Product images of Creamware jug
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A creamware jug, transfer-printed in black and hand-coloured in red, blue and yellow. On one side a view of the Wearmouth bridge and shipping, inscribed 'A West View of the Iron Bridge/at Sunderland Begun Sepr/24th 1793 and Opened 9th Augt 1796', 'Height/100 feet', 'Span/236 feet'. On the other side, warships in action off a fort representing the Battle of the Nile, inscribed beneath 'Lord Nelson/Engaging the Toulon/Fleet of the Mouths/of the Nile', 'The young Alexander of France/May boast of his prowess in vain/When Nelson appears tis confest/That Britons are Lords of the Main'.
- Image reference: E6050
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Walter Collection