William Bateman Fiddle Pattern Sterling Silver Tongs 1826

This is an elegant pair of sterling silver tongs by William Bateman of the prominent family of silversmiths in the Fiddle Pattern. The edges of the tongs are beveled giving them an elegant finish. This family is renowned for their beautiful silver work. William Bateman was the son of Jonathan and Ann Bateman who in 1800 entered in partnership with his uncle Peter and his mother Ann. The tongs were assayed in London in 1826, the letter l indicates this. The tongs measure 6" long and 2" wide and weight 1.3 troy oz. They are in very good condition considering their age, over two hundred years. They have the monogram A P in a lyrical script.

Item ID: 147-BatemanFiddleTongs

$200 USD

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