Surviving examples of this type include the silver-mounted mug painted in this design in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, gifted by J. H. Fitzhenry, mus. no. C.681-1909, illustrated by Michael Archer, Delftware, The Tin-glazed Earthenware of the British Isles, London, 1997, pp. 247-248, C.13.
A further mug painted in this design, without a silver mount, was in the Collection of Thomas Burn, Rous Lench Court, sold, Sotheby's, London, July 1 1986, lot 32 and subsequently in the Longridge Collection, illustrated by Leslie B. Grigsby, The Longridge Collection of English Slipware and Delftware, London, 2000, Vol. 2, p. 277, D252. A mug of this form painted in white with flowers was in the Harriet Carlton Goldweitz Collection, sold in these rooms, January 20, 2006, lot 22, illustrated by F. H. Garner, English Delftware, London, 1948, pl. 30A and F. H Garner and Michael Archer, English Delftware, London, 1972, pl. 49A.
The design also appears on globular mugs, see Frank Britton, London Delftware, London, 1987, p. 90, col. pl. L & p. 135, no. 98, where the author suggests Norfolk House as a production site. Two globular shaped from the F. H. Garner Collection were sold, Sotheby's, London, March 2, 1965, lots 176 and 179.