Antique Spode Porcelain Plate Doll's House Pattern number 488 circa 1805
A Spode porcelain Doll's House pattern (pattern number 488) plate, printed and hand coloured pattern in the imari palette.
This antique English porcelain plate was made by Spode of Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, England, they introduced this pattern in 1803. This pattern, in the Chinese style, is Spode's version of the earlier popular Lowestoft Porcelain Doll's House pattern.
The plate has a hand painted border with a pattern of iron red and blue circles and a yellow rim. It has an impressed X on the base - the potter's mark as well as the painted number 488.
The plate is 7 3/4 inches diameter and weighs 326g, it is in good condition with just a tight hairline from rim and a little surface scratching or knife marks, commensurate with age and use. Free UK postage with this item.
This is a great looking plate by a renowned maker to add to any collection of Spode or Georgian English porcelain.