A little health a little wealth... – Tyneside
Attributed to Bird & Co, North Shields, 1823–1826?
Unfortunately, I don't have a high-res image, but you can see on the right of the 'a' in the centre of the transfer a small scratch where the engraver slipped. Also at the right of the 'e' in the second 'little'.
According to this source the proposal to build a bridge linking North and South Shields was made in 1825, which would put this jug in the Bird & Co period of management of the North Shields Pottery. The bridge was never built, and a ferry service was established in its stead.
Attributed to Cornfoot, Colville & Co, North Shields, 1828–1832
This transfer has the same scratches as described above. However, additional foliage has been added, perhaps in 1828 when the pottery changed hands.
Robert Maling, Ouseburn Bridge Pottery or...
Cornfoot, Carr & Co, North Shields, 1832–1838
A completely different version of the transfer to those above.