1) Evidently a bowl or pot, made of brass or iron, possibly with two ‘lugs’ or ears.
1445 ac j ollam eneam meam secundariam vocatam a getelyngpotte, York
1452 j ollam, j yetlyng de ere, j pelvim, Scarborough
1459 I witt to the house of Feryby for to pray for my saule my long tabill and j yetteling with the eres, Hull
1533 iij bras potts, ij pans with a gottlyng [sic] xiijs, Mappleton. The OED has an example in Durham dated 1378-9 and it is described there as a utensil with a bow handle and three feet.