Attributed to John Carr and Sons, Low Lights Pottery, North Shields – 1
A bowl with the transfer printed in sepia with verses associated with North Shields.
Attributed to John Carr and Sons, Low Lights Pottery, North Shields – 2
A small pedestal bowl with a variation of the transfer. Note the shading of the clouds and the dotted diagonal line under the bridge, which also appears on the second bowl below.
Below a slop bowl, which better shows the title of the transfer.
Attributed to John Carr and Sons, Low Lights Pottery, North Shields – 3
A small mug and pedestal bowl with what appears to be a third variation of the transfer. The clouds under the bridge are again slightly different. The wavy lustre decoration was used by Carr c1870 and there are orange-lustre versions of these bowls, suggesting a relatively late date.
Redhead, Wilson & Co, Forth Banks, Newcastle Pottery – 1833–1838
The transfer as it appears on a highly decorated bowl with a dated inscription from 1835.
The same transfer on a small jug. Both Dixon (Sunderland) and Newcastle appear to have made these small blue-collared jugs.