English William IV/Victorian KINGS Sterling Silver Sugar Tongs
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A fine pair of sterling silver sugar tongs in the classic Kings pattern. The design is very nicely worked and the tongs are generously sized. The inside of the tongs are fully hallmarked for London, 1837. They also bear the William IV duty mark. This mark, used in conjunction with the 1837 date mark, was used for only 22 days before being changed to the Victoria duty mark. The makers mark is that of either William Barber or William Barrett II. Origin: England, 1837. Condition: excellent, sharp detail, no monogram. Size: 6 long. Weight: 59.0 grams.
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