Teapot, painted pattern #889, c. 1810. The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent. Spode's formula for bone china produced a porcelain that was white, very translucent, and stable in the traditional Staffordshire firing process. Bone china, unlike true Chinese porcelain, used a sequence of biscuit then glost schedules and firing technologies similar to those of earthenware. I have a few pieces of this pattern.
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