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Spode Spode Queen Elizabeth 11 Diamond Jubilee 1952-2012 Spode Queen Elizabeth 11 Diamond Jubilee 1952-2012
This is a stunning Spode Figurine of her Majesty Queen Elizabeth 11 on her coronation day 2 June 1953. She stands in her iconic purple robe with ermine tails and coronation dress holding the orb and sceptre, which is completed with her chain of office and St Edwards Crown.
 
Spode is one of the greatest names of the Industrial Revolution concentrating on the production of ceramic wares of the finest quality in a variety of bodies. Josiah Spode is particularly recognised as having developed the technique for underglaze transfer printing on earthenware and to have produced the first printed “Willow” patterns He focused his attention on the manufacture of porcelain, a technically more difficult but much finer material than he had previously made, introducing in 1796 a new type of porcelain which he first called “Stoke China” but shortly afterwards renamed “Bone China” As the technique for transfer printing on earthenwares was perfected, Spode’s blue and white transfer printed wares were generally considered to be among the finest ever made. The most famous pattern of which, “Italian”, introduced in 1816, continues to be made in quantity to this day.

 

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Spode Queen Elizabeth 11 Diamond Jubilee 1952-2012

Spode Queen Elizabeth 11 Diamond Jubilee 1952-2012 image
Spode Queen Elizabeth 11 Diamond Jubilee 1952-2012 image Spode Queen Elizabeth 11 Diamond Jubilee 1952-2012 image Spode Queen Elizabeth 11 Diamond Jubilee 1952-2012 image Spode Queen Elizabeth 11 Diamond Jubilee 1952-2012 image Spode Queen Elizabeth 11 Diamond Jubilee 1952-2012 image Spode Queen Elizabeth 11 Diamond Jubilee 1952-2012 image
Brand: Spode
Condition: New
Product Type: Diamond Jubilee
Stock Availability: Out Of Stock
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This is a stunning Spode Figurine of her Majesty Queen Elizabeth 11 on her coronation day 2 June 1953. She stands in her iconic purple robe with ermine tails and coronation dress holding the orb and sceptre, which is completed with her chain of office and St Edwards Crown.
 
Spode is one of the greatest names of the Industrial Revolution concentrating on the production of ceramic wares of the finest quality in a variety of bodies. Josiah Spode is particularly recognised as having developed the technique for underglaze transfer printing on earthenware and to have produced the first printed “Willow” patterns He focused his attention on the manufacture of porcelain, a technically more difficult but much finer material than he had previously made, introducing in 1796 a new type of porcelain which he first called “Stoke China” but shortly afterwards renamed “Bone China” As the technique for transfer printing on earthenwares was perfected, Spode’s blue and white transfer printed wares were generally considered to be among the finest ever made. The most famous pattern of which, “Italian”, introduced in 1816, continues to be made in quantity to this day.

 

Item Specifics
Condition New
Manufacturer/ Type Spode
Sub-Type Diamond Jubilee
Material Porcelain, China
Type Figurines
Size 9" (23cm)approx
Use Decorative
Weight When Packaged 1.2kg
Boxed / unboxed boxed
comes supplied with Certificate of Authenticity and supplied in its original Spode Branded Box which shows general marks from storage

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