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 good but with some signs of its history: the base has had some re-shaping, there has been a small repair to the handle terminal where it joins the body and also to the spout also at the join. One minor dint 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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