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A good Sunderland bowl by Scott's Southwick Pottery, 1788-1897. Of typical form and decoration with three transfer panels on the exterior and four on the interior. External panels are THE TOKEN, OR JACK'S SAFE RETURN TO HIS TRUE LOVE, a text panel poem beginning The sun is up we'll brush the dew, and hear the huntsman's gay halloo..., A WEST VIEW OF THE CAST IRON BRIDGE OVER THE RIVER WEAR BUILT BY R. BURDON Esq.  The internal panels are: a repeat of THE TOKEN..., a text poem When tempest's mingle sea and sky..., and another, Now weigh the anchor hoist the sail..., and a panel celebrating the alliance of England and France as allies in the war in Crimea. Coloured by hand with the typical copper resist lustre decoration. Three minor expansion cracks to the top rim. Impressed SCOTT mark to the bottom.

Uncommon.

SCOTT, SOUTHWICK POTTERY, SUNDERLAND LUSTRE BOWL.

AU$600.00Price
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