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Antique Exeter Silver Brandy Pan

Date: Circa 1720

Country: England

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A rare piece of early provincial silver. An antique silver brandy warmer of bellied form with a  turned wooden handle. Attractive plain style.

Contains 240 ml. 

Total weight 153 grams, 4.9 troy ounces.

Height of pan 6cm. Diameter of top 8.5cm. Spread 26cm.

Exeter circa 1720.

Maker John Murch. 

Literature. Brandy Saucepans made their first appearance in this country during the Queen Anne period and continued to be made until the mid 19th century. Some have spouts. The size varies but generally the early examples tend to be smaller. Sometimes they have three legs, these are called skillets, and they are quite rare.

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