Here is a charming little set called Spode’s Tower made by Copeland and based on an 1811 design by Spode. (Copeland took over the Spode Pottery in 1833.) Both pieces have pie crust edges; the little cup sports a double pierced handle which stands above the rim. Both pieces feature the well-known Spode scene featuring a tower and river, done here in flow blue.
Cup: 3 1/8” rim to handle end x 2 ¼” tall. Saucer: 4 ½” diameter.
Mark in blue is Copeland / Spode’s Tower / England inside an oval.
Condition of both pieces is excellent. There is a bit of stray blue paint on saucer.
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