West View of the Iron Bridge... – Sunderland
Attributed to Scott's Southwick Pottery
Although this, again unrecorded, transfer it is attributed to Scott's on the basis that it appears on items with distinctive lustre decoration used by that pottery. A mug from the 1830s with typical horizontal lustre strokes and decorated handle.
The transfer on a jug, again with typical Scott lustre decoration.
The handle on the jug below, which is entirely original, is of a shape previously unrecorded on items of Scott's pottery.
Thanks to Ian Holmes for providing the old clipping from the Sunderland Echo on the right. It is a companion view to those on this page (shown left), with a view from the East side of the bridge. Note that the small arch is now on the right side of the Wear. This composite image comes from a mug belonging to Edward Rain who contacted the paper for information about the item.