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|A neo-classical coffee pot with bright-cut decoration, Newcastle circa 1780 (date letter not struck), by Langlands and Robertson - also marked on the underside. The pot is crested with a Saracen's head for Johnson among others.
Research indicates that the only family entitled to this crest who were resident in the vicinity of Newcastle were the Johnsons. Francis Johnson was Mayor of Newcastle in 1794.
|A heavy cream jug with serpent handle , by John Tapley London 1851 (retailed by Makepeace), crested with three feathers issuing forth from a coronet.
|A circular cream jug with cast handle and spout with mask, the body decorated with flat chasing. London, 1820 by IB (probably for John Baddeley).
|An oval brightcut creamjug with gadrooned border on 4 ball feet London 1813 perhaps by Peter and William Bateman .
|A double-spouted milk jug, by Wakeley and Wheeler London 1900, crested with a marten above the motto DEO ET REGE.