West View of the Cast Iron Bridge
This view is perhaps the most striking omission from Baker's Appendix II of bridge transfers.
John Phillips, Sunderland Pottery
It's astonishing how black this early imprint of the transfer is. This likely dates from the John Phillips era at the Garrison Pottery, 1807–1812. On this early imprint you can just make out the engraver's signature W Cockburn to the lower left of the lion. Walter Cockburn is known to have engraved plates for Phillips and Dawson too (see here).
A canary yellow mug from the Sunderland Museum & Winter Gardens, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums collection.
Dixon, Austin & Co, Sunderland Pottery (1818–1839)
The first jug below dated 1828, and the last with an inscription for 1830.
Below is a creamware jug with the same transfer with the mark 'DIXON & AUSTIN Sunderland Pottery', and lustre decoration around the collar and foot. This pattern of lustre decoration around the spout was used from the early 1820s to the late 1830s.
The jugs below have the same transfer but decorated with coloured over-enamels. The first has an inscription for 1830.
Below a typical Dixon frog mug from the 1820s.