See Joan Jones, Mintons, The First Two Hundred Years of Design & Production, Shrewsbury, 1993, p. 338 for a listing of titled wares by Solon including a 'slab' entered in the year 1877 titled 'The Wreck'.
Note the Thomas Goode paper label on the reverse is inscribed in ink, 'Capt. Harvey/The Cliff/Shanklin/Folio 225.'. Shanklin Cliff and historic village is located on the Isle of Wight.
Also see Reports of the United States Commissioners to the Paris Universal Exposition 1878, p. 133. The US Commissioner Blake in his report to the House of Representatives notes Solon's 'work is incomparably superior to that of any of his imitators, far surpassing in art value the best examples of figure subjects from the kilns of Sèvres. He alone fully and satisfactorily unites skill in the technique of paste and glaze and the genius of sculptor and designer. His favourite subjects, as is well known, are the female form, Cupids and cherubs. He delights in illustrating the pranks Cupid plays with the hearts of maidens.'