Ornate James Dixon coffee pot

I have inherited a rather ornate coffee pot made by James Dixon and sons in Sheffield. The markings on the bottom are
I assume the initials mean it was electroplated silver thus the value will not be much. The other ornate put does not indicate the maker but had the markings found on the photo below

What can be known from these 2nd markings?
Thank you so much with any assistance in this matter

EPBM = electroplated Britannia metal. Britannia metal is a pewter-like base metal alloy.

Your other piece has the manufacturer’s mark of Martin, Hall & Co (MH over &Co) and has the letters EPGS around it. EPGS = electroplated German silver. German silver is the old name for nickel silver, another base metal alloy.