Rare and unusual Georgian English solid silver sugar tongs. They are hallmarked with the makers mark of Hester Bateman and most interestingly the incuse duty mark, the first duty mark used and only in late 1874 into 1875. They have been beautifully bright cut with initials to their bow. They are in superb condition being free from dings splits distortions and repairs. They measure almost 5.5 inches (13.4cms) long and weigh 30 grams.If you have any queries or wish to discuss anything please contact me. To see lots more rare and beautiful silver. And why not add me to your. All items are cleaned and display ready should you be a retailer or collector, or ready to wrap should you be purchasing a gift. That way we save you time and we discover any faults, not you. The item "RARE HESTER BATEMAN STERLING SILVER INCUSE DUTY MARK SUGAR TONGS 1774/5" is in sale since Friday, July 24, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Sugar Bowls/Tongs". The seller is "spidermonkey10" and is located in London.
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