GEORGE II SILVER BRANDY SAUCEPAN (WARMER)
EhA, London, 1744
Of small circular bulbous baluster form, with a short spout at right angles to the turned wooden handle, resting on a flat bottom
This form was the most popular of all the George II brandy saucepans
Condition: Excellent; tiny nick to the wooden handle finial; good marks.
EhA, in Gothic upper and lower case as shown: Grimwade #3543, found on a pap boat, 1749. Mr. James Owen
Brandy saucepans or warmers were probably used to warm butters and sauces as well we brandy. They
have changed little in form from the Queen Anne period through the mid-19th century - their latest appearance.
Those in the early 18th century tend to be smaller, while the latter 18th century are larger, often half pint in capacity.
They differ from skillets in being without legs.
3.5 oz. / 6.5 Over Handle
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George II Silver Brandy Saucepan, EhA, London, 1744, Grimwade, #3543