18th Century Georgian Silver Sugar Tongs Bright Cut 1797 Antique George Wintle For Sale

A pair of antique Georgian 18th century solid silver sugar tongs. Hall marked for London 1797 and GW for George Wintle. . Good quality bright cut decoration. Monogram K to terminal. In good condition , good crisp decoration with hardly any wear. Approx 5.5" long.
18th Century Georgian Silver Sugar Tongs Bright Cut 1797 Antique George Wintle

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18th Century Georgian Silver Sugar Tongs Bright Cut 1797 Antique George Wintle :
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