Georgian, George II, Silver Brandy Pan. Of pear shaped form with a pouring lip and crest of a dog emerging from a coronet.
Hallmarked for London 1734 by George Wickes. The maker's mark is partly rubbed but easily identified as George Wickes.
In 1735 George Wickes would form the company that would go on to become Garrard & Co. He was already undertaking royal commissions and was appointed Goldsmith to Frederick, Prince of Wales.
In very good condition with some hazing to the silver and two small losses to the tip of the handle. Made of a very good gauge of silver. Light pressure marks towards the end of the silver stem where it joins the turned handle.
Approximate weight is 380 grams or 12.2 troy ounces.
Approximate dimensions are 29 cm length, 13 cm height and 10 cm depth.