1630 - 1700
6 cm (Height); 30.5 cm (Diameter)Order this image
Chastleton House, Oxfordshire (Accredited Museum)
This pewter bed pan was once thought to have been a bed warmer. Dating from the late 17th century it is one of the oldest, and perhaps one of the most useful pieces in the Chastleton collection.
A pewter bed pan. As illustrated by Abraham Boss. [Formerly described as 'A circular pewter warming pan with roll top sides and know handle']
Sheldon Bosley (Moreton) 24 April 1991 (92) £100