Silver. Three exhibited voluted legs with pressed ball feet, transitioning into flower-shaped curved plates with floral pierced work, passively curved bowls. Inside is the usable cylindrical oil burner. As a support for a three ascending, bifurcated, rolled and gadrooned volute. Long baluster handle made of ebonized wood. Signed, tremolo stroke, assay marks, Master Abraham IV Drentwett (Master since 1741). Weight approx. 945 g. H. 13.5 cm. 34.5 cm x 16 cm. Cf. Seling 2007, No. 2329, BZ 2440. A German Baroque silver rechaud by Abraham IV Drentwett (master since 1741). Test, assay and master's mark. German. Augsburg. 1773-1775.