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Silver Sugar Tongs, London 1830, Benjamin Davis

English antique sterling silver sugar tongs by Benjamin Davis, hallmarked from London in 1830.

In excellent condition with engraved initials to bow, good clear hallmarks.

They measure 136mm in length.

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English antique sterling silver sugar tongs by Benjamin Davis, hallmarked from London in 1830. In excellent condition with engraved initials to bow, good clear hallmarks. They measure 136mm in length. DATE 1830 MAKER Benjamin Davis ASSAY OFFICE London WEIGHT (Grammes) 37 WEIGHT (Troy) 1.19 REF/8B

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Origin

English

Period

William IV 1830-1837

Sponsor/Maker

Benjamin Davis

REF CODE

8B

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