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From 1847 – 1970’s the company was owned by the Copeland family and as such pieces were often stamped Copeland Spode, but some were just marked as Copeland.
Spode has used hundreds of different styles of stamps and marks during its long history, there have been over seventy-five thousand different patterns recorded.
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Josiah Spode I perfected underglaze transfer printing on earthenwares and produced numerous series of blue printed dinner and other services of spectacular quality.
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