Price

£1300.00

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Spode Pottery Neo-classical Greek Pattern Blue Deep Dish,

Bacchus Mounted on a Panther,

Early-19th Century  

The Spode pottery Greek pattern rectangular shaped dish with cantered corners is printed in blue with neo-classical scenes on panels and urns against a fruit and flower ground.  An oval central scene is printed with three figures with a lady leading the way while holding two lit torches followed by a male riding a panther followed by another male carrying a large ceramic urn.

Mark: Impressed SPODE & Workman's mark B (WMT 12)

Condition Good

Dimensions: 14 1/4 inches x 11 inches x 2 inches

The neo-classical “Greek” pattern, introduced in 1806, catering to the demand for classical subjects created by the Greek Revival style. The image is taken from Tischbein, Wilhelm. Collection of Engravings from Ancient Vases of Greek Workmanship Discovered in Sepluchres in the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies now in the Possession of Sir William Hamilton.  Three volumes from 1791. 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.

(Ref: VM98440)

Dimensions

36.83cm wide x 27.94cm deep

Price

£1300.00

Condition report

Good

Stock number

VM98440

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