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Copeland Spode Furniture

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Steeped in British history and tradition, the name Copeland Spode is renowned among porcelain collectors for its fine-quality bone china and earthenware pieces. With its roots in Spode — one of the oldest and most distinguished of the great pottery companies of Staffordshire, the time-honored home of English ceramics — Copeland Spode is known to pottery enthusiasts for some of the most timeless and recognizable patterns produced in 19th and early 20th-century porcelain manufacturing such as Wicker Lane, Chinese Rose and Tower. Collectors regard Copeland-marked pieces as Spode china.

The story of Copeland Spode china began in 1770 when English potter Josiah Spode founded a pottery and homewares company called Spode in Stoke-on-Trent, England. Within fifteen years, the manufacturer became known for its signature blue-on-white palette, and one of the company’s designers developed a specific cobalt hue for their teapots, trays, bowls and more. Spode’s founder was particularly revered for two technical achievements in the firm’s early decades. The first was to develop a standard formula for the making of bone china — a type of porcelain (made with a mixture of bone ash, minerals and clay) that is dazzlingly white and so strong it can be used to create very thin translucent plates and vessels. The other was to perfect the making of transferware.

In 1833, entrepreneurs William Taylor Copeland (the Lord Mayor of London at the time) and Thomas Garrett purchased Spode’s pottery-making company following the death of Josiah Spode III, and the name was changed to Copeland Spode. Then, in 1847, Copeland became the firm’s sole owner and the name changed again, this time to W. T. Copeland and Sons, in 1867 when Copeland retired and his four sons took over the business. 

Trading as W. T. Copeland and Sons throughout the mid-to-late 19th century, the company found a formidable competitor in another well-known porcelain maker, Minton. Many of the manufacturer’s Georgian, Rococo and late-Victorian pieces such as its dinner plates, tableware, platters, bowls and baskets were commissioned by wealthy British and European clients and exported for sale throughout the British Empire and to the United States. Several of W. T. Copeland and Sons’ spectacular pieces were exhibited at the Great Exhibition of London in 1851 and the International Exhibitions of London and Paris in 1862 and 1878, respectively.

In addition to their exceptional quality and design, the company’s ceramics were particularly prized for their intricate patterns which featured a variety of colors. For instance, its popular Tower pattern was available in a pale ultramarine blue, a darker Royal Saxon blue, rose pink, brown and green. 

The company continued as W. T. Copeland and Sons until 1970 when Spode again became the brand's name. Afterward, during the late 1970s, Spode, Royal Worcester and Palissy came under common ownership. In 2009, the firm was purchased by the Portmeirion Group. However, the Spode and Royal Worcester names continue to flourish as highly popular “traditional English heritage” brands within the Portmeirion company.

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Creator: Copeland Spode
Spode “Dubarry” Ceramic Serving Platter
By Copeland Spode
Located in Bradenton, FL
A white oval transferware ceramic platter made by Spode, in their Dubarry pattern, produced from 1946 to 1964. The platter is decorated with pink roses on a scalloped edge, with a la...
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Mid-20th Century English Copeland Spode Furniture

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Ceramic

Copeland Spode Aesthetic Movement Comport or Cake Stand
By Copeland Spode, Spode
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
An 1870s Spode Aesthetic Movement comport in cream-colored earthenware with a beautiful transfer-printed pattern of birds and butterflies. After Japan was forcibly opened to Western...
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1870s English Aesthetic Movement Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Earthenware

Antique English Hand Painted Service Plates Set of Eight
By Tiffany & Co., Copeland Spode
Located in Lambertville, NJ
A set of eight hand painted English service dinner plates by Copeland Spode, made for Tiffany & Co., NYC. Each one hand painted with a basket of fruit and leaves signed by the artist...
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Late 19th Century English Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Porcelain

