The Token or Jack's Safe Return to his True Love
Moore & Co, Wear Pottery, Sunderland
Two bowls with the transfer, both with the Moore & Co impress and Crimea transfer.
Below a jug with typical Moore lustre decoration. It has a transfer of the New Sunderland Bridge, so post 1859.
Scott of Southwick, Sunderland
A jug with typical Scott flower decoration around the collar, c1850.
A later jug with the transfer paired with the Sailor's Return, likely late 1850s. Beneath it, a bowl with a 'Crimea' transfer, also likely late 1850s.
The transfer on the plaque is a fainter imprint making it hard to compare. It is likely from a similar date as the jug and bowl above.
C T Maling, Ouseburn Bridge Pottery, Newcastle
The transfer appears on a wash bowl with an impressed mark. The large jug beneath it is typically unmarked.