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17th CENTURY SCOTTISH BRASS CHAMBERSTICK

Estimated Dating c1680

 

17the Century Scottish Brass Chamberstick, inscribed 'BEGONE', Est. Dating c1680

 

Of extremely heavy weight,

The small baluster nozzle over a heart-form drip pan with cross and 4 indentations

likely for tallow, the arched handle indistinctly inscribed B E G O N (E)

and some additional letters of numbers

 

Conditions : Wear and spotted tarnish appropriate to age and usage;

the handle inscription quite rubbed

 

22.1 oz. / 2.75” High, 9” Long

 

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17the Century Scottish Brass Chamberstick, inscribed 'BEGONE', Est. Dating c1680

 

17the Century Scottish Brass Chamberstick, inscribed 'BEGONE', Est. Dating c1680,verso

 

17the Century Scottish Brass Chamberstick, inscribed 'BEGONE', Est. Dating c1680, inscription

 

17the Century Scottish Brass Chamberstick, inscribed 'BEGONE', Est. Dating c1680

 

17the Century Scottish Brass Chamberstick, inscribed 'BEGONE', Est. Dating c1680

 

 


 

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