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For the term "trivet".

English “Cat” Trivet

Materials: Cast Brass. Dimensions: Height 40 cm  (15 3/4 in), width 30 cm (11 3/4 in). Place of Origin: England. Date: 1780-1810. Maker/Retailer:  Unknown. Present Location: Private collection. Explanation: This is an English cat...

Cast Iron Trivet

Material: Cast iron Dimensions: Length overall: 31.8cm / 12 ½in, Width: 19.7cm / 7 ¾in, Legs: 4.2cm / 1 ⅝in Place of Origin: Baltimore, Maryland, USA Date: 1843 Maker or Retailer: William B. Rimby...

Welsh Dragon Trivet

Material: Wrought iron Dimensions: Height: 11cm / 4 ⅜in, Width: 23cm / 9in Place of Origin: Grosmont, Monmouthshire, Wales Date: Late 19th or early 20th century Maker or Retailer: John Bryan Senior or John...

Footman

Material: Cast brass and wrought iron Dimensions: Width: 24.2cm / 9 ½in Place of Origin: Warrington, England Date: Probably early 19th century Maker or Retailer: Ainsworth Present Location: Private collection Explanation: The footman served the same purpose as the trivet,...

The Journal, Vol. 14, 2006

Contents: Casters, Dredgers and Muffineers: 1680-1840. Andrew J. Crawforth “Surrey” Enamels Reattributed, Part 2: An Illustrated List of Known Types. Claude Blair and Angus Patterson Japanning on Metal: Recent Experiments. Cynthia Gorman Old Copper Website: www.oldcopper.org. Vin Calcutt...

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