Three sterling silver sugar tongs: two Victorian pairs and one late Georgian Irish pair, 1837 and after Dublin, London, various makers, three long handle fiddle pattern sugar tongs; hallmarked to all. Silver weight 139gr. Height 15.5 cm and smaller
An Australian Arts and Crafts sterling silver designed tea strainer, sugar tongs and set of six tea spoons, circa 1900, each designed with gum leaf handles, hand beaten bowls and decorated with gum nuts, various forms of 'Stg/Silver' marks, the strainer 12
English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian cutlery setting comprising six main forks, six entree forks, four teaspoons, four coffee spoons, three serving spoons, two mustard spoons, a fish serving knife & fork, a pair of asparagus tongs, cake knife,
Three pairs of sterling silver sugar tongs, two Irish Georgian and one Victorian, 1827 and 1837 Dublin, with maker's marks for Thomas Farnett and Peter Walsh respectively, thread and fiddle pattern to both pairs, and; 1847 London, with maker's mark
Two pairs of sterling silver sugar tongs, 1810 London with maker's marks for probably Thomas Shekelton, and the other marked Germany, 925 sterling silver, the simple unadorned pair, one with pointed bowls, the other with swollen cushion profile arms an
A boxed set of six sterling silver demi-tasse spoons, with matching sugar tongs and sifter spoon, 1901 Birmingham, with maker's marks for William Devenport, all items with twisted stems and King's pattern decoration to terminals and arms, the small
Two pairs of sugar tongs: Georgian sterling silver and German .800, 1811 London with maker's mark for Thomas Barker, and post 1886 Germany, a fiddle pattern pair and the German pair with fanned ribs in the manner of Onslow design, gilt washed to the in
A pair of sterling silver sugar tongs, 1898 Birmingham, with maker's marks for William Devenport, of typical form with oval bowls and shaped handles decorated with cast pendant floral forms, beading and thread edges; hallmarked, silver weight 28gr leng
Two various Queen Anne and George I spoons etc. One Edinburgh 1709, maker Charles Blair; and one Edinburgh 1716, maker Colin McKenzie. Both relate with Assay master Edward Penman. Both with rat tail bowl. Plus pair early Scottish sugar nips. Bear marks
A George III sterling silver bright cut tart slice with green tinted ivory handle by Peter & Anne Bateman, London 1795, 20.5 cm long, a Georgian sterling silver pair of sugar nips, circa 1790 by Thomas Jackson, and a Victorian floral pair by Hilliard &
Three sterling silver items, a cheese scoop with 'Ivory' handle, Cocks & Bettridge, Birmingham 1782; a ladle William Eley & William Fearn, London, 1806; and a pair of sugar tongs, Mary Sumner, London 1808, monogrammed R*H
Two pairs of Continental silver sugar tongs, German and Austro-Hungarian. Early 20th century, German pair marked Wtb. The German pair with barley twist stems, Crown finial and paw feet nips, the other of thread edged and shaped design; hallmarked to both.
Two pairs of sterling silver sugar tongs 1851/2 London, with maker's marks for Robert Rutland 1966/7 London, with maker's marks for Wakely & Wheeler. AGeorgian thread and shell pair, and a pierced pair with knot weave arms and shell form spoons
Three pairs of Georgian sterling silver sugar tongs 1785/6 London, with mark of Hester Bateman, 1808/9 with mark of Peter & Ann Bateman and 1817/18 with mark of William Bateman. All delicately bright cut and prick worked throughout; hallmarked to the i
An interesting trio of Russian.875 silver sugar tongs 1887 and after, all with zolotniki 84 mark of fineness, comprising a bright cut pair with a floral motif and leaf form spoons, and two pairs with pan Slavic designs; hallmarked to all. Silver weight 107
Two pairs of Georgian bright cut sugar tongs 1793/94 London, date letter to second pair rubbed, both with maker's marks for Peter & Ann Bateman. Of typical form with bright cut and prick worked patterns to the stems with delicate floral sprigs; hal
A pair of sterling silver sugar nips, 1804 London, with maker's mark for George Beckwith, and; 1825? Newcastle, with maker's mark Ib, probably John Brown, the Old English pair hallmarked to interiors of stems, silver weight 61gr, length 14.5 cm and
Two pairs of Georgian sterling silver sugar nips, 1823/24 London, with maker's marks for Thomas Dicks, and; 1821/22 London, with maker's marks for Edward Farrell, the fiddle pattern pair hallmarked to interiors of stems, silver weight 86gr, length
Two pairs of Georgian sterling silver sugar nips, 1832 Exeter, with maker's mark for Simon Levy; one pair without town mark, with maker's mark Gt, the fiddle pattern pair hallmarked to interiors of stems, silver weight 71gr, length 15.5 cm and 15 c
Two pairs of sterling silver sugar tongs, 18th century, with silver standard and maker's mark, It, a pair of bright cut nips with flower embellished bowls; and 1910 Chester, with maker's marks for Barker Bros, a small unadorned pair of nips, hallma
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