The first in the series features moulded relief
depicting the victories of Admiral Veron at Portobello and Fort Chargre
in 1739 and 1740, the detail taken from medals struck to commemorate
The second in the series is cylindrical heart
shaped in plan. Moulded on the body and lid are grape vines, traditionally
incororated in romatically themed pottery of the period. The spout
features an animal head and neck with serpents and masks and features
a notched handle. From John and Thomas Wedgwood, Staffordshire, early
The third in the series is in the form of a
three story house moulded to one side with 'The Arms of England'
and 'The Arms of Holland' to the reverse. The arm shaped spout is
moulded with serpents and masks and features a notched handle. From
John and Thomas Wedgwood, circa 1745.