12 Copeland Spode England Blue Willow Plates, Gilt Trimmed Circa 1880
By Copeland Spode
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A classic and elegant pattern of all over blue on Copeland Spode's crisp white porcelain. A Blue Willow scene throughout in nice detail. They also feature 24 karat gold rims which re...
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1880s British Chinoiserie Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Gold, Enamel

Copeland Spode Oval Serving Platter
By Copeland Spode
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Fabulous oval porcelain serving platter from the English makers Copeland Spode. Beautiful design and colors. See our collection of Copeland Spode and other fine serveware in our list...
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1920s English Other Vintage Copeland Spode Furniture

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Porcelain

Antique Spode England Double Handle Vase With All Over Black Background
By Copeland Spode
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A vibrant 2 handled vase with an all over "chipped ice" back ground they designed in the early 1800's. This particular color way is very striking with th...
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1920s British Vintage Copeland Spode Furniture

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Enamel

Set 3 Antique English Copeland Spode Chelsea Fantasy Bird Plates, circa 1910
By Copeland Spode
Located in London, GB
Set 3 Antique English copeland spode chelsea fantasy bird plates circa 1910. English Bone China Stamped Spode, Copeland, England to base. In very g...
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1910s English Vintage Copeland Spode Furniture

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Porcelain

Rare Large Round Antique Spode Serving Platter Dish Plate Camilla Transferware
By Copeland Spode
Located in Bad Säckingen, DE
One of the "Camilla" series by Spode, this is a beautiful large round serving platter or plate with a blue transferware decoration. The decoration features intricate patterns and des...
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1890s English Victorian Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Ceramic

Copeland-Spode English Tray with Blue Transferware Decorations
By Copeland Spode
Located in Prato, Tuscany
We kindly suggest you read the whole description, because with it we try to give you detailed technical and historical information to guarantee the authenticity of our objects. Elegant and refined English octagonal ceramic tray; on the white background, soft and rich blue decorations have been executed using the transferware method; in the center we find the poetic and graceful representation of the Severn River and the town of Bridgnorth (the name of this decoration is "Severn"), while the edges of the tray are adorned with sumptuous and spectacular flower and leaf decorations. The Severn River is the longest river in the United Kingdom (350 km), rising in Wales and flowing into the Bristol Channel; Bridgnorth is an ancient Saxon settlement; observing the view of the river and town from his castle at Bridgnorth King Charles I Stuart (1600-1649) said "the most beautiful sight in all my kingdom". On the back of the tray there are 3 imprinted marks including one with final number 14, then we find in the center a blue mark, these indicate to us exactly that the tray was produced in Stoke-on-Trent by the Copeland-Spode company in 1914 (see mark no.1079 p.172 of "Encyclopaedia of British Pottery and Porcelain Mark). The Spode firm was founded in the heart of the Potteries - Stoke-on-Trent by Josiah Spode in 1770. Josiah Spode is most famous for developing the specific design technique that meant underglaze transfers could be printed on earthenware. Later, focusing on porcelain production, Josiah Spode pioneered the development of a new form of porcelain, originally called "Stoke China...
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Early 20th Century British Victorian Copeland Spode Furniture

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Ceramic

Rare Round Deep Antique Spode Serving Platter Dish Plate Camilla Transferware
By Copeland Spode
Located in Bad Säckingen, DE
One of the "Camilla" series by Spode, this is a beautiful large round deep serving platter or plate with a blue transferware decoration. The decoration features intricate patterns an...
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1890s English Victorian Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Ceramic

Antique Copeland Spode Pottery Pitcher with Golfing Scenes
By Copeland Spode
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This antique pitcher was made by the well known Copeland Spode factory of England in approximately 1890 in the period Late Victorian style. This small p...
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Late 19th Century English Late Victorian Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Pottery

