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    George I Small Silver Brandy Warming Pan James Smith I 1723

    George I Small Silver Brandy Warming Pan James Smith I 1723

    £425

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    About this item

    Charming small George I silver brandy warming pan of typical round bellied form with side spout, tubular handle with heart shape terminal and finishing with a carved wood finial.

    Hallmarked for London 1723, maker James Smith I.

    It measures 16.5cm (6 1/2”) bowl to handle, 7.5cm (3”) wide across the bowl, 9cm (3 1/2”) high to the handle and 5.5cm (2 1/8”) high to the bowl. It weighs 92g/2.9ozt.

    Condition is very good: some light re-shaping to the base, there has been a small repair to the handle terminal where it joins the body and also to the spout at the join. One minor ding to the body and the wood handle is a bit roughened but nice and stable. It has an engraved monogram on the side.

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    Additional Information

    Code

    FA0417

    Dimensions

    W: 16.5cm  (6.5")H: 9cm  (3.5")D: 7.5cm  (3")

    Period

    18th Century, Georgian (1714 to 1837)

    Dealer

    The Fancy Fox

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