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A Pair of George V Solid Hallmarked Silver Sugar Tongs 1925

A Pair of George V Solid Hallmarked Silver Sugar Tongs 1925
A Pair of George V Solid Hallmarked Silver Sugar Tongs 1925

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Length: 9 ½ cm (3 ¾ inches). Total Weight (grams): 18g. Total Weight (ounces): 0.63oz. Total Weight (troy ounces): 0.54. Material: Hallmarked Silver (Sheffield, UK). Hallmarks: Lion Passant, Crown (Sheffield), Date Letter ‘h’ for 1925. Makers Mark: CB&S in shield cartouche (Cooper Brothers & Sons). Condition: In superb vintage condition, with minimal signs of use.

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Item No: A20229
About this item:

Length: 9 ½ cm (3 ¾ inches).
Total Weight (grams): 18g.
Total Weight (ounces): 0.63oz.
Total Weight (troy ounces): 0.54.
Material: Hallmarked Silver (Sheffield, UK).
Hallmarks: Lion Passant, Crown (Sheffield), Date Letter ‘h’ for 1925.
Makers Mark: CB&S in shield cartouche (Cooper Brothers & Sons).

Photographed and offered for sale are these exquisite, little hallmarked silver sugar tongs with delicate, understated incised design. They were made by Cooper Brothers & Sons (est. 1900) of Don Plate Works, Arundel Street, Sheffield & Holborn Viaduct, London.

Condition: In superb vintage condition, with minimal signs of use.