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George Neumann, in his book, “Early American Antique Country Furnishings,” describes broilers thusly: “These wrought-iron easel forms are often called ‘Scottish broilers’; meat, fish, or bread was placed on the sloping front and set facing the fire; note their innovative scrollwork.”

This broiler has a brace that measures 19 inches, with the broiler itself measuring approximately 14 by 14 1/4 inches. There is a loop at the top of the easel form that would be used to hang the broiler when not in use.