Copeland Spode Victorian Toothbrush Holder Transferware

Manufactured by W.T. Copeland & Sons ca 1850-1867, this is a great example of Englands "Stroke on Trent". The Victorian toothbrush holder is two pieces,the saucer beneath would catch the water to keep it off any fine wood comode. The top looks like a vase with several holes in the bottom. the Aesthetic Movement pattern is unidentified,all I know for sure is that it is a great brown transferware piece. The Copeland Spode pattern is a pillar building with lots of trees around.It almost looks like "Spode Towers",the leaves adorn the very top rim and continue the same design on the underplate. This is unmarked, but I have one piece in the chamber set this came from that has the impressed Copeland hallmark. The dimensions are 5" x 2 1/2" and the saucer is 5" in diameter. Absolutly no chips, cracks or fleabites.Both parts are in remarkable condition.T are two other pieces in this chamber set I am offering in my auction.I can combine shipping fees. This would be a great addition to any Spode/transferware collection. Fixed S/H $7.00.