For two examples of similar type but not from the same pharmacy, see Louis L. Lipski and Michael Archer, Dated English Delftware,
London, 1984, pp. 386-387, nos. 1666 & 1666A. For a fragment of a jar with a similar label excavated at Vauxhall see Dennis Cockell, 'Some Finds of Pottery at Vauxhall Cross, London', English Ceramic Circle Transactions, 1974, Vol. 9, pt. 2. pp. 221-249, pl. 131.
Hedera terrestris is derived from Glechoma hederacea, which is Ground-ivy.