HERALDRY IN SILVERWARE
Douglas of Killhead, Baronet.
The crest is described as "A human heart, gules (red), bezantée (a heraldic term, for a form of decoration, resembling circular discs, to a division or field contained in a coat of arms), imperially crowned, and winged, or (gold)."
The crest is engraved on an unmarked Old Sheffield Plate salt cellar.
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