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This is a very large and impressive Jug or Pitcher over 12 inches tall, made of earthenware pottery by the Copeland (Late Spode) factory in the late 19th century of Victorian England.

This piece is made of earthenware and is well decorated in the oriental pheasant pattern with very colorful and bold enamels. It is marked to the base with a black printed mark - Copeland Late Spode with a Design Registration Mark of RD 80288 and England below which dates this piece to 1891. There is also a Copeland-Spode impressed mark to the base.

A plate with the same pattern is shown in Steven Smith's book on Spode and Copeland, page 107.

Overall, a very impressive large Jug or Pitcher by a quality maker in good condition.



8 in


11 in


12.38 in

Copeland Spode Very Large pottery Pitcher or Jug in Pheasant Pattern, Circa 1891

SKU: C 380
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