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Old English pan by Temple & Crook, Ironmongers, Motcomb St., Victoria St., London.  SW.
With original cover & matching engraving.

From at least 1866 Frederick was in business with his brother Edwin as Ironmongers at 5 Carnaby
Street, London.
At the “Great Exhibition” they won a prize medal for the improved tailor’s stove. They were patentees
of vertical action and other banners, screens and poles, and patent holders of action
reading desk arms.
From 1875 Edwin also had a business on Regent Street West London.
From 1877 Frederick was in the Ironmongery business with R. Temple (formerly of Temple and Reynolds)
at 20 Motcomb Street, SW London.

Diameter: 17 cm, 6.7″

Height: 11.5 cm, 4.5″

Weight Pan: 1093 grs, 2.4 lb. Total Weight: 1424 grs, 3.13 lb

Rim thickness: 1.2  – 1.3 mm (quite usual for a pan of this type)

Handles: Iron

Finish: Hammered.

Base: Planished, Flat no wobble.

Age: Late 19th

USA: Estimated to be exempt from duties for HS Tariff “9706.00.00: Antiques of an age exceeding one hundred years”. Your local duty charges may apply? Important note: This is an estimate only. We strongly recommend you check this yourself prior to shipment to avoid surprises. Other countries may charge duty. Please check.

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