May Peace Once More Our Trade Restore
See the Success to the Shipping Trade page for transfers with a similar ship.
This transfer originated on Tyneside and appears on items with printed marks for J Warburton. Below left is a detail from a Warburton-marked item. Below centre is the same transfer in use by Moore's c1840. Below right is a copy of the transfer found on Scott's items from the 1830s. Note the rows of dots on the sails are different on the Scott version.
May Peace Once More... – Sunderland
Moore & Co, Wear Pottery, Southwick
The jug above is the earliest dated Moore inscription I have recorded so far. It has a rare View of the Cast Iron Bridge.
This late 1830s' to early 1840s' bowl, is from the Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums collection.
And again on an 1840s' jug with a whiter body and similar decoration.
Attributed to Scott & Sons, Southwick, 1830s
The coloured enamels over the transfer are surprisingly similar to those found on the earlier Warburton items.
May Peace Once More... – Tyneside
James Warburton, Quay Side
The mug above is from the Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums collection.