Set of !2 English Hand Painted Cabinet Plates Artist Signed F. Micklewright
By Copeland Spode, Davis Collamore & Co Ltd. 1
Located in Lambertville, NJ
A Set of 12 English cabinet plates by Cauldon, retailed by Davis Collamore NYC. All different scenes of English buildings, castles & churches. All in excellent condition Signed by...
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Early 1900s Edwardian Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Porcelain

Antique English Copeland Late Spode Toby Jug Pitcher Colonial Englishman
By Copeland Spode
Located in Dayton, OH
19th century Copland Late Spode English Staffordshire rare porcelain toby jug in the shape of asdeated colonial Englishman holding a cup and pitcher. 180288...
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19th Century Federal Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Porcelain

Set of 20 Spode Alden Plates
By Copeland Spode
Located in New York, NY
Set of 20 Alden pattern porcelain plates featuring various fruit/flower motifs with an embossed daisy rim. Signed.
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20th Century English Mid-Century Modern Copeland Spode Furniture

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Porcelain

Copeland Spode Dessert Set 8 Plates, 2 Square Plates Blue w/ Florals Butterfly
By Copeland Spode
Located in Great Barrington, MA
This set of 8 Copeland Spode dessert plates is accompanied by 2 matching square serving plates- Perfect for a cheese and fruit course as well as d...
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1920s English Aesthetic Movement Vintage Copeland Spode Furniture

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Porcelain

Set of 10 Antique English Copeland Spode Hand Painted Fruit Plates
By Copeland Spode
Located in Lambertville, NJ
An opulent set of 10 hand painted 9 inch diameter plates, England Circa 1900-1910. These plates with hand painted centers of fruit design with broad gold encrusted borders, Marked Co...
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Early 1900s English Edwardian Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Porcelain

Copeland Neo-Classical Greek Pattern Blue Circular Tureen and Cover
By Copeland Spode
Located in Downingtown, PA
Copeland-Late Spode Neo-classical greek pattern blue circular tureen and cover, 1902 The Spode pottery covered footed tureen of circular form with th...
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Early 20th Century English Neoclassical Revival Copeland Spode Furniture

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Pottery

1920s Copeland Spode George III Pattern Platters for Harrods of London, S/3
By Copeland Spode
Located in Philadelphia, PA
From Copeland Spode, in the George III pattern, a set of three servers, circa early 1920s. “Spode’s George III” was manufactured by WT Copeland & Sons Ltd. of Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England, especially for Harrod’s of London, and is now discontinued. The bright, hand enameled pattern shows a bird pecking at a basket of fruit. Additional sprays of both fruit and flowers are set against an overall background sheet pattern of delicate blue daisies on a white background. The group of three pieces includes: Platter: 10.5 in. L x 7.75 in. W x 1 in. H Platter: 9.75 in. L x 7 in. W x 1 in. H Crescent Dish...
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1920s English George III Vintage Copeland Spode Furniture

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Earthenware

Copeland Spode English Enameled Transferware Cactus Flower Dinner Plates S/6
By Copeland Spode
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A set of six Copeland Spode transfer printed and hand colored plates with embossed rims, Staffordshire, England, circa early 20th Century. A central image shows a black transfer of...
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Early 20th Century English International Style Copeland Spode Furniture

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Ceramic

Copeland Spode for Tiffany Dessert & Tea Set for 12 Floral Japonesque Service
By Copeland Spode
Located in Great Barrington, MA
This is a complete dessert service for 12 that includes the matching coffee or teapot, creamer and sugar made by Copeland Spode, exclusively for Tiffany and Co. The butterscotch col...
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Mid-20th Century English Japonisme Copeland Spode Furniture

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Porcelain

19th Century Copeland Parian Statue, 'Storm' by William Brodie, circa 1858
By Copeland Spode
Located in Pymble, NSW
A Copeland [Spode] parian statue from a model by William Brodie, ARSA. SC, designed in 1858, fully stamped as shown. 'STORM' is stamped in a cartouche on...
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1850s English Early Victorian Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Porcelain

