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The Philippines, being a country archipelago of islands and seas, have naturally wonderful beaches, some of which are famous the world over.
In addition to mugs, oversized cups and saucers, soup bowls, plates and punch bowl sets there are jugs, often around 17 - 18 cm (7") high. (Pre 153 when taken over by Cobridge Pottery) AW Gale.
The cider was drunk from traditional Cider Mugs of varying design and capacity with one, two or three handles. used by the pottery of Lancaster & Sandland Ltd of Dresden Works, Hanley, Staffs wwho traded from 1944 to 1970s.
The 'Farmers Arms' mugs bear an agricultural theme and were used extensively in the cider drinking areas of the West of England almost two centuries ago.
The Muricay Beach is located further away, at 4 kilometers, but the white sands and clear seas more than make up for the distance.
There are also mangrove tracts and seaweed plantations nearby, for those who are interested in such plant specimens.
The coral reefs are artificially made, but the whole place is very much ideal for swimming, fishing, and boating.
During low tides, a smaller, more undeveloped island appears and like the rest, is also suitable for fishing and swimming.
Most of this pottery and china is illustrated with farming equipment of the time, (winnowers, ploughs, rakes, pitchforks, shovels, axes, barrels, pails, scales etc) livestock (horses, cattle, sheep and poultry), and produce such as a wheatcrop and wheatsheaf decorated with intertwining leaves and scrolls.
Often the farmers wife is shown hard at work churning butter while the farmer pours a mug of ale (hopefully to offer to his hardworking wife - but probably not, given the era of production! Extracted from: Kind Permission The following are potteries who have at one time produced God Speed The Plough or Farmers Arms Mugs.
Leeds pottery apparently also produced 'Farmers Arms' crockery.
Sunderland also produced pearlware (pink lustre and black transfer printed) Farmers Arms plaques and mugs etc - some with the 'Sailors Farewell' on the reverse, as did other makers.
Burgess & Leigh apparently also produced a mug with the following verse: We plough the fertile meadow And sow the furrow'd land But yet the waving harvest Depends on God's own hand 'Tis his mercy gives us The sunshine and the rain That paints in verdant beauty The mountain and the plain.