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Landscape

This pattern is based on a Chinese original from c. 1785. The original was in the Spode Museum in Stoke-on-Trent, next to the Spode version (which is identical to the first plate shown below). NB: This musuem i s closed at present.

It is fascinating to see the changes in colours and design that the LANDSCAPE pattern has undergone over the years, as shown by the photos below.

Oriental-inspired designs featuring a watery landscape with trees, bridges, pagodas, boats, etc are sometimes termed GAUDY WILLOW - a term originating from the USA.

If you like this pattern, you might also like Crown Staffs CHINESE WILLOW pattern.

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Spode Gallery

Spode Landscape 
Spode Landscape (brown)
 
Spode Landscape (1820)
  
Spode Landscape (blue & black)

Crown Staffs Chinese Willow 

Gaudy Willow


Josiah Spode
Blue transfer

c. 1820

This plate is identical to the one in the Spode museum. The reverse is marked STONE CHINA.


WT Copeland & Sons
Brown transfer

c. 1900-24

This is the most widely found and collected version of the pattern.


WT Copeland & Sons
Blue transfer

c. 1906

 


WT Copeland & Sons
Black transfer

c. 1907


As well as the above hand-coloured versions, a plain blue and white version of the pattern can also be found.

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