piggin

A small, glass, silver or ceramic bucket-shaped container, 2-4 in (50-100 mm) high, used as a dipper for transferring milk or cream from a larger container in the 18thC, and also known as a cream pail.

Piggin

• (n.) A small wooden pail or tub with an upright stave for a handle, -- often used as a dipper.
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Piggin

Pig'gin noun [ Scot.; confer Gael. pigean , dim. of pigeadh , pige , an earthen jar, pitcher, or pot, Ir. pigin , pighead , W. piccyn .] A small wooden pail or tub with an upright stave for a handle, -- often used as a dipper.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/webster/P/86

piggin

small pail or bowl made of staves and hoops
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