Pair Little Tom Tucker Novelty Peppers

HENRY WILLIAMSON LTD, BIRMINGHAM 1911
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A rare pair of Edwardian Novelty silver Salt and Pepper Pots modelled as the Nursery Rhyme character – “Little Tom Tucker” singing for his supper, with hollow bodies and pull off covers, on flat circular bases.
Little Tom Tucker Sings for his supper. What shall he eat? White bread and butter. How will he cut it Without e'er a knife? How will he be married Without e'er a wife?

By Henry Williamson Ltd, Birmingham 1911.

Sold - £485.00

Condition
In good condition although there is a surface repair to the chest of the pepper.
Dimensions
L
60  mm (2.36 inches)
D
30  mm (1.18 inches)
Weight
49.00 Grams (1.58 troy ounces)
Country
England
Stock Code
JR10
Medium
Silver