Northumberland 74 – Sunderland
Attributed to Sunderland Pottery, Dixon, 1830s
A small version of the transfer that appears on finely potted jugs from the 1830s.
Garrison Pottery, Dixon, 1840–65
The second marriage jug is dated 1855. The third with a floral collar.
Northumberland 74 – Tyneside
Attributed to Cornfoot, Carr & Co, North Shields
A small version of the transfer appears on North Shields' jugs with green-flecked decoration from the 1830s.
Carr & Patton, Low Lights Pottery 1
The Carr and Patton version (1840s) is very similar to the Garrison transfer, but with two obvious differences. There is no buoy floating to the left of the ship, and there is no full stop after 74 in the title.
The transfer above is from an immense jug (first line below). Beneath it a masonic jug with the Carr version of the transfer. These jugs of the 1840s could easily be mistaken for Dixon items.
John Carr & Sons, Low Lights Pottery 2
This transfer, although used on Carr items, appears to be Dixon version above. It is likely that Carr purchased the transfer plates when the Garrison Pottery closed in 1865.