The answer to your question is probably sitting in front of you! If you can tell us everything that is printed, written or impressed on the back of the pieces you have, then we can almost certainly come up with the answer. Byron is an interesting pattern. The Copeland family were lovers of the arts and supported artists in practical ways. Byron was originally registered in 1851 and appears in at least 4 different colour ways, culminating in the famous 1930s brown and green version, which remained in production for many years. The scenes were taken from illustrations in the Art Journal, which was published from 1849 to 1865 and it was not until the 1930s version that the full range of scenes was used. Your china I guess dates from the 1920s or 1930s, but it may be earlier.
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