An English lustreware jug printed with the vessel 'The Star of Tasmania', circa 1865, the reverse prints with an east view of the new bridge Sunderland, 113.5 cm high. Note: the latter print, depicting the 1858 reconstruction of the 1796 cast iron bridge,
Antique English Sunderland lustre plaque. The plaque is decorated with pink and copper lustre and features a transfer design with a coloured wreath and the motto 'Thou God Seest Me'. In the O load do I put my trust, Let me never be confounded, circa 1820's
A large Victorian Sunderland lustre jug signed and dated 1856, the bulbous jug decorated with a lithographic transfer entitled 'Farmers' arms', within a mottled lustre ground further hand painted 'Robert & Sarah Scott, Sunderland September 20th 1856', chip
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