Physical Description

4.5" rim. Flawed - smudged print. See photocopied material in Supp. File 04/55/-/35/-

More Information

  • Collection Names

    Little Lon Collection

  • Collecting Areas

    Historical Archaeology

  • Acquisition Information

    Transfer from Heritage Victoria, Industry Superannuation PropertyTrust, 03/05/2005

  • Manufacture Name

    W.T. Copeland

  • Manufacture Date

    1847-1867

  • Inscriptions

    On base: 'Copeland Late Spode' / '8' (TP).

  • Context Number

    02/22

  • Site

    [CCS] Commonwealth Block, Melbourne

  • Distinguishing Marks

    maker's mark

  • Activity

    tea service

  • Specific Activity

    cup

  • Decoration

    transfer print

  • Pattern

    Classical Scene

  • Colour

    blue

  • Moulding

    Classical Scene

  • Placement

    Double-sided

  • Form

    Straight rim; Tapered body; Pedestal foot (base)

  • Shape

    Round

  • Provenance

    England, Stoke-on-Trent

  • Classification

    Historical archaeology, Food service, Tea consumption

  • Category

    History & Technology

  • Discipline

    Archaeology - Historical

  • Type of item

    Object

  • Exhibition Collection Management

    160 mm (Length), 160 mm (Width), 69 mm (Height)
    dimensions are for cup and saucer together

  • EAMC Measurements

    114 (Circumference), 163.48 (Weight)

  • Dimensions

    70 mm (Height)
    Measurement From Conservation.

  • EAMC Measurements

    163.48 (Weight)

  • References

    G. A. Godden 'Encyclopedia of British Pottery and Porcelain Marks', 1991
    171 Pages

  • Keywords

    Making History - Little Lonsdale Street