Medieval bronze ewers of this form were made both in England and on the Continent. One in the Museum of London was found in Battersea (see the Medieval Catalogue, London, 1967, No. A 2752. pl. LIII and p. 200-201). Other recorded examples include one found in Balcombe with a hoard of English coins from the reigns of Edward I to Richard II. Another held the Fortrose hoard of coins buried in the closing years of the 14th Century and a third was found in Ashby Castle in a well filled before 1476.
Hanns-Ulrich Haedeke illustrates a zoomorphic mask ewer which he describes as English in Metalwork, The Social History of the Decorative Arts, London, 1970, pl. 53.