HERALDRY IN SILVERWARE
A crest used by Robert Arkwright, Esq. of Sutton Scarsdale and Willersley, Derby.
The crest is described as "an eagle, rising (in beak an escutcheon, pendant by ribbon, charged with a hank of cotton)".
The motto is "Multa tuli fecique" (I have borne and done many things)
The crest was found on an Old Sheffield Plate cheese toaster made by H: Wilkinson & Co.
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