George Smith III Sterling Sugar Nips - 1774-1785George Smith III Sterling Sugar Nips - 1774-1785George Smith III Sterling Sugar Nips - 1774-1785George Smith III Sterling Sugar Nips - 1774-1785George Smith III Sterling Sugar Nips - 1774-1785George Smith III Sterling Sugar Nips - 1774-1785George Smith III Sterling Sugar Nips - 1774-1785George Smith III Sterling Sugar Nips - 1774-1785George Smith III Sterling Sugar Nips - 1774-1785

Beautiful Georgian sugar nips (or sugar tongs), made by George Smith III in London between 1774 and 1785 (no date mark is present).

Stunning period design that has not been monogrammed but there is have a family crest featured at the top: out of a coronet a dexter arm in armour embowed holding a sprig of laurel. Your guests will certainly ask - it's ok to use your imagination. Having been made over 235 years ago, who can argue!

Pristine condition for their age. Hallmarked appropriately. The tongs are just over 5 1/2" in length and weigh 31.8 grams.

Based on customer preference, we only lightly polish our silver.


Please review our return policy prior to purchase. This will ship USPS Priority Mail with insurance.
ITEM ID
RL0348
AGE
18th Century
TYPE
Flatware
ORIGIN
England • English
PURPOSE
Sugar Tongs
ITEM TYPE
Antique

One Man's Treasure

George Smith III Sterling Sugar Nips - 1774-1785

$115

Add to Cart
Email Shop Owner

Another shopper is interested in this item



    Shipping:
    USPS Priority Mail
    $10.00 USD
    Insurance:Included
    Est. Sales Tax:$0.00 USD
    Shipping to: USA
    change


    One Man's Treasure


    Nick Lazaroff
    Seattle , WA This Shop is rated Gold - 100 or more sales Gold Ruby Lane Exclusive since 2015