Attributed to Dawson & Co, Low Ford, Sunderland
This mug is attributed to Dawson on the basis of its frog. However, I am yet to find a similar frog on a marked Dawson's item. These frogs are usually completely brown, so it is highly unusual to find a spotted version.
Attributed to Cornfoot, Carr & Co, North Shields
It is possible that this is from the same transfer plate as mug above, which might call into question the Dawson attribution. However, I couldn't find any nicks or scratches that would conclusively link them. NB C, C & Co are known to have copied Dawson transfers, see here.
A jug from the National Maritime Museum Collection, Greenwich, London, with transfer. The 'Loss of Gold' transfer has an obliterated printed mark from the earlier North Shields partnership, Collingwood & Beall. However, these jugs are firmly attributable to the 1830s.