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Circa 1800's Pewter Honey Mustard Jar with Serving Spoon and Makers Mark
Circa 1800's Pewter Honey Mustard Jar with Serving Spoon and Makers Mark
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Circa 1800's Pewter Honey Mustard Jar with Serving Spoon and Makers Mark
Part Number HPT-08-040ED
Antique honey or mustard jar with serving spoon.  Jar has the numbers 32 and 565, EPBM = E.P.B.M.  Electroplated Britannia Metal,even though there is no plating showing on pewter.  Used to designate a piece of Britannia Metal that has been silver plated, and makers name James Dixion & Sons Sheffield.  James Dixon & Sons founded 1806 in Sheffield, was one of the major British manufacturers in the Industrial Revolution of the 19th century.   Serving spoon has the name of John Yates, the most important member of the Yates family.   John Yates had a successful life and business. Various partnerships were created where Yates was one of the main associates and their pewter products were famous at global level.
 
 
Jar  Size:  3.25" H x 3" W x 4.75" D including handle
 Weight:  .75 lb
 
Spoon Size:  6.75" H x 1.75" W x 1.75"D
Weight:  Less than .25
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