Blue & White Spode Italian Dinner Plate Copeland circa 1920
By Copeland Spode
Located in Austin, TX
Blue & White Spode Italian dinner plate Copeland circa 1920. 4 plates available.
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1920s English Late Victorian Vintage Copeland Spode Furniture

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Ceramic

Set of 12 Copelands for Daniel, London Dessert Plates with Imari Decoration
By Copeland Spode
Located in Great Barrington, MA
These 12 porcelain dessert plates demonstrate the best of both design worlds. Incorporating an early 19th century Imari motif with a combination of jewel-tone enamel colors, these e...
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1890s English Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Porcelain

Early 20th Century English Child's Teapot
By Copeland Spode
Located in Sheffield, MA
The early 20th Century English petite child's teapot is decorated around the opening with fluting as is the rim of the lid. Both pieces of the white teapot are marked "Spode Copeland...
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Early 20th Century English Neoclassical Copeland Spode Furniture

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Pottery

Large Antique English Spode Blue & White Transferware Ironstone Punch Bowl
By Copeland Spode
Located in Pearland, TX
A lovely large antique English Staffordshire blue and white transferware ironstone pedestal punch bowl with a scalloped rim by Copeland, "Spode's Tower" pattern, England, circa 1910....
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1910s English Late Victorian Vintage Copeland Spode Furniture

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Ceramic

Pair 19th Century Renaissance Style Blue Porcelain Vases Spode England
By Copeland Spode
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A visually pleasing pair of elaborately molded and decorated vases from the re known porcelain factory of Copeland Spode England. This pair of 19th centu...
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1880s British Renaissance Revival Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Gold, Enamel

19th Century Copeland Spode Greek Tazza
By Copeland Spode
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
A brightly colored Neoclassical tazza or cake plate in the 'Greek' pattern made by Copeland Spode in the late 19th century. This tazza, in Copeland Spode’s ‘Greek...
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Late 19th Century British Neoclassical Revival Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Earthenware, Pearlware

"Antique Blue and White Porcelain Saucers English 19th Century
By Copeland Spode
Located in Katonah, NY
This elegant pair of English blue and white porcelain saucers was made by Copeland Spode for Mortocks Oxford Street in the late 19th century. The white porcelain is decorated with sw...
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Late 19th Century English Regency Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Porcelain

Beautiful Rare Antique Copeland Spode Creamware Tableware Parts ca 1800s
By Copeland Spode
Located in BAAMBRUGGE, NL
Beautiful rare extensive antique Copeland Spode creamware tableware parts ca 1800s The border outside and inside are Handpainted decorated with...
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1790s English Empire Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Earthenware

Two Spode figurines in the Chelsea style
By Copeland Spode
Located in East Geelong, VIC
These two porcelain figures were part of a series issued by Copeland Spode in 1933, to celebrate the bicentenary of Josiah Spode's birth. To create this series, Spode used...
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1930s English Georgian Vintage Copeland Spode Furniture

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Porcelain

Set of 10, Antique Copeland Spode Armorial Dinner Plates C. 1950
By Copeland Spode
Located in Atlanta, GA
A semi-antique set of 10 Copeland Spode New Stone (made 1920-1960) dinner plates having a navy a armorial central medallion adorned with a bird of prey and a navy and gold leaf aroun...
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20th Century English Copeland Spode Furniture

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Porcelain

COPELAND SPODE - Large Jasperware Pitcher - U.K. - Circa 1833-1847
By Copeland Spode
Located in Chatham, ON
COPELAND SPODE - Rare early antique blue and cream jasperware pitcher - large size - featuring a twig style handle with applied raspberry vines with fruit and leaves to the neck - th...
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Mid-19th Century English Victorian Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Ceramic

Pesach "Seder" plate by Copeland Spode, England 1950s
By Copeland Spode
Located in Milan, IT
Jewish Pesach "Seder" plate by Copeland Spode, England 1950s Fully signed
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1950s English Mid-Century Modern Vintage Copeland Spode Furniture

