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Cauldron

This 7 gallon cauldron is characteristic of the maker John Sturton I of South Petherton. Features associated with John Sturton I include the lower parts of the lug handles protruding...

Painting of the Bean/Lucas family

Reginald Henry Bean is shown with his wife Emma Lucas and three children Anna Louisa, John Rodbard and Henry Lucas. Emma was the daughter of John Robert Lucas who founded...

Painting of Thomas Pigott

Colonel Thomas Pigott became MP for Bridgwater in 1647. In the same year he married Florence Smyth a wealthy widow who lived at Ashton Court in North Somerset. In the...

Cauldron

The work of John Sturton II, this large cauldron is not only inscribed with the date of 1683 and maker's marks but also has a decorative design of circles, dots,...

Cauldron

Dated 1710 this fine, decorative cauldron is the work of John Fathers II of Montacute. It features the decorative motifs of two wires enclosing a double band of lunettes, unusually...

Pan

This 3 and 1/2 pint skillet features the marks of John Fathers I, who worked in the foundry in Montacute between 1650-1688....

Pan

This skillet has clearly been well used as its legs have been replaced. Despite the lack of identification mark, the faded letter B and Maltese cross on the handle suggest...

Print of Huish Episcopi Church Tower

John Piper took inspiration from Somersetês remarkable medieval architecture. He painted and made prints of many of the countyês churches. This screenprint is of the magnificent tower at Huish Episcopi....

Pan

Dated 1666, this converted skillet is the oldest vessel in the Fathers of Montacute collection. Having lost its original handle and legs this skillet has been converted with the addition...