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Fantastic old English vegetable pan inscribed with the Elveden estate coronet & name.
Elveden Hall is a large stately home on the Elveden Estate in Elveden, Suffolk, England.

In 1849, the Maharajah Duleep Singh, a Jat ruler of the Sikh Empire and owner of the famous Koh-i-noor diamond was exiled to England, having been removed from his kingdom by the British East India Company.

The Maharajah purchased the 17,000-acre (69 km2) Elveden Estate in 1863 and set about rebuilding the country house and dressing it in an Italian style. However, he redesigned the interior to resemble the Mughal palaces that he had been accustomed to in his childhood. He also augmented the building with an aviary where exotic birds such as golden pheasant, Icelandic gyrfalcons, parrots, peafowl and buzzards were kept. His architect was John Norton, the Gothic revival specialist who also redesigned Tyntesfield.

After seasons of poor farming in the 1870s, a downturn in the Maharajah’s personal fortunes and political tensions in government, the Maharajah left Elveden and England in 1886. After his death in 1893, his executors sold the Elveden Estate in 1894 to Edward Cecil Guinness, of the Guinness brewing family, 1st Earl of Iveagh.

The universal cover inscribed “P”

Diameter: 27.5 cm, 10.8″

Height: 12 cm, 4.72″

Weight Pan: 4686 grs, 10.33 lb. Total Weight: 6025 grs, 13.28 lb

Rim thickness: 2 – 2.2 mm

Handles: Iron

Finish: Planished with age. Slight rock.

Age: Mid – 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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