fæt, n.n: a vessel or container, mainly for fluids. (FAT / ˈfæt)

Gilt-copper spouted vessel, still shiny in some places but quite tarnished in others; the handle is formed like a twisted snake, the spout like a winged quadruped, and the sides are decorated with bird and animal designs.
Spouted vessel, possibly an ecclesiastical cruet, possibly Winchester style; England, 10th century; British Museum AF.3175. [britishmuseum.org]

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