Bonnie Prince Charlie small prototype character jug modeled by Stanley J. Taylor and produced by Royal Doulton of Burslem, England, in 1990. Charles Edward Stewart (1720-1788) was known as the Young Pretender. He landed at Inverness, Scotland, in 1745 with seven companions intent on overthrowing the Crown. Through his charm, he became the leader of the Jacobites, supporters of the Stewart line. Arriving in Edinburgh with 2,000 Highlanders, he moved southward through England as far as Derby before withdrawing to Scotland due to lack of support and opposition from the Duke of Cumberland and his men. Disastrously defeated at Culloden Moor in 1746, the Bonnie Prince wandered through the highlands for five months with a price of thirty thousand pounds on his head . With help from Scottish supporters, he successfully escaped to France. From there he roamed Europe, becoming a drunkard, until settling in Rome for the rest of his life, the Stewart cause lost forever. A thistle of Scotland and crown form the handle of this jug.