A broad cobalt band, gold trim and gold floral bands decorates the white china. Trimmed in gold on the scalloped rims. The handles of the cups and coffee pot have a full gold guilding. Marked Coalport on the underside and known as Coalport Spearpoint.
|COSPE-01.4||Spare footed cup for the cup and saucer set (6 available)||$30|
|COSPE-02||Demi-tasse cup and saucer set (1 available)||$75|
|COSPE-02.4||Spare cup for demi-tasse cup and saucer set (2 available)||$50|
|COSPE-03.4||Spare two-handled cup for the cream soup cup and saucer set (6 available)||$65|
|COSPE-08||Salad plate (3 available)||$45|
|COSPE-10||Dinner plate (2 available)||$70|
|COSPE-10.1||Dinner plate (seconds, but with no visible defects) (2 available)||$50|
|COSPE-31.1||Coffee pot with lid (A second, but with no visible defects)||$195|
|COSPE-31.4.1||Coffee pot without lid and discreet chip on the base||$145|
|COSPE-34||Gravy boat with underplate||$215|
The original Coalport factory was founded in Coalport, Shropshire, England in 1795 by John Rose. The success of the company brought expansion and acquisitions en the early 19th century. Rose and his firm received acclaim for the technical improvements in manufacturing and leadless glazing.
The reputation of the factory's craftsmanship was increased at the Great Exhibition of London in 1851 when an elaborate table service commissioned by Queen Victoria as a gift to Tsar Nicholas I or Russia was displayed. Despite this the company sometimes struggled to stay afloat, going into receivership in 1875. The company was reinstated under the name "Coalport China Company" and eventually greatly developed its export trade in the 1890's.
Coalport China was purchased by Wedgwood Group in 1967 and is no longer in production.