Silver Sugar Nips by William Bateman

  • These elegant sugar nips were crafted by William Bateman
  • The grandson of the legendary Hester Bateman, William's silver works carried on the family legacy
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Item No. 31-2938

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These elegantly formed sugar nips, or tea tongs, were crafted by the famed silversmith William Bateman. The piece is masterfully crafted with Bateman's renowned eye for detail, from the graceful neoclassical lines to the monogram "IR" carefully engraved on the action. Grandson of the celebrated Hester Bateman, William Bateman's creations continue the family's silversmithing legacy and epitomize the grace and elegance of the Georgian era.

Hallmarked London

Circa 1815-1840

4 1/8" length x 1 5/8" wide
Silver Sugar Nips by William Bateman
Period: 19th Century
Origin: England
Type: Other
Depth: 0.38 Inches
Width: 1.63 Inches
Height: 4.13 Inches
Style: Regency

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