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    George III Silver Sugar Tongs Philip Batchelor c.1770

    George III Silver Sugar Tongs Philip Batchelor c.1770

    £110

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    About this item

    A sweet pair of late 18th century silver sugar tongs with feathered edges and S-ridged detailing to the circular bowls. The bridge also has impressed decoration enhanced with engraving and the initials of the owner. Partial hallmarks only, the lion passant and initials P.B for Philip Batchelor, c.1770.

    They measure 13cm (5 1/8") long and weigh 28g / 0.9ozt. 

    Condition is very good with no damage or repair and minor and appropriate handling wear.

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    Additional Information

    Code

    FA1029

    Period

    18th Century, Georgian (1714 to 1837)

    Dealer

    The Fancy Fox

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