School: Grangegeeth (roll number 2630)

Grangegeeth, Co. Meath
Seósaimhín, Bean Uí Dhubhghaill

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Mrs Sillery has two pewter jugs...

Mrs Sillery has two pewter jugs which are at least 70 years old.
Also a willow-pattern jug in the shape of a swan and only about 4" high.


Has two tea-pots at least 110 years old. They are of delph + to match. They are painted blue and white. Each would contain about 2 quarts.

Also two small brass candlesticks - 8 ins high + over 100 years old.
She has four side-dishes of delph belonging to her aunt who was 84 years old when she died about two years ago. They are over 100 years old. They are not the willow-pattern, but painted in bands and flowers of brown.