Until very recently, I'd never considered that the small rectangular plaques might be attributable to Scott (see my previous blog post on the subject). The brown-edged plaques most commonly associated with Scott are heavily potted, large and clunky (see below left). The smaller rectangular plaques are just the opposite (see below right).
This morning I looked for a transfer that might unite the small rectangular plaques with the larger brown-edged ones, but didn't find what I'd expected. The 'Prepare To Meet Thy God' transfers are almost identical. However, look at the verse that runs above the trumpetting angel. On the small rectangular plaque it begins 'In the O Lord ...'. Whereas on the brown-edged plaque it begins 'In thee O Lord...'.
'The' appears on finely potted circular plaques (below left) from the same mould as the three circular plaques above. Whereas 'thee' appears on circular plaques from Cornfoot, Colville & Co (Newcastle) (below right).
'Prepare To Meet Thy God' rarely appears on jugs etc (see lot 418 of the Tolson Collection catalogue for a jug with the Cornfoot, Colville & Co 'Prepare' transfer). Perhaps somewhere there's a Scott-marked jug with a 'Prepare' transfer?