Vintage Spode Copeland Brown Transferware Tea Cup and Saucer Plate Mother Boy Dog


Brand Copeland Spode

Copeland Spode
Circa 1927-50 Tea Cup & Saucer

Another piece from Spode's Byron pattern is this lovely teacup and saucer.
The pattern was first registered with the British registry of designs in 1851. The border is a brown transfer intertwined with bundles of grapes amongst lush ivy. The scene depicts a rural English farmhouse with either a passer by or perhaps a Mothers child being given a drink of water from a jug...The cup details an English cottage on the outside and has a small transfer inside.

The detail in this piece is exquisite and has been painstakingly hand painted in large part with hues of gold, green, blue and red/pink. It has a painted green trim.

See more of this pattern in my shop and at my blog, where you can learn more about it and English transferware:

Condition is very good having no chips, cracks, or reapirs. There is some typical age related crazing and some wear to the green trim

Measures: saucer 5.5"