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A small earthenware jug decorated with orange lustre. It is transfer-printed in black to the right of the handle with an anchor on a shield with a rope twist in chief. The supporters are two seamen holding British ensigns and the crest is a ship. Below it, the motto: 'DEUS DAB. VELA' and 'MARINERS ARMS'. There is a shipping scene and a gun, anchor and shot behind the shield. On the other side of the jug is a verse within a hand-coloured floral wreath with a brig above: 'Thou noble bark of brightest fame/That bear'st proud England's honoured name/Right welcome home once more!/Welcome thou gallant little sail/In England's name I bid thee hail/And welcome to her shore'.
- Image reference: E6065
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Fawssett Collection