1) With lugs, that is ‘ears’ or handles.

1745 to the said Roger Wright my two lugged silver cup, Ripon. In a colliery account of 1711 Lugs of Ash were parts of corves made of alder and they were probably handles. Of course to ‘lug’ was to tug or haul and such examples appear to link the two words.

places Ripon
dates 1711 1745

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