John Wesley and George Kinloch
The Wesley plaque is 158 mm diameter. George Kinloch is 160 mm. These plaques are attributed to Staffordshire because their transfers appear on jugs and mugs with decoration that is unlike anything produced in the North East. Ian Sharp suggests they could come from Chesworth & Robinson, who were 'prolific with their commemorative subjects'. However, the jury is out on this attribution. There are 'Prepare To Meet Thy God' and 'Thou God Seest Me' plaques, very similar in decoration to the Wesley and Kinloch above, which have transfers I've attributed to Thomas Fell.
The first plaque is smaller (153 mm diameter) and has the impressed letter 'B' on the reverse (shown beside it). The other two plaques aren't marked. The source for these plaques is an engraving after a miniature painting by J. Barry (centre image).
Plaques with 'segmented circle' impressed mark
The first three plaques above have a 'segmented circle' impressed mark (like a sliced cake). See the Charles Wesley hymns page for the transcribed text on the Wesley transfer, and the portraits page for the text beneath George Kinloch. The fourth plaque isn't marked, but is of the same size and script as the one (top right) above it.
Black-bordered pearlware plaques
The plaques below are almost always attributed to Staffordshire. See the portraits page for further examples with the boxers Spring and Langan.
Rev John Wesley
The text on the above plaques reads 'REVEREND JOHN WESLEY. M.A. Aged 87.' The rectangular version comes in three different sizes: small, 145mm x 120mm; medium, 182mm x 148mm; and large, 213mm x 170mm. Photos show smallest first, in which the full text is cropped. An engraving, by William Ridley (1764–1838) after a miniature by R Arnold (fl 1770–1810), is the source for this transfer.
Dr Adam Clarke
Faith, Hope and Charity
Faith, Hope and Charity come in two sizes with different transfers. The larger sized plaques, 8" x 6.5", on the top row. The smaller sized plaques, 5.5" x 4.5", on the second row. Below are black and yellow bordered versions, a white version, and an oval-shaped plaque with a brown border.