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    Sale 5087

    The Casimir Collection of Metalwork

    23 January 2008, London, South Kensington

  • Lot 281

    A DUTCH BRASS WARMING PAN

    CIRCA 1634

    Price Realised  

    A DUTCH BRASS WARMING PAN
    CIRCA 1634
    The brass cover engraved with a plain shield supported by two lions and surmounted by a crown, inscribed around the rim in relief 'VREDE.EN.EENDRACHT.STAET. ALLEEN.IN.GODES.MACHT.1634.', the handle of wrought-iron with brass knops and finial
    43¼in. (110cm.) overall


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    The Coat-of-Arms could represent the arms of Amsterdam but lacking the column of three crosses in the central shield as the pair of lions supporters and the crown above are common to both.

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