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1847 to 1970: the company was owned outright by the Copeland family and a variation on Copeland or W. Copeland was used; again often in conjunction with the Spode name. In 1970, to celebrate the supposed bicentenary of the founding of the company, the name reverted to Spode with a new logo designed by John Sutherland Hawes.
Above is an unusual backstamp which includes the name of the pottery body (ie recipe).
Learning about styles and shapes can also help date pieces, particularly on the older pieces from the early 1800s when many were not marked.
There are few recorded dates for the introduction and use of any of the Spode backstamps.
( A great help to dating wares from the late 1800s to 1963 is that there are often impressed marks on pieces which give you the month and the year.
These are usually on flat pieces, for example on a saucer but not on a cup.
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