Shape Type: Miscellaneous

Pattern Type: Landscapes and Waterscapes

Date: 1833 - 1847


  • Diameter: 11.50 in (29.21 cm)
  • Height: 2.75 in (6.985 cm)

Maker: Copeland & Garrett

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A large deep earthenware bowl printed in green underglaze with a view of Cintra from the Byron Views Series, inspired by the source print Cintra drawn by C. Stansfield from a sketch by Captain Elliot and engraved by Edward Findon.   Cintra was the summer home of the Kings of Portugal and was visited by Lord Byron in 1816. 

The pattern was continued by W.T. Copeland, however, in one of the factory pattern books a note referring to this pattern states, "The pattern and plates...are destroyed commencing August 1868."  Reference; Canadian Historic Sites: Spode/Copeland Transfer-Printed Patterns by Lynne Sussman.