Written in English
Extracted from Recorder, a publication of the Spode Society, Vol.1 (1992?), p. 27-34.
|The Physical Object|
'Warehouse, Portugal Street, Lincolns Inn Fields.' 'Wm. Spode and Co. London' Dimensions. Height: cm sheet, Width: cm sheet. Descriptive line. Engraving depicting the Spode china warehouse which used to be the Lincoln's Inn Fields Theatre, London, no date. Categories. Entertainment & Leisure; Prints. Collection. Theatre and Performance. Spode, Portugal street, warehouse, London Previous Next. Previous. Next. Smaller faster images. Image Gallery. Copeland Lectures. Copeland Lecture-Ceramic Bygones ; Copeland Lecture-Spode and the China Trade; Copeland Lecture-Up to Elbows in Clay ; Copeland Lecture-Hudson Bay Co ;. Spode's London Warehouse in Portugal Street to The Spode manufactory was the first to perfect a body using about 50% animal bone combined with the ingredients for true porcelain ie china stone and china clay. Josiah Spode II () set up Spode's London business in Josiah Spode II was the eldest son of the company's founder, Josiah Spode I ().* Josiah Spode II ().
In the London business moved premises to Portugal Street. At the front of this converted theatre are interesting bits and pieces to do with the running of a pottery warehouse. I found that in the 18th century the word warehouse was regarded as more dignified word for shop; and Spode II's warehouse would have included an elegant showroom. Spode is a brand of china that was first made in the s in Stoke-on-Trent, England. Many retailers are changing their Thanksgiving store hours for Find out which stores are open when. +5. About EUROPAGES. EUROPAGES is a European B2B platform available in 26 linguistic versions. With 3 million listed companies, mainly manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors and service providers, every month EUROPAGES attracts more than 2 million decision-makers searching for business partners, suppliers or service providers in Europe and worldwide. In the basement of their home in London, Ontario they imported gift items, kitchen items and religious articles all made in Portugal. At that time there was no one bringing in these unique products from Portugal and when Manuel attended his first gift show, it was a huge success and he was able to move into a small rented warehouse.
Read, borrow, and discover more than 3M books for free. Donate ♥ Log in; Sign up; Add a Book The Spode London warehouse in Portugal Street Peter F. C. Roden Not in Library. Publishing History This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject. Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of. Spode bought the Portugal Street warehouse and the adjoining domestic residence, reflecting the firm's growing success and in readiness to market the new bone china his father was producing. The London business was put in the hands of William Copeland and William Spode as equal partners. About Spode. Founded by Josiah Spode in Stoke-on-Trent, England. Spode is an icon of British style and craftsmanship with its extraordinary history spanning a magnificent years. Today, we continue to develop collections with the same quality and craftsmanship as Josiah Spode I and his son. Spode had various commercial premises in London, originally in Fore Street, Cripplegate. However, the warehouse was finally settled in the former Theatre Royal, no 5 Portugal Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, which his firm occupied from to , when the building was razed. (This had been the venue of the first performance of the Beggar's.