Success to all sailors... – Tyneside potteries
All the transfers on this page share the same flaw, visible to a greater or lesser degree: a small scratch coming off the bottom right of the letter 'L' in 'Lives'.
Attributed to Cornfoot, Carr & Co, North Shields, 1832–1838
All the jugs below have similar decoration around the transfer. The Earl Grey transfer suggests that these were made c1832. The last has an unusual moulded handle. The yellow enamel suggests it might have been made later.
A jug with slightly different decoration. These jugs without yellow enamels tend to be earlier in date, although the degraded transfer on this one perhaps suggests otherwise.
This jug is dated 1833, so that's the earliest it could have been made.
Attributed to Attributed to Robert Maling, Ouseburn Bridge Pottery or
Carr & Patton, North Shields 1838–1846
A jug with the later version of the bridge transfer with long masts in the background, thought to be made after 1838.