Please read my previous blog post first. I've been thinking about the other Dixon transfers that appear on Scott plaques. As before, the first three rows below are Dixon. The fourth row is attributed to Scott, and the fifth to Moore & Co. There were a few holes in my series, so I've filled them with photos of Lord Lucan (also missing).
I haven't examined them closely enough yet, to work out whether each column of plaques comes from the same plate, but it seems logical that they should be. Obvious as it now appears, I hadn't registered before that Dixon never made a 'Praise Ye/Yea the Lord' plaque. Or perhaps they did, but for some reason produced very few of them. (Perhaps Lord Lucan has one.)
In case you're wondering what happened to Wesley and Clarke, Dixon's two other common religious transfers, remember that those transfer plates went to John Carr's Low Lights Pottery in North Shields, presumably in 1865 when the Garrison Pottery closed. See my previous blog posts on the Dixon Wesley and Dixon Clarke.
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