Crimea – Sunderland
There are so many versions of this transfer that almost every item I've looked at has a different one.
Moore's Pottery 1
Scott's sent 'blanks' to Moore's for decoration during this period, so the transfers on the bowls below sometimes appear on marked 'SCOTT' items. The zig-zag lustre decoration is typical of Moore's.
Below is an unmarked eel pot with the same transfer. Note the curved diagonal slant of the word CRIMEA.
Moore's Pottery 2
This transfer, which appears on typical Moore plaques, has some striking differences from the one above. Note the positioning of the text 'Crimea' in the shield. In that respect it is similar to the Scott's transfers below.
Scott's Pottery 1
Scott's had multiple variations of the same transfer, distinguishable by small details such as the distribution of dots on the lion's cheek. The details below are from Scott's Pottery 1, 2 & 3, shown left to right.
Scott's Pottery 2
Scott's Pottery 3
Scott's Pottery 4
Scott's Pottery 5
Crimea – Tyneside
C T Maling
Below, a large marriage jug with the same transfer dated 1857, and another similar jug.