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This is a heavy early 19th-century Georgian-William IV solid sterling silver large tea spoon made by the sought after female silversmiths Mary Chawner Kings pattern Full English silver hallmarksA heavy
English antique sterling silver serving spoon by Mary Chawner hallmarked from London in 1835Carries a family crest on terminal of a stag which we have not researchedIn excellent condition and
This is a substantial set of 3 William 1V silver servingtable spoons made by Mary Chawner and hallmarked London 1836Of fiddle pattern design they are made with a thick gauge
English antique Double Struck Kings Pattern salt spoon by Mary Chawner hallmarked from London in 1834It carries a family crest which we have not researchedA faint hairline can be seen
Three double struck kings pattern sterling silver dessert forks 2 by William Chawner hallmarked 1828 and 1831 one with monogram to reverside of terminal the other with a family crest
Three lovely 19th Century antique silver tea spoons maker Mary Chawner in great condition
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