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An extremely rare early George III Wax Jack made in London in 1770, makers mark of T.L, see Grimwade mark 3845.


The Wax Jack has a circular base with raised gadrooned rim, standing on three claw feet. The flying scroll side handle is decorated with leaf capping. This piece has a scissor action capital, so that the circular drip pan/wax cutter can open up. The cast urn shaped finial unscrews so that the scissor section and wax can be removed. The wax jack is in excellent condition and is fully marked on the base and with the sterling mark on the scissor grips. This design of Wax Jack is particularly rare.

Height: 5.8 inches, 14.5cm.

Diameter of the base: 3.6 inches, 9cm.

Weight: 8.6oz.