Product images of Creamware jug
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We only use premium branded inks, and colours are independently verified to last between 100 and 200 years.
Creamware jug, transfer-printed in black with a scene of warships in action off a fort, representing the Battle of the Nile, 1798. Inscribed below 'LORD NELSON Engaging the TOULON FLEET of [sic] the Mouth of the NILE'. The design is derived from an earlier engraving by Robert Sayer after Swaine showing Captain Richard Tyrell RN in 'Buckingham' engaging 'Florisssant', 'Aigrette' and 'Atalante' on 3 November 1758 (see PAF4612). On the other side, a globe showing Europe, Africa and Asia surmounted by a dove with an olive branch, a rainbow above. There is an elaborate surround of hops and grain and the masonic clasped hands and eye motifs. Inscribed on ribbons 'FREE AND EASY JOHNS', 'FRIENDSHIP FREEDOM AND EASE'.
- Image reference: E5842
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London