13 items available.
A rare find! A solid sterling silver teaspoon in the Palm Pattern, made exclusively by Chawner & Co, specifically George William Adams.
It is clearly hallmarked on the back of ...
A beautiful antique Victorian silver travelling communion set, presented in the original box. The set consists of a very pretty small engraved decorated goblet inscribed SH with a gilt interior. ...
This is a beautiful antique Victorian silver bowl, standing on a small raised foot. Engraved with flowers and scrolls all around. Gilded interior. Cartouche is engraved with 1861. Fully hallmarked ...
A pair of antique Victorian novelty silver napkin rings in the form of buckles, beautifully made with a good gauge of silver and presented in a blue velvet lined chest ...
This is an excellent set of six Victorian dinner forks.
Good, clear hallmarks on the reverse of the handle for London 1871, with the maker's mark of the specialist flatware makers, ...
A good set of six Victorian solid sterling silver desert forks.
Good, clear hallmarks on the reverse of the handles for London 1871, with the maker's mark of the flatware specialists, ...
This exceptional antique Victorian sterling silver gravy spoon has been made in the Queen's pattern*.
The surface of this Victorian spoon handle is embellished with the classic Queen's pattern ornamentation, including ...
This exceptional Victorian sterling silver soup ladle has been crafted in the Old English pattern.
The anterior surfaces of the handle terminal is embellished with a contemporary bright cut engraved crest ...
These are fine quality silver spoons, a good weight at 222.3g, and hallmarked for London 1846. Marked "GA" for George William Adams of Chawnor & Co.
Excellent solid sterling silver mustard pot, clearly hallmarked on the base (and partially inside the lid) for Birmingham 1900, with the maker's mark for T Beardsmore.
A classic half-fluted design, ...
These are a beautiful set of six antique Victorian silver teaspoons in fiddle & thread pattern. All Hallmarked London 1847. Maker Chawner & Co (George William Adams)
These are a lovely set of six antique silver teaspoons in fiddle style, Hallmarked London 1853, very good condition, No sign of ware. Good clear hallmarks and matching set.
This nice set of five silver spoons are fully hallmarked on the back for London 1876 with the maker's mark for Chawner & Co. (George William Adams). The spoons are ...