1850 - 1900
120 x 240 x 240 mm
Place of origin
Tredegar, Newport (Accredited Museum)
Tureen lid. An octagonal and domed, ceramic white tureen lid, from Copeland Spode dinner service 1850-1900, decorated with blue cubic, “Portland Vase” pattern from rim to half way to top, ending in foliate design. Tredegar coat of arms with the griffin and stag crest at the front. Handle to top with white and blue moulded foliate design and air hole the handle’s bases. Visible crazing and a crack at the bottom left corner.
Donated to Newport Museums and Galleries ('1st Yorke donation'). On loan to the National Trust from Newport Museums and Galleries.
Makers and roles
Copeland Spode , manufacturer (ceramic)