1) Could be either a hook to hang a pot in the chimney, or the detachable handles of a pot or pan.
A northern dialect word with two meanings, although in many contexts the distinction is not clear. It could refer to the hook which allowed a pot to be suspended in the chimney or to the detachable handles of a pot or a pan. 1425-6 pro uno kylpe de ferro, Ripon
1444 j parva patella cum kilpis pond. iiij lb, Beverley
1452 j paris kilpys ferri, jd, Beverley
1490 De ij pare of kylpys ijd , York
1559 a reckand, a payre of potte kilpes, Saxton
1574 For mending the kilpe and the eares of the bucket, 6d, York
1634 Item, a brass pot and the kilps, Elmswell. Note: 1400 lego Agneti ... j patellam kylpyd, York
1479 my best kelpyd pan, York.