Good quality crested Georgian silver lidded brandy pan London 1829 Emes and Barnard


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This good quality crested Georgian silver brandy pan and cover was made in London in 1829 and 1830 (the lid although it may only be a day later than the base!) by Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard and measures 9 inches from the handle across by 4 inches in dia across the top and 3 3/16 inches across the base and is approx 5 inches tall to the top of the finial, it is crested to the front and the lid with the initials CB in script below and has a reeded band around the base and the ferrule where the turned wood handle attaches and to the other end there is a heart shaped terminal where it attaches to the body. The lift off lid has a turned wooden finial atop and it is fully hallmarked to the side and also inside the lid and to the screw holding the terminal with a lion passant. An excellent piece weighing 10.30 ounces or 320 grams.

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