A group of domestic metalware <BR />17th-19th century
Lot 83W
A group of domestic metalware
17th-19th century
Sold for US$ 500 inc. premium
Lot Details
A group of domestic metalware
17th-19th century
Comprising a George III steel lark spit, the oval spit plate on turned column and tripod splayed supports, a George III steel two tine toasting fork, a Renaissance Revival steel shovel, a Renaissance Revival gilt brass and steel three tine fork, a George III oval chestnut roaster with turned fruitwood handle, a cast iron trivet, a pair of Charles II brass and iron andirons with knop finials and scroll decorated U-shaped supports and a griddle.
height of spit 36in (92cm); height of andirons 31 1/4in (79cm)


  • Provenance:
    Andirons purchased Jonathan Horne, London, circa 1990.
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