A series of sprigged lead glazed? earthenware? jugs with large grotesque faces. The body might suggest Bristol or even Staffordshire but the sprigs are much closer to those on Derbyshire (Brampton/Chesterfield) salt glazed wares.
We associate the Briddons with high quality (often signed) honey coloured salt glaze but they also made bricks (Freebody's Directory 1852) and a lead glazed earthenware copy of the well known monkey jug (made in stoneware in both Staffordshire and Denby) is known with a label indicating manufacture (1850) at the Walton pottery, which is presumed to be that of William Briddon.