The History of Blue Italian

With its floral chinoiserie border encompassing a rural Italian scene in shades and textures of cobalt blue, the Spode Blue Italian print is one of the most recognisable and admired British designs of all time. But how did it become the icon it is today?

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The History of Blue Italian</h4>

The History of Blue Italian

With its floral chinoiserie border encompassing a rural Italian scene in shades and textures of cobalt blue, the Spode Blue Italian print is one of the most recognisable and admired British designs of...

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Introducing: Josiah Spode I</h4>

Introducing: Josiah Spode I

When thinking of iconic names in the pottery industry, Josiah Spode I will most certainly be front of mind.

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Introducing: Josiah Spode II</h4>

Introducing: Josiah Spode II

Following on from our previous feature on Spode’s much-loved founder, Josiah Spode I, we now explore the fascinating life of his son and su...

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