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Dear Steven

I think what you’ve got there is a Marquess’s coronet.  The Marquess of Zetland was created in 1892 for Lawrence Dundas, 3rd Earl of Zetland (1844-1929) and each Marquess of Zetland since then has been called Lawrence.

The last Thomas Dundas was the 2nd Earl of Zetland (1795-1873) and he was the uncle of the 3rd Earl & 1st Marquess.

Therefore I suspect the pan you own was probably owned by either the 1st or 2nd Marquess of Zetland as the last Thomas would not have had a Marquess’s coronet on his things as he was “only” an Earl.

I hope this helps!
Earl of Ronaldshay

Diameter: 28 cm, 11″

Height: 8.5 cm, 3.34″

Weight: 5000 grs, 11.02 lb

Rim thickness: 2 mm

Handle: Iron.

Finish: Planished.

Base: Slight wobble.

Age: Early 20th C

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