West View of Cast Iron Bridge... – Tyneside potteries (oval)
I have broadly arranged this page under the headings of the North Shields partnerships from 1828 to 1846. See here for more detail. However, it is possible that some of the items below are attributable to Robert Maling's Ouseburn Bridge Pottery.
Cornfoot, Colville & Co, North Shields, 1828–1832
Wheat-ear decorated jug – 'the Iron Bridge at Sunderland'
A rare oval transfer unrecorded by Baker used on small- to medium-sized jugs.
A creamware eel pot with similar decoration around the transfer.
Robert Maling, Ouseburn Bridge Pottery or...
Cornfoot, Carr & Co, North Shields, 1832–1838
Green-fleck decorated jug – 'the Iron Bridge at Sunderland'
There is a small scratch to the right of the kiln chimney that shows this transfer is from the same copper plate as the wheat-ear jug above. But at some point the plate has been re-engraved. Note the rope cutting diagonally across the sail in the foreground.
Green-fleck decorated jug – group 2
A rare Tyne version of the oval bridge transfer, unrecorded in Baker.