London, South Kensington
14 November 2001
A large English leaded bronze cauldron, 17th century
the bulbous body with a cast band of stylised decoration and possible makers mark below the rim, with twin angular handles and raised on reeded tripod legs -- 16in. (40.6cm.) high
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For a comparable lot see lot 329, Christie's London, An Important Collection of Early Oak Furniture and Metalware removed from The Manor House, Bramcote, May 2001.
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