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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...

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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...

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William Cox established Cox's Brass and Iron Foundry in 1810 as a family business. The Foundry was located in Tancred Street, Taunton. The Foundry produced skillets like this one which...

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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,...

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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...

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

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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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