Manufacturer of earthenware, parian, fine porcelain. Josiah Spode: c.1770 to April 1833. Copeland & Garrett: c.1833 to 1847. W. T. Copeland & Sons: c.1847 to 1970. Spode Ltd: 1970 to present. Josiah Spode established a pottery at Stoke-on-Trent, England, in 1770. In 1833, the firm was purchased by William Copeland and Thomas Garrett and the mark was changed to Copeland Spode. In 1847, Copeland became the sole owner and the mark changed again. W.T. Copeland & Sons continued until a 1976 merger when it became Royal Worcester Spode.

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