But Spode is a character from pure planet Wodehouse—just as much as Aunt Agatha or Gussy Fink-Nottle.
Davenport ware is strong in colour, and follows the rich designs of Spode.
Mother, are these your Spode plates, or are they Cauldon ware?
Spode was on the point of capping it with a better story, when his host began to talk about Beethoven.
In the window were a tea service of Spode and a collection of luster ware.
Spode had arranged to sit next to Mrs. Cayman; he had designs upon her.
Young Spode was not a snob; he was too intelligent for that, too fundamentally decent.
Lakin and Poole is the name of another firm, and Spode, and it is believed Davenport embarked on this popular ware also.
He evidently did genuinely want to know if Spode liked parrots.
Spode exclaimed, making with his hand a gesture as though he were modelling a pure form in the air.
fine sort of porcelain, 1869, named for first maker, Josiah Spode (1754-1827), potter in Stoke-on-Trent, England.