Pattern Category: Based on Chinese Originals

Alternate Names: Two Temples II, Variation Broseley

Object Type: Wares for Breakfast and Tea


  • Diameter: 6.5 inches

Source: Chinese Original


This pattern was copied directly from a Chinese original design and was one of the earliest printed patterns produced on porcelain at Caughley c. 1780. The pattern was used mainly on tea services and it is said to have been named after a neighboring town, Broseley.  Josiah Spode recognized the temple and garden (or Two Temples) in the pattern and thus the Spode factory has used the title Two Temples II, Variation Broseley.  The pattern is shown here on a round bone china tea plate printed in a light blue underglaze. 

Drakard/Holdway Pattern Number P614

Mark Types and IDs

Transfer Printed 33