Rejoice in the lord
For an overview of pink lustre plaques with religious subjects, click on the religious heading above.
Attributed to Maling, Newcastle
These plaques, although unmarked, are of forms associated with Maling. See the Maling plaques page for other circular, leaf‐bordered plaques.
Attributed to John Carr, Low Lights Pottery, North Shields
The first three plaques come from the same transfer plate as the large rectangular plaques attributed to John Carr & Sons, c1860. The first two plaques were likely made in the 1830s under the partnership of Cornfoot, Carr & Co, 1832–18. Click here to read more about the dates of the North Shields Pottery partnerships.
Albion Pottery, Newcastle, and attributed to John Carr, Low Lights Pottery, North Shields
The orange plaque with impressed initials 'G & A' for Galloway and Atkinson, Albion Pottery, 1864. The bottom left plaque is typical of John Carr & Sons. It appears that Carr acquired the transfer plate sometime after the G&A partnership dissolved.