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Transfer-printed lustreware

This term has 17 records attributed within our system.

Term type

Object category


8yrs ago

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Factory: S. Moore & Co
Wear Pottery (Alternative name)
Moore's Pottery (Alternative name)

Victoria & Albert


Production: Unidentified factory (Probably)

Mrs Basett jug


Pottery: Unidentified factory (Probably)

'Sailor's Return' Jug


Factory: Scott Brothers & Co (Possibly)
Scott's Southwick Pottery ((alternative name))

Sunderland ship jug


Factory: Dawson's Pottery (Possibly)
Factory: Scott Brothers & Co (Possibly)

Henry Hunt jug


Production: Wood & Caldwell (Possibly)
Enoch Wood and Sons (Possibly)

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