Cf. Surgeon Captain P. D. Gordon Pugh, Naval Ceramics (1971), plate 39; see also J. & G. Lewis, Pratt Ware, English and Scottish relief decorated and underglaze coloured earthenware 1780-1840 (1984), p. 154.
Sir Edward Berry (1768-1831), rear admiral. Berry served with Nelson at Porto Ferrajo in 1796 and at Cape St. Vincent in 1797. He was Nelson's flag-captain at the Battle of the Nile in 1798, where he was captured by the French and his on return to England was knighted. Berry also served at the blockade of Malta in 1800 and Trafalgar in 1805. Nelson is quoted as saying 'Captain Berry is my right hand', after the loss of his right arm. In 1806 he was made a baronet and awarded K.C.B. in 1815 and became a rear-admiral in 1821.