A George II silver brandy saucepan
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A George II silver brandy saucepan

MARK OF ELIZABETH GOODWIN, LONDON, 1730

Details
A George II silver brandy saucepan
Mark of Elizabeth Goodwin, London, 1730
Of standard form, the short spout with drop at the base and at right angles to the wooden baluster handle, engraved, probably later, with cypher, marked on base
17 cm. (6¾ in.) long
gross 110 gr. (3 oz.)
Provenance
With Premsela & Hamburger, Amsterdam, 1969, acquired by
Dr Anton C.R. Dreesmann (inventory no. G-46).
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