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Spode 967 Pattern Porcelain  Dessert Service, Twenty Two Pieces,Circa 1807-15

Spode 967 Pattern Porcelain Dessert Service,

Twenty Two Pieces,

Circa 1807-15

This pattern, number 967, is one of the finest and most spectacular ones made in the Regency period of  English porcelain.  It was first introduced in about 1807. It is often described as a pattern in the Imari style.

The finely decorated dessert service consists of


twelve plates (8 1/4 inches x 7/8 inches high),

two shell dishes (9 3/4 inches x 8 1/4 inches x 23 inches high),

one large lozenge dish (11 1/4 inches x 7 7/8 inches x 2 1/4 inches high),

two lozenges dishes (10 3/8 inches x 7 1/8 inches x 2 inches high),

four ovals ( 10 3/8 inches x 7 1/4 inches x 1 7/8 inches high),

one central tazza (14 1/4 inches x 10 1/2 inches x 4 5/8 inches length)

All are superbly painted in the 967 pattern of oriental flowers and fenced garden in red, blue, green and gilding.

Marks- A number of the pieces are marked in script with no 967.

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