A LIVERPOOL CREAMWARE TRANSFER-PRINTED `SUCCESS TO AMERICA` JUG, CIRCA 1795
printed in black with the legend SUCCESS TO AMERICA within a laurel cartouche above the coat-of-arms of the United States, between a verse from “American Freedom” by Edward Rushton, and a map of the Atlantic Coast of America within a cartouche flanked by Washington and Franklin seated an inscribing a book and dating it 1779, attended by allegorical figures emblematic of Liberty, Justice Wisdom, below a figure emblematic of Fame holding a victory laurel and a banner inscribed WASHINGTON, impressed mark to underside, chip to base
24cm. high; 9½in.
Rose Berkeley (1861-1922);
acquired by the above from John Jepp, Worcester, 24 November 1905, ‘Old Leeds ware jug painted Success to American / £10-10-00’
Inventory, 1949, 'A Liverpool jug with transfer decorated: ‘’Success to America’’, 9 ½” high' in the Morning Room