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|A pair of Bacchanalian pattern nutcrackers by Elizabeth Eaton, London 1851.
|A pair of snuffers with cast decoration by Wallis and Hayne, London 1814 crested with a pelican vulning, 3 chicks in a nest.
|A pair of cast grapeshears with matted vineleaf handles by William Eaton, London 1843.
|A pair of silver scissors, perhaps for grapes by Eley and Fearn, London 1814.
|A rococo pair of sugar nips, Dublin, circa 1770 with good early repair.
|A pair of ice tongs Sheffield, 1865 by Roberts and Belk.
|A pair of beaded sprung sugar tongs, London circa 1790 by IB (perhaps for John Buckett), crested with a griffin's head.
|A pair of spring-loaded steel snuffers with beaded silver handles 5.3 inches, unmarked circa 1770.
|A pair of floral cast sugarnips by Hilliard and Thomasson, Birmingham 1855.
A pair of silver-gilt stamp tweezers, London 1850 by Richard Sibley, crested with a boar.
|A pair of sugar-nips with shell bowls by Simeon Coley ?, London circa 1765 initialled AB.
|A pair of hourglass handled nutcrackers with close-plated jaws by Taylor and Perry, Birmingham 1829.
|A pair of OSP engraved asparagus tongs with shells crested for STARKIE circa 1780, engraved as a gift to John Grey Murray 1936 'For pulling chestnuts out of the fire'.
Price: £175.00 John Gray Murray was a famous publisher.
|A pair of sugar nips, London 1739-1755 by IG probably for John Gorham, initialled BS.
|A pair of plain sugar-nips by GN (Grimwade 3589 untraced), London circa 1770.
| A pair of sugarnips of standard form by John Gorham, London 1739-55, initialled E over IE.
|A pair of fiddle pattern sugar-tongs York, c.1820 by James Barber and William Whitwell crested with a demi-lion rampant.
|A pair of brightcut sugar tongs of small size and curious construction, London circa 1790.
|A pair of feather-edged sugar tongs with bright-cut decoration, London circa 1770 by William Taylor.
|A pair of brightcut sugar tongs Exeter, circa 1790 by William Welch of Plymouth.
|A pair of fiddle, thread and shell sugartongs Exeter 1872 by the Williams brothers initialled G.
|A pair of Old English sugar tongs with characteristic Bateman impressed decoration, London 1803 by Peter Anne and William Bateman.
|A pair of Old English thread sugar tongs with fluted bowls, London circa 1780 by SW (perhaps Samuel Whitford II) initialled [WC].
|A small pair of Old English sugar tongs by Eley and Fearn, London 1815.