The logo at the top of the page is the one used today. The involvement of the last member of the Spode family in the business ended in 1833, and between then and now the company has had many different names, most including the word Copeland, who was Spode's partner and who continued to run the factory. But now Spode has its old name back.
Josiah Spode made enormous contributions to china manufacture in England. His excellent transfer printed wares were much admired, and the quality of his gilding was unsurpassed, but his most important contribution to the development of the industry is undoubtedly the invention of bone china.