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Early Victorian sterling silver lidded saucepan. Made in London in 1839 by A B Savory & Sons. Engraved with crest and coat of arms of PORTER impaling RUSSELL
Offered by Sanda Lipton
Maker:- Joseph (II) and Albert Savory trading as A B Savory & Sons (mark entered January 1835).
Crest and Arms: PORTER impaling RUSSELL for Henry Porter (1791-1858) of Winslade House, Clyst St Mary, Devon and Demerara, Guyana and his wife, Rose Aylmer Russell.
Silver was often used for cooking utensils in 18th and 19th century kitchens due to the hygienic properties of this metal. To-day, antique silver saucepans are used for serving vegetables and sauces in the dining-room by some aristocratic and other families. This may be whimsical but has the advantage of keeping the contents hot.
Size:- 11 inches long overall x 6.8 inches high with lid x 5.5 inches diameter
Weight:- 19.00 Troy Ounces (590.90 grams)