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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.
Price: £2,450.00 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.
|An unusually heavy helmet-shaped cream jug London, 1863 by the Lias Brothers, crested with a reindeer's head out of a mural coronet.
|An oval creamjug with brightcut border and gilt border by Robert and David Hennell, London 1798 crested with a cockatrice out of 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).
|A rectangular cream-jug with gadrooned border on 4 ball feet, part engraved by William Bennett (?) London 1806 initialled RMJS.
|An oval brightcut creamjug with gadrooned border on 4 ball feet London 1813 perhaps by Peter and William Bateman .
|A mysterious dispenser of unusual form with spout and bifurcated handle by Harry Atkin, Sheffield 1912 and Registration No: 555685 -- perhaps a dessert drizzler.