|"The Learned Dog" on the cover of "Dishy Animals ABC."|
|Child's yellow glazed 2.25 inch mug "The Learned Dog" and lid from a yellow ware pot. The difficult to decipher print under the dog says (I think) "The Young Sportsman."|
|Child's yellow glazed mug "The Learned Dog" (standing on a mixed up alphabet) and the other side of the yellow ware lid with the mixed up alphabet. The alphabet was used as a teaching tool.|
|Yellow ware printed pot/"Innocence & Truth/Probably the best print on on the pot.|
|Poor quality printing on one side of the lidded pot.|
|I could only make out the first line of the "Potters' Art" because it appears on my yellow printed brownware mug.|
|Hard to say exactly what the caption says under the dog. Perhaps it is "For A Young Sportsman."|
I would love some feedback about my transfer practice theory. I would even like to know the use of this pot. Did it have anything to do with children? The Potters' Art poem, the jumbled alphabet, and the dog are all found on items made for children.