Antique English Pewter Hot Plates, Pair
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Antique English Pewter Hot Plates, Pair

$275.00
Est. Arrival: Oct 26 - Nov 05
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Pair of antique English pewter hot plates. Plates are hollow inside, and when filled with water, keep food warm while you eat. Hooks for hanging on pot rack or wall. Although both show signs of wear, they appear to be in working condition and fully intact. Hinged hot water openings. Purchased in London from a vast collection. Early London pewter marks on undersides. Made circa 1750.
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Care: hand-wash
Color: pewter
Condition: Very Good; wear and oxidation as shown
Dimensions: 10.5" L x 9.25" W x 1" H
Era: Antique: 18th century
Made In: England
Made Of: pewter
SKU: 77609128
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Oct 26 - Nov 05
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In 18th- and 19th-century New England, the local mercantile was the source for not only everyday household items but also exotic imports from Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean. Having fallen in love with simple, classic New England style while traveling the North Atlantic coast, the antiques experts behind New England Mercantile have made it their goal to provide a wide range of antique Americana as well as Old World textiles and accessories one might have found in a venerable New England home.
About the Seller
In 18th- and 19th-century New England, the local mercantile was the source for not only everyday household items but also exotic imports from Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean. Having fallen in love with simple, classic New England style while traveling the North Atlantic coast, the antiques experts behind New England Mercantile have made it their goal to provide a wide range of antique Americana as well as Old World textiles and accessories one might have found in a venerable New England home.