Price

£985.00

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A rare early George III period neoclassical style warming stand made in London in 1782 by Andrew Fogelberg and Stephen Gilbert.

The stand is oval in form and is plain with bead decoration to each of the four legs which terminate in a shell foot. The burner is detachable.

The length of the top is 28.9 cms with a width of 19.75 cms (The interior length is 28.2 cms with a width of 18.9 cms).

The condition is excellent throughout and it is an unusual piece by an important partnership of silversmiths 

Weight

19 Troy ozs

Price

£985.00

Stock number

OB 251x28
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