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a shallow metal bowl (usually with a handle)

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For subsequent works that develop this analysis, see Anne Porringer Saab, Reluctant Icon: Gladstone, Bulgaria and the Working Classes, 1856-78 (Harvard UP, 1991); James Vernon, Politics and the People.
As Edma enters [Charlotte's room], the little porcelain porringer glowing like the Grail between her hands, Charlotte vomits blood, ropes of it, exultant" (62).
Staffers could anticipate Luce's condolences on a relative's death or, on the birth of a baby, a silver Tiffany porringer engraved with the inscription: "To Cathy from Harry Luce and all her father's friends at Time Inc.
And often after sun-set, Sir, When it is light and fair, I take my little porringer, And eat my supper there.
Humpty Dumpty, Jack and Jill, and Mother Goose adorn pieces including a frame, baby cup, porringer, three-piece feeding set, bank and music box.
0 two andyrons, 3 pewter bason, 1 funnell, 1 porringer 3 pottlets, 1 pr tables, one Spin wheel one warming parm and severall trifels in ye house and necessarys for a butcher 2: 0 0 one Gunn 0: 0 0 to transport from folio 507: 2 0 553 [pounds 15: 0 sterling]: Valued by us in persuance of orders of Court dated ye 9th of May & 19th Septemr last ye estate of Assher Levy decased presented to us by ye widdow according to inventory and appraised to yeSume of five hundred fifty three pound fifteen Shillings Current money in New Yorke as witness our hands anno 1682/3 February ye 9th (debts excepted) N.
Around 1,200 well-preserved pieces include plates, platters, porringers, salts and flagons, some carrying the marks of pewterers in Antwerp and Bruges, but many others made in England for the export market.
The collection includes plates, platters, porringers, salts and flagons in an array of sizes and styles.
0734-1818), and Myer Myers 0723-95), as well as standard forms such as porringers and tankards (not to mention some delightful surprises).
The advertisement read: 'The Manufacturer of China Ware at Chelsea takes the liberty to aquaint the Publick, that he has been employed since his last Sale in making a considerable parcel, of which the Assortments are so far advanced, that he hopes to be in a Condition to offer it to Sale in the Month of March next; it will consist of a variety of Services for Tea, Coffee, Chocolate, Porringers, Sauce Boats, Basons, and Ewers, Ice-Pails, Tureens, Dishes and Plates of different Forms and Patterns, and of a great Variety of pieces for ornament in a Taste entirely new'.
He made teapots, coffeepots, tankards, and porringers, but three quarters of his works were small personal items such as buttons, shoe buckles, knee buckles, and flatware.
1 Trunk & 2 Chests 0:19:0 3 Pewter Dishes, 12 plates, 1 Cheesplate, 2 porringers, 3 Basons, 6 Spoons 1: 5:0 2 Knives, 2 forks, 1 Brass Pypan, 1 Ironpott, 7 ps.
Anthemion's sales invariably feature a selection of interesting, antique and collectible silver objects, ranging from early 18th-century porringers to modern tea sets and flatware services.
Then there are champagne bottle holders and presentation silver mugs or porringers in their original fitted leather cases.
Children's tableware] is a nice little business for us," said Reynolds, referring to the company's aluminum line of children's products, also called Big Top, that includes porringers, spoons, ice cream scoops and other items.