Spode Porcelain Plate Tobacco Leaf Pattern number 1559 Regency period Antique circa 1811
A Spode porcelain Tobacco Leaf pattern variant (pattern number 1559) plate, printed, hand coloured and gilded pattern in the Imari palette very typical of the Regency period.
This antique English porcelain plate was made by Spode of Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, England, they introduced this pattern circa 1811. This pattern, is a copy of a Chinese porcelain pattern, originally popular around 1760.
The plate has a border with a pattern of iron red and blue scrolling flowers and a gilded rim. It has a hand painted SPODE in iron red and the pattern number 1559 on the base.
The plate is 8 3/8 inches diameter and weighs 370g, it is in excellent condition. Free UK and international postage with this item.
This is a great looking plate by a renowned maker to add to any collection of Spode or Georgian or Regency period English porcelain.