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A fiddle thread & shell pattern silver flat Ware set for six William Chawner /, circa 1830-1836, comprising six large table spoons, six entree spoons, six entree forks, six table forks, six knives, six teaspoons, four egg spoons, sugar tongs, fish serv

Victorian sterling silver sugar tongs, hallmarked London, 1857, Charles Boyton, star and cornucopia pattern, total weight 76 grams, length 15.5 cm

George III provincial Scottish silver sugar tongs, hallmarked Perth, Charles Murray, c.1816-1825, in fiddle pattern, total weight 42 grams, length 15 cms

George III provincial Scottish silver sugar tongs, hallmarked Dundee, William Constable, c.1810-1825, with shaped oval bowls, total weight 50 grams, length 15 cms

Pair of Victorian sterling silver claw sugar, tongs, hallmarked, Birmingham, 1888, F.E (Frederick Elkington), set with claw hands, with engraved floral motifs, total weight 47gm, length 13 cm

Antique Austro Hungarian Empire silver dish, and matched gilt sugar nips, marked Silver 750, 1867-1922, 156g, dish 6 cm high, 13 cm square (2)

Boxed set George VI sterling silver teaspoons, Sheffield 1928, maker John Round &, Son. Set 12 tea spoons and pair matching sugar nips. Wt. 200grams (total).

A pair of sterling silver sugar tongs, shell finial and openwork handles, John round & Son Ltd (Joseph Ridge) Sheffield 1940. Weight 29g

Two pairs of George III sterling silver sugar nips, 1797 and 1808, probably London, makers' marks for George Wintle and Mary Sumner respectively, a bright cut Old English pair and a fiddle pattern pair; hallmarked to stems, silver weight 71gr. Lengths:

Pair of sterling silver sugar tongs, hallmarked London 1833

Sterling silver sugar tongs, London 1813 by George Wintle

Set of six sterling silver teaspoons, hallmarked, Sheffield, 1937, E.L, together with pair of miniature sterling silver sugar tongs, hallmarked Sheffield, 1937 and teaspoon, hallmarked, London, 1909, total weight 145gm, (8)

French silver miniature sugar tongs and, crumb tidy, with barley twist handles, (3)

French silver harlequin sugar tongs modelled suspended from two coiled snakes which form the sugar nip handles, the feet joined to two shell like bowls, circa 1840, length 12.5 cm, weight 52g

A set of nine sterling silver tea spoons, and sugar tongs, with torsade handle design, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1900. Total weight 148.1g. (10)

A sterling silver pair of sugar tongs, fiddle pattern, Asjsas. London 1834. Total weight 49g

Four Georgian sterling silver sugar tongs, two by Peter & Williams Bateman, London, 1806 and 1814 (35g and 37.6g), one by Thomas Wallis, London, 1806 (31g) and one William Summers London 1823 (35g). Total weight: 138.6g

Three sterling silver sugar tongs, with bright cut pattern, including hallmarked London 1809 (Samuel Godbehere, Edward Wigan &, James Boult) and London circa 1786-92 (Samuel Godbehere &, Edward Wigan), 94 grams

Two sets of antique silver sugar nips, comprising of an English hallmarked with engraved armorial (14.2 cm long) and hallmarked Finland 1947, 813/1000 purity

Two sets of silver sugar nips, 11 cm &, 13 cm long, tested as silver, 49 grams

Two George III sterling sugar tongs, with bright cut decoration, including hallmarked London 1808, 14.1 cm long (largest), 56 grams

Four various sterling silver sugar tongs, hallmarked Sheffield 1913, 1921 1928 and Birmingham 1932, 11.4 cm long (largest), 88 grams

Pair of Georgian sterling silver sugar tongs Sheffield 1787, Provenance: Allport Family

A George lll silver covered sauce tureen, John Schofield, London 1795, two George lll casters, one Peter, Ann and William Bateman, London. 1804, the other Robert Peaston, London, 1770, a George lll mug, London, 1793, a George lll porringer, Edinburgh, 1819

A Victorian sterling silver Fiddle and Thread pattern flatware service, the majority by William Eaton, London 1842-1858, with later knives, Garrard & Company, Sheffield, 1972, comprising: six each table spoons, table forks, dessert spoons, dessert fork

Two pairs of sterling silver sugar tongs, hallmarked London 1799 (Samuel Godbehere, Edward Wigan &, James Boult) and 1875 (Chawner &, Co), 14.5 cm long, 72 grams

English hallmarked sterling silver George II sugar nips having shell form bowl & scrolled detail. Monogrammed 'B'. London, 1745-62, maker William Shaw & William Priest, condition: good, minor wear consistent with age, length 12.5 cm, weight

Sterling silver tea strainer &, two sugar tongs, hallmarked Sheffield 1932 (small tong), marked 950 (strainer), 122grams total weight

A pair of sterling silver sugar tongs, claw Viners Ltd, Sheffield 1938. Length 8 cm. Weight 9g.

A pair of sterling silver sugar tongs, monogrammed, maker's mark indistinct. Length 14.5 cm. Weight 38g.

Sterling silver sugar tongs c.1808, Dublin by Tudor Whitford - approx. 44.8gr

A pair of George III silver sugar tongs, plain form, beaded border, London, 1796. Makers mark obscured. Weight 30.3g.

A pair of antique silver sugar tongs, machine-turned detail. Unmarked. Weight 30.1g.

A group of eight Edward VII silver coffee spoons and sugar tongs, all Kings pattern, Robert Pringle & Sons, Sheffield, 1904. Total weight 135.1g.

A pair of bright cut sterling silver sugar nips, London 1837, Wt 23 g

Twenty seven sterling silver spoons, Sifting spoons, tongs, 18th to early 20th century, various English assay offices and makers, including a set of six scalloped apostle teaspoons with a matching sifter spoon and sugar tongs, three matching Victorian King

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