A large Late 18th Century Antique English Georgian Bronze Skillet or Posnet, of fine quality, used for down-hearth cooking, and standing upon three simple stub feet, by John and Tomson Warner of Fore Street, Cripplegate, London. The handle with Maker’s Name, “WARNER”, in raised capitals within a reserve together with 5P, indicating a capacity of five pints.
Height ~ 20.30 cm. / 8.00 inches ~ Width ~ 20.30 cm. / 8.00 inches ~ Depth to include handle ~ 45.70 cm. / 18.00 inches ~ Year ~ Circa 1780.
- Category: Other Metalwork
- SKU: AEGBSPJTW-XX
- Stock: In stock
- Weight/Size: Medium
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