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But Spode is a character from pure planet Wodehouse—just as much as Aunt Agatha or Gussy Fink-Nottle.
Before that it had been the china warehouse of Messrs. Spode and Copeland.Haunted London|Walter Thornbury
The first Josiah Spode had a factory here in 1784 for the production of earthenware.
But Josiah Spode is best known as devoting considerable skill in the improvement of under-glaze blue-printing cream-ware.
Spode had a leaning for Oriental subjects in his blue printed ware, which was quickly adopted by Leeds.
Josiah Spode, about 1784, introduced his under-glaze blue "willow pattern," a copy of the Caughley pattern.