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Tripod Cauldron 

Scottish, c.1800

Signed "Edingtons" for Thomas Edington of Glasgow (1742-1811) owner of the Phoenix Foundry, and founder of the firm Thomas Edington & Sons. A 17th-century form still being made in the 19th century, showing that hearth cooking in cottages continued long after the invention of stoves. Old, untouched surface. The highly visible casting marks give it character (as well as keeping the cost down)! Was $575

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Medieval Bellied Serving Jug 

English, 1450-1550

Lovely patina and signs of centuries of daily use. Cast in two parts, handle brazed on. A plain, functional everyday piece whose age has made it warm to the eye and soft to the touch. We think you'll love it.

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Coat of Arms 

Welsh,

High quality carving, particularly of the dragons, on this Welsh Coat of Arms. Rich color.

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Dish Slope 

English, 18th/19th c.

Just right for your next family feast. Use it to tilt the meat dish so all the juices run to one side where you can easily spoon them up. And when you're not using it you can ask your friends what they think it is -- we bet most will say "doorstop," and you'll have fun correcting them. Good, old color and patina.

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Two-Handled Serving Jug 

English, 1575-1625

There aren't many small, two-handled jugs out there. This one has a round bottom showing that it was intended to be hung when not in use keeping drinkers' pots or glasses topped up. Used in a tavern or a manor house? Who knows or cares. It's a good looking thing with lots of character, and it stands steadily despite its rounded bottom.

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