BAIN MARIE PAN TRIO MARQUESS OF ZETLAND
Retinned & stripped of their exterior tinning that would have been present for use when submerged within a bain marie.
Sourced with various other items previously owned by Lawrence Dundas, 1st Marquess of Zetland.
Lawrence Dundas (1844-1929) became the 3rd Earl of Zetland and subsequently, the 1st Marquess of Zetland. He married Lady Lilian Lumley, daughter of the 9th Earl of Scarbrough. He was promoted to the marquesate in 1892 following his term of office as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland between 1889-1892. In addition, he was a Knight of the Thistle, MP for Richmond, Mayor of Richmond and a Lord-in-Waiting to Queen Victoria.
(If your interested in either, or both, the heavy Zetland saute pans I currently have awaiting reconditioning please drop me a line)
The Army & Navy Co-operative Society Ltd. was incorporated on 15 September 1871, being formed by a group of army and navy officers. The aim of the co-operative was to supply goods to its members at the lowest remunerative rates, and was based on two earlier models – the Civil Service Supply Association and the Civil Service Co-operative Society. The society leased part of a distillery premises in Victoria Street, London which was owned by Vickers & Co, and by February 1872 a store for the sale of groceries was opened on the site. By 1873, the store offered catering equipment, stationery, drapery, fancy goods, tailoring, groceries, a chemist and even a guns department.
Diameters: 12 cm, 4.75″ / 10 cm, 4″ / 9 cm, 3.5″
Age: Late 19th – Early 20th C
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