O'er the Green Sea
Walker & Co, Seaham Pottery
Below are photos of the Prima jug, dated 1847, in the Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums collection
A mug with an imprint from the same copper plate, but with washes of yellow and green enamels over the transfer.
Another similar mug. Both have ship transfers that appear on the 'Prima' jug.
Thomas Fell, St Peter's Pottery, Newcastle
Attributed to Cornfoot, Carr & Co, 1832–1838
It is hard to be 100% sure about the attribution because I don't have photos of the other sides of the jug. However, the extensive use of purple lustre suggests North Shields.
Unidentified Tyne Pottery
This jug could be either Tyneside or Seaham. This is the only example of this variation of Glide on My Bark that I have recorded.