I'll have a go without the details from the back. Your china is a pattern called Vienna Bird. This is more of a family of patterns, as there are many variants and versions, with different colours, pattern details and shapes. I don't think they have ever all been listed and collated. Most have these exotic or even fictional birds. The design seems to have originated in the early 1900s and at times the name may have been simply Vienna. It became a more formalised series of patterns in the 1920s under the name Vienna Bird.
Your version is number 2/8078, which was introduced in 1926. I would expect to find COPELAND, Spode Impl., Rd No 90067 impressed in the back for the ivory earthenware body and a date code of a letter over and two numbers, plus a printed backstamp probably the seal mark with Copeland, Spode, England?
In one version or another Vienna Bird seems to have remained in production into the 1960s.
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