Gothic Puisette or dipper from the Middle Ages with two spouts ended with a medieval lion's head. Suspension by stirrup and double ring connected to the container body by two women's heads. 15th century. This dipper was a kind of kettle hanging in the chimney with a trammel hook and, such as the ancestor of the tap, also used to contain and distribute some water.
Really good condition
A dipper of the same type is reproduced at the top left of the Annunciation altarpiece by the Master of Flemalle (1375-1444), preserved in the Cloisters Museum in New York.