Spode

Spode

[spohd]
Trademark. china or porcelain manufactured by the Spodes or the firm they established.
Also called Spode china.
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Spode

[spohd]
noun
Josiah, 1733–97, and his son, Josiah, 1754–1827, English potters.
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spode (spəʊd)
 
n
(sometimes capital) china or porcelain manufactured by Josiah Spode, English potter (1754--1827), or his company

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spode
fine sort of porcelain, 1869, named for first maker, Josiah Spode (1754-1827), potter in Stoke-on-Trent, England.
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