Unidentified Maker 2

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This is a small group with routine but distinctive sprigs.

I have seen 2, 4 (two shapes) and 6 pint jugs, all with seemingly identical handle terminal, windmill and jug waving toper but two slight variants of Toby.

I also have a tobacco jar with most of the same group but Toby replaced by a thinking (sleeping?) toper.
Although very similar in style they vary in quality of moulding and production may span several decades. 1840s to 1860s?
I suspect a London origin but need to see more variants.