Farmers' Arms – Sunderland
Scott's Southwick Pottery – 1
An eel pot, c1855 (NB similar flower-decorated pots are found with the 'Crimea' transfer), with the same version of the transfer.
Scott's Southwick Pottery – 2
Very similar to the 'plate 3' transfer below, but note the shading on the knife handle in the foreground (top right detail).
An exceptionally well decorated jug below with the inscribed date, 1857. The bluebell decoration around the collar is reminiscent of Scott's jugs from the 1830s.
Scott's Southwick Pottery – 3
Ball's Deptford Pottery
This later, orange-bordered plaque, from the last quarter of the 19th century, appears to be from the same transfer plate as the plaque above.
Moore's Wear Pottery
A bowl with a indistinct Moore impress, c1860.
Below, an over-sized mug with the transfer, likely earlier than the bowl above.
Farmers' Arms – Tyneside
Robert Maling, Ouseburn Bridge Pottery, Newcastle
See the 'Life's a ship...' page for details of this attribution. The bowl is finely potted and was likely made in the 1840s.
The mug below has an almost identical transfer to the one above, and may even be from the same transfer plate. Ian Sharp attributes it to Thomas Fell, again from the 1840s.