The late Christopher Peal wrote in his book Pewter of Great Britain "Dating probably from c.1790 is a rare type from Yorkshire. This is a truncated cone with a very broad band or fillet round the drum amidships (on the quarts and pints only, not on the half pints). The only six I have seen are verified to the Ridings, and none bears a maker's mark. This is a most attractive style, with an 'early' look. Even more than the broad band and very simple base mouldings, the handle is most..