South East View of the Iron Bridge over the River Wear – bridge 2
Anthony Scott & Co, Southwick
Above and below, two mugs from the Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums collection. The mug above differs slightly in that it doesn't have the initials 'E' and 'A' on either side of the title. Baker says that they 'may stand for Edward Atkinson, co-owner of the Southwick Pottery 1788-1800'. That seems more likely than them being engraver's initials if they were added at a later date.
The second mug has a large brown frog of a type attributed to Scott's pottery. See here for a link between the frog and an item with the 'SCOTT Southwick' printed mark.
This jug has an imprint decorated with coloured enamels. The mug and second jug below are again from the Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums collection.
A link to neighbouring Moore's Southwick Union Pottery
The canary yellow jug above shares a masonic transfer with the Moore-attributed jug below. The 'Hearts of Oak' transfer (below left) appears to be unique to Moore's Wear Pottery in Southwick. More on that attribution here.