George II Silver Brandy Warmer - Recently Sold

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Stock number: AS700

George II Silver Brandy Warmer - Recently Sold

A superb small George II silver brandy warmer.

It is plain with a round bowl which has a spout on one side. It has the original turned wood handle. Engraved with a small contemporary crest.

Made in 1729 by William Paradise of London.

This was a small saucepan, used for warming brandy or mulling wine. It was also known as a silver brandy saucepan or a silver pipkin.

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  • Length: 7 inches (18 cm)

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