The platter has added the eagle, two men, rushing waterfalls, rocks in the water, wooden supports to the bridge, and a wooden road leading down to the bottom of the platter. It has eliminated the man on the center of the bridge, and added a man on horse back to the left of center.
The pitcher (perhaps following the lead of the platter) also has added rushing waterfalls, a wooden fence leading down to the left, a wagon with a man on it and a house on the right. It has two bridges (one on each side) similar to the bridge in the original print with one man on each bridge.
Both the platter and the pitcher are more like one another than they are to the print or the Adams plate. No? Dora
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