James Dixon & Sons, founded in Sheffield in 1806, was one of the largest British manufacturers of the industrial revolution in the 19th century. They were manufacturers of pewter, galvanized Britannia metal, silverware and galvanized nickel silver. Their products included hundreds of items for use in the kitchen and dining room, as well as other items in everyday use.
Rare set of large roasting bells with removable handles and embossed coat of arms with the Latin inscription "Suaviter et Fortiter" (gentle and strong) from England. The dining bells have an oval, high arched shape with a hunched wall and a profiled attachment. The magnificently crafted handles are richly decorated with relief decoration of tendrils and foliage. The cloches also have a device for wall mounting. Marked by James Dixon & Sons around 1820. Very good general condition for everyday use!
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