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Porcelain

Three Beautiful Rare Antique Copeland Spode Creamware Vegetable Tureen with Lid
By Copeland Spode
Located in BAAMBRUGGE, NL
Et of 3 antique Copeland Spode Creamware oval vegetable tureens with lid from ca.1800- The border outside and inside are Handpainted decorate...
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Early 1800s English Empire Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Earthenware

Copeland-Spode Large Ironstone Platter in Chinese Figures pattern, Ca 1900
By Copeland Spode
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a beautiful very large Platter or Meat Plate by Copeland (formerly Spode) in a very decorative hand painted Chinese figure pattern, dating to the turn of the late 19th Centur...
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Late 19th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Pottery

Two English Blue and White Copeland Spode Decorative Plates, Late 19th Century
By Copeland Spode
Located in Atlanta, GA
Two English Victorian period blue and white Copeland Spode plates from the late 19th century, with chinoiserie motifs, priced and sold individuall...
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19th Century English Late Victorian Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Earthenware

Set of 14 Copeland Late Spode Aesthetic Movement Green Parrot Dessert Plates
By Copeland Spode
Located in Great Barrington, MA
This wonderful set of 14 Copeland Late Spode dessert plates will surely add color and whimsy to your place settings. This pattern was originally in...
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Early 20th Century English Copeland Spode Furniture

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Porcelain

Set of 12 Spode Copeland Dinner Plates
By Copeland Spode
Located in New Haven, CT
A set of 12 Spode Copeland porcelain dinner plates with a broad 24 carat gold laurel decorated border on white background.
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20th Century English Neoclassical Copeland Spode Furniture

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Porcelain

Copeland / Spode Large pottery Platter or Meat Plate pattern 8036, Ca 1850
By Copeland Spode
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a beautiful large Platter or meat plate by Copeland (formerly Spode) in a very decorative floral pattern No. 8036, England, dating to circa 1850. The piece is well potted ...
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Mid-19th Century English Victorian Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Pottery

Copeland Spode 6 Piece Wash Set Decorated with Hand Coloured King Chintz Pattern
By Copeland Spode
Located in East Geelong, VIC
This Copeland Spode 6 piece toilet set is decorated with the hand coloured "King" pattern which was issued in 1892. The printed background is of densely packed small white leaves against a green ground, with the larger leaves, branches, flowers and butterflies coloured by hand. The set comprises a wash jug and basin...
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1920s English Arts and Crafts Vintage Copeland Spode Furniture

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Earthenware

Dinner Plate by Copeland Late Spode in Chinoiserie Pattern No. 4089, circa 1850
By Copeland Spode
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a beautiful plate in the Chinese inspired pattern number 4089, produced by the Copeland - Late Spode factory and made of earthenware pottery called Pearl-ware, in the mid 19th century, circa 1850. This plate is well potted with a recessed rim. The pattern is transfer printed under-glaze in cobalt blue, then carefully hand painted in bold coloured enamels over-glaze in Gilt Heightened, Rare Pattern Number '4089' which Depicts Oriental Flowers including Bamboo, Peonies and Prunus Blossom in a garden setting with insects. Similar plates of this period are shown in Steven Smith's book called Spode and Copeland, published by Schiffer. The plate is fully marked to the base, with a transfer printed Copeland Late Spode...
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Mid-19th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Pottery

Spectacular Copeland Spode Chelsea Fantasy Bird Bone China Figurine c 1915-20
By Copeland Spode
Located in Rothley, Leicestershire
A magnificent and eccentric bone china Chelsea Fantasy Bird by Copeland, Spode, inspired by Meissen originals The artist had free range regarding colours - resulting in this fantasti...
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Early 20th Century British Copeland Spode Furniture

