" /> Printed British Pottery & Porcelain | mug
Courtesy of Derby Museum and Art Gallery

Additional Image:

This scene was originally used for the Marine Society bowls produced at Worcester.  One figure now says (in a bubble) "We will go to Mr Clark's" to make it suitable for electioneering on behalf of Godfrey Bagnall-Clarke in the 1768 Derby election.


Shape Type: Miscellaneous

Pattern Type: Commemorative, Heraldic and Historical Events

Date: 1768


  • Height: 8.80 in (22.352 cm)

Maker: Derby


This mug is printed in black over the glaze with a scene entitled "English Hospitality/ Sutton Hall".  This print bears a printed mark of an anchor and the name "Derby".  The reverse has a scene entitled "Distressed Family".  Both of  these prints were originally used at Worcester but without the titles, which were added to make them suitable for use in the 1768 parliamentary...