An unusual pair of early George III Cast Sugar Tongs made in London circa 1760 by Thomas Wallis I.
An unusual pair of early George III Cast Sugar Tongs made in London circa 1760 by Thomas Wallis I.
An unusual pair of early George III Cast Sugar Tongs made in London circa 1760 by Thomas Wallis I.
An unusual pair of early George III Cast Sugar Tongs made in London circa 1760 by Thomas Wallis I.

An unusual pair of early George III Cast Sugar Tongs made in London circa 1760 by Thomas Wallis I.

1760 London

Offered by Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd

£325 gbp
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The Sugar Tongs are cast and the arms are unusually pierced with scroll borders and a central beaded band. The arms terminate in shell grips and the arched top is chased with linear scroll work and flower heads. The Tongs are in excellent condition and are well marked with the maker's mark and sterling mark.

Length: 5.35 inches, 13.38cm.
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