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SCARCE PAIR GEORGE III SILVER NUTCRACKERS

Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson, London, 1802

 

Scarce Pair of George III Silver Nutcrackers, Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson, London, 1802

 

Of heavy gauge silver, the reversible nutcrackers with a central pivot
between ribbed paddles extending into tapering cylindrical and reeded handles
ending in reeded ball finials;
each handle with maker's mark, one with duty marks and lion passant,
the other with date mark

 

 

Condition : Good to excellent with wear appropriate to age and usage;
handles with clear marks, the maker's mark slightly distorted;
lacking town mark for London

 

Note : Georgian silver nutcrackers are excessively difficult to find.
Most available silver nutcrackers date from the late Victorian period,
forward into the 20th century

 

5.25" Long / 4.4 oz.

 

PRICE : Please Inquire

 

#8006

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

SCARCE PAIR GEORGE III SILVER NUTCRACKERS, Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson, London, 1802, & George V Pair Silver Nutcrackers, George Howson, 1926

 

Shown Together with the George V Pair Silver Nutcrackers, George Howson, 1926, illustrated below :

 

 

Good Pair George V Silver Nutcracker

George Howson, London, 1926

 

 


 

 

 

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Scarce Pair of George III Silver Nutcrackers, Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson, London, 1802 

 

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