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Spode Blue Italian Collection
Perhaps the most universally recognised pattern in the world. Classic Blue and White decoration makes Blue Italian the most collected pattern of all time. Available as Tableware, Serving and Storage and Cookware, this iconic collection has been given a new lease of life by Portmeirion, ensuring it's world wide popularity for years to come.

Spode Blue Room Collection
The famous Blue Room Collections captures Josiah Spode's perfected technique of blue underglaze printing from the late 1700s, and for many people Spode is still synonymous with the finest blue-and-white designs. Now available as a collection of collectable plates, teacups and saucers, jumbo cups and saucers and practical mugs, the beauty of Spode's unique ware is still coveted today.

Christmas Jubilee is a colourful twist on the much loved Christmas Tree pattern. Loved for its nostalgia and warm recollections of Christmas past, Christmas Tree has been an integral part of holiday celebrations since its introduction in 1938. This modern twist brings Christmas Tree to a new audience. Festive colours and on-trend chevron patterns make this table and serveware range ideal for use throughout the Christmas season.

Spode Christmas Tree Collection
One of the biggest selling festive designs of all time, Spode's Christmas Tree pattern is recognised and collected worldwide. Now produced by Portmeirion, there is a full range of tableware and serving pieces to choose from.

Featuring a border and motif from the Spode archives, Delamere Bouquet is entirely made in the UK. Its cranberry tones and delicate motif creates a modern and elegant collection. Fantastic as a stand alone collection, Spode Delamere Bouquet can also be mixed and matched with Delamere Rural and Delamere Lakeside to create your own unique dinner service.

Lose yourself in the soft blue colours of Spode Delamere Lakeside with its serene lake scene. The dinnerware range consists of plates, bowl, mug and cup and saucer, all of which are made in Spode's Stoke-on-Trent factory. Perfect as a stand alone range but also ideal to combine with Delamere Rural and Delamere Bouquet to create your own unique collection.

Charming and sophisticated, Delamere Rural is a beautifully elegant collection which uses an intricate and exquisitely detailed border from Spode’s design archive in a subtle slate grey colourway. The border is accompanied by a woodland animal on key pieces, adding interest and variety to the range. Perfectly balancing Spode’s innovative approach with its exceptional design heritage.

Giallo -- "yellow" in Italian -- is a modern interpretation of Spode's 200-year old Blue Italian pattern. Each piece is adorned with a yellow cross-hatch pattern border with blue edges and feature a distinctive Blue Italian country scene. The Dinner plate is left plain in the centre and has only the yellow crossed hatched border and blue edging so as to act as an accent piece within the collection. Made from fine porcelain Giallo is dishwasher and microwave safe.

Spode Glen Lodge Collection
Step into the wilderness of the great British countryside with Spode's Glen Lodge. Inspired by the Scottish Highlands, this unique tableware collection featuring Stags and Pheasants has a truly rustic feel enhanced by the deep moss green accent pieces and the argyle and plaid patterns. The range also includes a selection of etched glassware.

Based in the Arts and Crafts movement of the 19th century, William Morris produced many iconic designs with one of the most popular being the repeating design of Strawberry Thief. Inspired by the Thrushes Morris saw stealing fruits from his Oxfordshire garden the pattern was first produced in 1883. Spode have faithfully reproduced Strawberry Thief in intricate detail for this charming tableware set.

Spode's Winter's Scene offers a fresh interpretation of the classic Spode dinnerware range, gracefully modernised in order to retain the charm of the original design. The borderwork of native British flora is a detail that originates from c.1823. For this updated collection, the elegant heritage motif has been reworked into a vibrant and contemporary red.

Spode Woodland Collection
In the distinctive Spode tradition, this striking pattern features fine studies of British game animals perfectly framed by a stylised, floral border. Encapsulating country living Woodland provides the perfect setting to any dinner table. Now made by Portmeirion, there may be some variation when compared to Woodland produced by Spode.

Spode retired patterns

Spode Paddington Bear Collection
Paddington has now been Retired by Spode
Spode Paddington Bear
Everyone knows that Paddington is a bear who usually wears a duffle coat, a rather shapeless hat and, on occasions, Wellington boots. Many people also know that his favourite food is marmalade and that he orginally comes from Darkest Peru. But did you know he is now at Spode. Paddington can be seen on two new ranges. One for the young with the Nursery Range and one for the young at heart with the Paddington in London range.


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Josiah Spode founded the first Spode factory in Stoke on Trent in 1776. He focused his attention on the manufacture of porcelain, a technically more difficult but much finer material . He was perhaps best remembered for developing the technique of underglazing transfer prints on earthenware. Josiah died suddenly in 1797 and his son, also called Josiah Spode took over the factory in partnership with William Copeland. Often considered the Golden Age of British Ceramics, Spode went from strength to strength and in 1806 Josiah Spode II was named as “Potter to the Prince of Wales”. In 1822 Josiah II developed Felspar Porcelain. This new derivative was superior to all other types of porcelain at the time not just in beauty but in reliability of manufacture and is widely considered to be the forerunner of all modern English Fine Bone China. The perfection of transfer printing and quality of raw material led to the introduction of Blue Italian in 1822. Perhaps Spode’s most recognised pattern it still in production today. Other historic patterns still made and collected are Spode Blue Room and Spode Christmas Tree. 2009 Spode was taken over by the Portmeirion Group who have introduced a more contemporary set of ranges to sit alongside the historic collections. Delamere Rural and its sister patterns Delamere Bouquet and Delamere Lakeside still rely on Spode’s unique ability to produce exquisite patterns but now with a more contemporary twist. With a focus on the countryside, natural world and wildlife the tradition Woodland Range and contemporary Glen Lodge are both very successful. New Christmas collections such as Christmas Jubilee and Winter’s Scene were launched in 2015. In celebration of the 200th anniversary of Blue Italian in 2016 Spode have launched a new pattern Giallo, Blue italian with a twist of lemon. This beautiful and contemporary design makes a great stand alone collection or can be added to Blue Italian to create an accent range. New in the second half of 2016 in the main Blue Italian range is the beautifully decorated Blue Italian Glassware. The Collection includes Wine Glasses, tumblers and champagne flutes, perfect for adding those all important finishing touches to your table. A design which has been available via Royal Worcester on a collection of Giftware, is William Morris Strawberry Thief. This iconic design from the Arts and Crafts movement of the 19th century has now been faithfully reproduced on the new Spode Strawberry Thief Tableware Collection. Spode continues to be synonymous with quality and elegance relying on a heritage of innovation and classic design.