ANTIQUE SUGAR TONGS, Hotel Savoy Plaza, New York City
PARIS HOTEL BOUTIQUE
This exquisite pair of sugar tongs are from the Hotel Savoy Plaza in New York City. The Savoy-Plaza Hotel was a 33-story hotel overlooking Central Park at Fifth Avenue and East 59th Street in Midtown Manhattan. It opened in 1927 and was demolished in 1965. This stunning pair has the hotel crest on both sides. Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 4-3/4″L / Inside reads, “Savoy-Plaza”
Manufactured by Gorham
Ships from San Francisco by Paris Hotel Boutique
Out of stock
Lynn Goldfinger began her antiques business in 1995. In 2002, she launched her online shop, Paris Hotel Boutique, as a new way to market her fantastic collection of antiques & collectibles, which include: estate jewelry, curiosities, first edition books, paintings, European decor, and a vast array of old hotel china and silver. The well-preserved items are from the early 19th century through the mid 20th century, and reflect the style and elegance of another time and place.
Now more than 15 years later, Lynn continues to add to her inventory as often as possible, and bases her buys on what is in vogue for the season. Because of her eye for glamour and ability to uncover gems at the flea markets and estate sales she scours, Lynn has earned a loyal following of shoppers who rely on her for their vintage finds.
She grew up in San Francisco, and lives in the city with her husband Leif, and their dog, Sonny. Before opening Paris Hotel Boutique, Lynn was personal assistant to late blues musician, John Lee Hooker.