Product images of Creamware bowl
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We only use premium branded inks, and colours are independently verified to last between 100 and 200 years.
A creamware bowl, with a hand-painted interior depicting a brig under sail, inscribed: 'IOHN DAWSON', 'SUCCESS TO SHE THAT CARRIES ME EATHER (sic) BY LAND OR SEA'. It is painted in black and coloured in green, red, blue and yellow, on a green sea. The vessel wears a large red ensign, jack and red swallow-tailed pennant. Figures are shown on the deck. The outside is printed with four transfers: the sailor's farewell and return after Boitard, and views of Neptune and Amphitrite in chariots with sea creatures.
- Image reference: E5866-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London