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Cranberry Pink Kaleidoscope Lace Red Transferware Shabby Chic Gilt Trim Snowflake Teacup & Saucer Christmas Cup Spode Copeland

$29.99

Brand Copeland Spode

VINTAGE RED TRANSFER WARE TEA CUP & SAUCER
Primrose / Kaleidoscope
Copeland Spode
Snowflake Snow Crystals Tea Cup & Saucer
Scalloped Gold Trim

For consideration is this exquisitely detailed plate by Copeland/Spode in the Primrose pattern also known as the Kaleidoscope due to the geometric, intricate floral pattern. This design reminds me of a lace like, Geometric snowflake. They'd be gorgeous at Christmas dinner or for an accent piece on your entry table. It really is like looking into a kaleidoscope when viewing this piece. The plate is scalloped and trimmed at the edge in gold.

Measures 5.5" x 4.75" handle to opposite rim x 2 1/4" tall

Condition: No chips or cracks. There is only a very small bit of wear to the gold rim but nothing significant that stands out. Overall, the condition is pristine with a glaze still bright and transfer crisp.

Marked on back as shown and stated: Spode Copeland China England Spode's Primrose The plate is also hand numbered and embossed w/ a letter/numeral combination (Please note that I have more than one plate, all are marked, but the hand lettering may be different than that shown below as I only photographed one plate)

I will be listing other pieces to this pattern…side plates, salad plates, dinner plates & cups and saucers

To learn more about English transferware and see it in many practical and decorative uses please visit me at one of the places below:

BLOG: www.nancysdailydish.blogspot.com
PINTEREST: www.pinterest.com/transferware
FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pages/English-Transferware/277105748523
TWITTER: www.twitter.com/transferware

Read the full Etsy blog post and watch the documentary short featuring me and my collection...and these plates!
http://www.etsy.com/blog/en/2012/collecting-english-transferware-one-womans-story

This post features a similar pattern in a winter tablescape:
http://nancysdailydish.blogspot.com/2012/12/red-transferware-and-snowflakes.html