Thanks to Ian Holmes for this next snippet on the 'Southwick' Wesley. At last we have a 'Southwick' Wesley on a bowl with an impressed mark.
Ian found a list of Southwick marks in a Sunderland Museum catalogue of a Scott exhibition in 1988. It shows a 'daisywheel' design impress, with 13 petals, found on a later Scott jug. This is the mark on the bowl. Click on the images to enlarge.
After yesterday's tribulations, this is good news for the attribution of a 'Southwick' Wesley!
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