West View of the Cast Iron Bridge – Sunderland
Dawson, Low Ford Pottery
This is Baker's bridge 10, marked 'J. Dawson & Co, Low Ford Pottery'. The shape of the jug suggests it might have been made before 1820.
A jug of similar age and shape decorated with hand-painted flowers.
The copper transfer plate in the Sunderland Museum below.
West View of the Cast Iron Bridge – North Shields
Baker attributes this view, bridge 22, to Dawson's Low Ford Pottery, but I'm unsure on what basis, except perhaps that it resembles bridge 10. It seems more likely to me that the creamware mugs below are from Tyneside.
Attributed to Cornfoot, Carr and Co (1832–1838) or
Carr and Patton, Low Lights Pottery (1838–1846), North Shields – large version
This transfer was almost certainly used under both of the above partnerships at North Shields. In the absence of a dated inscription it is hard to attribute the jugs below to one partnership or the other. The later items are more heavily potted and tend to have darker lustre.
The backs of the jugs shown respectively below with lustre decoration of the handle typical of North Shields.
Below a large jug with a dated inscription for 1838.
Carr and Patton, Low Lights Pottery, North Shields – small version
A smaller version of the transfer from the same pottery.