When first I was a foremast man...
The Dixon version has one row of marks on the sails of the ship.
This transfer appears on a large pedestal bowl, which although unmarked, is of a form and decoration typical of the Garrison Pottery, c1860.
The printed mark is from the bridge transfer on the other side of the jug. The Moore version has two rows of marks on the lower sails of the ship.
The Scott version has one row of marks on the sails of the ship.
Although the bowl below is unmarked, other examples with this orange green and red border, with a double transfer, have been recorded with the Scott impress. The imprint is much clearer than on the mug above, but it is possible they are from the same copper plate.
Ball's Deptford Pottery
A plate with a degraded transfer and faded lustre typical of Ball's Deptford Pottery around the turn of the 20th century. The transfer comes from the same copper plate as the Scott bowl above.