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Pan

The words 'BEE CONSTANT' can just be made out on the handle of this skillet. This motto is associated with the South Petherton Sturton Foundry. The F mark indicates that...

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...

Cauldron

Unusually this 3 and 1/2 gallon bronze cauldron bears only the mark of its maker Thomas Sturton I. The Foundry's four arc motif is omitted....

Pan

With its slightly outcurved rim, which tapers to a fairly sharp lip, this skillet is typical of the work of Thomas Sturton I of the Sturton Foundry in South Petherton,...

Pan

Made by Thomas Sturton I of South Petherton in 1630, this is the largest and earliest dated of all our skillets. When the skillet is half full of water...

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...

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