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FAMILY CREST:
ARBUTHNOT

A peacock's head
The crest of Arbuthnot family (Bart., Edinburgh).
The motto is 'Innocent and true'
The crest was found on a silverplate Mustard pot (unmarked) and on an accompanying silverplate Mustard spoon made by Mappin & Webb

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family crest: ARBUTHNOT





Silverplate Mustard pot and spoon trade mark of Mappin & Webb
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