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Porcelain

Spode Pitcher & Basin in the Japanese Style
By Copeland Spode
Located in East Geelong, VIC
This Copeland Spode wash jug & basin set is decorated in a pseudo Japanese style made popular after Japan was opened up to the West from the late 1850's. Japa...
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1870s English Anglo-Japanese Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Earthenware

Set of 13 Copeland Spode Dinner Plates with Gold Borders and White Jeweling
By Copeland Spode
Located in Boston, MA
I am offering you this exquisite set of thirteen Copeland Spode dinner plates which have a gold border and white enamel jeweling on a white porcelain body. They definitely look like simple elegance, and they would look beautiful with any dinnerware you already own. They were made exclusively for the luxury brand of T. Goode of London, who had many notable customers like Queen Victoria and the Tsar of...
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1910s English Neoclassical Vintage Copeland Spode Furniture

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Porcelain

Copeland Spode English 'Patricia' Chintz Floral Transferware Dinner Plates, S/6
By Copeland Spode
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A set of six dinner plates in the floral ‘Patricia’ pattern, Copeland Spode, England, circa 1912-1940. Often referred to as the ‘Rose Chintz’ pattern, sh...
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Early 20th Century English Aesthetic Movement Copeland Spode Furniture

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Porcelain

Plate by Copeland Late Spode in Japanese Kakiemon Pattern No. 2117, circa 1850
By Copeland Spode
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a beautiful plate in the Japanese inspired Kakiemon pattern number 2117, produced by the Copeland - Late Spode factory and made of earthenware potte...
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Mid-19th Century English Chinoiserie Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Pottery

Copeland Spode Ceramic Bread and Butter Plates in "Buttercup" Pattern, Set of 11
By Copeland Spode
Located in Oklahoma City, OK
A set of 11 bread and butter plates by Copeland for Spode. This set features 11 round plates with a yellow, blue, and green floral pattern on a cream background. A basketweave design...
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Late 19th Century English Victorian Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Ceramic

Eleven Antique English Dinner Plates, Cobalt Blue Gilded Musical Instruments
By Copeland Spode
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
A rare and wonderful custom set of 11 plates from Copeland Spode England. Rich Cobalt Blue Extended Collars featuring raised gilt encrusted cartouches of musical instruments. Custom ...
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1910s British Neoclassical Vintage Copeland Spode Furniture

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Gold, Enamel

Pair Porcelain Tureens Antique English Made circa 1840
By Copeland Spode
Located in Katonah, NY
We are pleased to offer this pair of English porcelain tureens painted with a striking chinoiserie decoration. They were made by Copeland Spode circa 1840. The decoration on these tu...
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1840s English Qing Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

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Ironstone

12 Copeland Spode Hand Painted Historic Fresh Water Cabinet/Dessert Plates
By Copeland Spode
Located in Great Barrington, MA
This set of 12 hand painted plates are unusual in that they depict scenes of freshwater related locations in America. Most scenic plates focus on Europea...
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1920s English Vintage Copeland Spode Furniture

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Gold

Six Porcelain Saucers with Cobalt Blue Borders Made England 19th Century
By Copeland Spode
Located in Katonah, NY
Six antique porcelain saucers with cobalt blue and gold borders were made in England in the late 19th century. The gilded decoration is simpl...
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Late 19th Century English Regency Antique Copeland Spode Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Copeland Spode furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Copeland Spode furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of ceramic and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Copeland Spode furniture, although gray editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Copeland Spode were created in the Victorian style in united kingdom during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Samuel Alcock & Co., James Dixon & Sons, and William Hutton & Sons. Prices for Copeland Spode furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $52 and can go as high as $6,200, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $810.
Questions About Copeland Spode Furniture
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    Spode Copeland is a brand of fine antique porcelain from Britain. The Spode company started in 1776, and was bought by the Copeland family early in the 1830s. Browse a collection of Spode Copeland porcelain pieces from top sellers on 1stDibs.

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