Enoch Wood used several marks over his career, but he used them only rarely. Perhaps the best known mark is the impressed "WOOD & CALDWELL" mark he used while in partnership with James Caldwell from January 1791 to July 1818.
Look at the four-petalled pink flower on the center front of Britannia's base. It occurs on figures with the Wood & Caldwell mark, and on unmarked figures that link to Enoch Wood. In other words, Enoch Wood used this flower during and after his partnership with James Caldwell. This flower is akin to an Enoch Wood signature.
This is a close up look at the same Enoch Wood flower on another figure.
The base of the stag, viewed from beneath is rather interesting.
But back to that Enoch Wood flower. Here you see a very generous scattering of them on a small spill vase, formerly in the stock of Andrew Dando.
The little details on our figures matter. They elevate collecting from mere mindless acqusition to an intellectual pursuit. Most figures in your collection are screaming at you, wanting you to piece together their puzzle. So start looking, And shout if you have questions.