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Antique English sterling silver asparagus tongs by Mary Chawner, hallmarked from London in 1838.
In first class immaculate order, of good gauge silver.
MAKER or SPONSOR MARK: Mary Chawner
ASSAY OFFICE: London
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. King's pattern. Full English silver hallmarks.
A heavy ...
English antique sterling silver serving spoon by Mary Chawner, hallmarked from London in 1835.
Carries a family crest on terminal of a stag which we have not researched.
In excellent condition and ...
English antique Double Struck Kings Pattern salt spoon by Mary Chawner, hallmarked from London in 1834.
It carries a family crest which we have not researched.
A 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, ...
This is a substantial set of 3 William 1V silver serving/table spoons made by Mary Chawner and hallmarked London 1836.
Of fiddle pattern design they are made with a thick gauge ...
Three lovely 19th Century antique silver tea spoons maker Mary Chawner in great condition.