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ANTIQUE SERVING TONGS

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We have selected different antique serving tongs made of silver, nickel silver and other silver-plated metals from the 18th to the 20th century from different places in Europe.

 

Care guide: Silver-Plated Metal

Care guide: Silver

 

 

We share the value and authenticity of unique pieces, the importance and care of crafts. Tradition, quality and elegance in the art of setting the table.

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Antique pieces have, for us, a very special value both for their patina, which reflects the passage of time, and for their unique character.

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TONG I

SILVER METAL TONGS

Weight: 0.560kg

Measurements: 16.5x3.5cm

TONG II

SILVER METAL TONGS

Weight: 0.061kg

Measurements: 16.5x3.5cm

TONG III

SILVER METAL TONGS

Weight: 0.045kg

Measurements: 15x2.5cm

TONG IV

SILVER METAL TONGS

Weight: 0.041kg

Measurements: 14x2cm

TONG V

SILVER METAL TONGS

Weight: 0.031kg

Measurements: 13x2.5cm

TONG VI

SILVER METAL TONGS

Weight: 0.043kg

Measurements: 14x2cm

TONG VII

SILVER METAL TONGS

Weight: 0.048kg

Measurements: 17x2.2cm

TONG VIII

18TH CENTURY ENGLISH SILVER TONGS

English silver with three visible hallmarks:

- "TE": Corresponds to the goldsmith, Thomas England of London, who used this contrast since 1739
- Silhouette: certifies that the special tax on silver that was imposed starting in the 18th century was paid. Between the years 1784 and 1890, the profile of the Sovereign, in this case George III, was printed
- Lion passant: official hallmark used to identify silver in England

Weight: 0.025kg

Measurements: 12.5x1.5cm

TONG IX

ENGLISH SILVER TONGS 1937

English silver with four visible hallmarks:

- "EV": Corresponds to the goldsmith, Emile Viner located on Bath Street and later on Broomhall Street in Sheffield
- Crown: indicates the English office that carried out the verification, in this case the crown corresponds to the Sheffield office
- Lion passant: official hallmark used to identify silver in England
- Letter "u": indicates the year; In this case this letter accompanied by the rest of the contrasts corresponds to the year 1937

Weight: 0.009kg

Measurements: 8.2x1cm

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