Description and Details
We are delighted to offer these beautiful solid silver Georgian sugar tongs made by William Eley & William Fearn in London, 1823.The tongs are ornately embellished with embossed grapevines, grapes and leaves with an elegant flowing design accentuating the edges.
It is made with a good gauge of silver that has a sturdy feel in hand.Ideal for collections of vine decorations or as a practical piece of silverware that can be used today - an indulging experience of adding sugar to your coffee/tea and a perfect match to use with a silver sugar bowl.
The tongs are marked with English hallmarks on the inner side of the handle.
- Size (cm) L:14.5cm
- Size (inches) L:5.70
- Weight: 74 grams (2.37 Troy oz)
Good Condition - The tongs are good antique condition with no major damage or issues, only some slight surface wear on high points as to be expected with age.
We aim to overemphasize and state these issues to avoid disappointment and thus please rest assured they are not significant nor affect usage of the items.
Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
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