Robert Street Cast Brass No3 ( Two Pint ) Skillet Antique Georgian c1800

Robert White


The earliest recorded works by Robert Street are four bells cast in 1749 for Cheddon Fitzpaine, (Somerset) and marked Bayley & Street. Thereafter he is seen to be in partnership with Thomas Pyke, with whom Street was in partnership with from 1773 onwards , they then together took over Bayley's business until Street's death in 1785. These Skillets was often numbered according to capacity, III, IV, V, VI & IX, this, an example of number III, has a capacity of approximately 2 pints. This skillet has had some damage in its life but has been repaired at some point , the repair its self is made from brass and copper rivets and is a strong repair and holds well and the skillet is still in useable condition to a certain Degree ( no pun intended ) Please see pictures of the repair.

Dimensions 38 x 6 x 12 cm or 14.9 x 2.3 x 4.7 inches 
Weight 1.65