A QUEEN ANNE SILVER BRANDY SAUCEPAN ON AN ASSOCIATED STAND AND LAMP, the first maker's mark of William Fleming, London, circa 1708, the stand Simon Pantin I, 1705 or 1712, (date letters slightly unclear), burner marked, burner cover unmarked, the flaring cylindrical saucepan on reeded rim foot, with subtle spout, with tubular join to the turned wood side handle, the circular stand on three multi scroll supports resting on wood bun feet, with detachable burner, with turned wood side handle--the saucepan 3½in. (8.8cm.) diam., the stand 2¾in. (6.9cm.) high, gross weight 12oz.

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A QUEEN ANNE SILVER BRANDY SAUCEPAN ON AN ASSOCIATED STAND AND LAMP, the first maker's mark of William Fleming, London, circa 1708, the stand Simon Pantin I, 1705 or 1712, (date letters slightly unclear), burner marked, burner cover unmarked, the flaring cylindrical saucepan on reeded rim foot, with subtle spout, with tubular join to the turned wood side handle, the circular stand on three multi scroll supports resting on wood bun feet, with detachable burner, with turned wood side handle--the saucepan 3½in. (8.8cm.) diam., the stand 2¾in. (6.9cm.) high, gross weight 12oz.
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