It seems P&B weren't the only ones who were recycling their wares by using different transfer designs on the same mould shapes. It appears that P.B&Co (yes, "Co") were at it too. Pinder Bourne and Company used the same tactic as their contemporaries at Powell & Bishop. The common mistake of mis-attributing the two factories just got even more complicated.
Sometimes, life doesn't turn out the way you expected. And sometimes, it is exactly as it was 'meant' to be. But whilst i'm not a believer in fate or fatalism, I do believe that life is a both a learning experience and an obstacle course to be climbed and clambered over in the most creative way possible! In doing so, you'll get to where you should be even if it's not where you'd imagined.