London, South Kensington
25 September 2001
A GEORGE II SILVER KETTLE-ON-STAND
MARK OF LEWIS PANTIN I, 1737, THE STAND 1736
the globular kettle with engraved foliate scroll and strapwork, with an overhead swing, part wicker covered handle and a hinged lid, the base with engraved scratchweight 41=11, the conforming stand with openwork scroll and mask motif sides and three leaf-capped shell feet, with a central well and a later burner, with engraved scratchweight 22=4 - 35cm (13¾ in), 64oz gross.
Purchased from E. Lloyd Lawrence, Brook Street, London, May 1948.
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