Spode Neo-classical Greek Pattern Blue Oval Dessert Dishes,
A Domestic Ceremony, Early 19th Century
The Spode Greek pattern pottery dishes are printed in blue with "A Domestic Ceremony" in the central panel with neo-classical scenes on panels and urns on the border. The scene seems to be of a ceremony to honor a God, whose symbol is held by one of the women.
Dimensions: 10 inches x 6 3/4 inches x 1 3/4 inches high
The neo-classical “Greek” pattern, introduced in 1806, catered to the demand for classical subjects created by the Greek Revival style. The images were taken from “Outlines from the Figures and Compositions upon the Greek, Roman and Etruscan Vases of the late Sir William Hamilton; with engraved borders. Drawn and engraved by the late Mr. Kirk”. This was probably the first multi-scene pattern introduced at the Spode Factory.
See: Spode Transfer Printed Ware 1784-1833, David Drakard & Paul Holdway, Page 248-250, Pattern Number P906-17.
Mark: Workmen's marks blue dash.
|Dealer||Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge, Inc.|
|Measurements||10 inches x 6 3/4 inches|
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