A fine pair of George IV Salad Servers made in London in 1826 by William Chawner.
A fine pair of George IV Salad Servers made in London in 1826 by William Chawner.
A fine pair of George IV Salad Servers made in London in 1826 by William Chawner.

A fine pair of George IV Salad Servers made in London in 1826 by William Chawner.

1826 London

Offered by Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd

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The Salad Servers are modelled in the Fiddle and Thread Pattern which is double struck. The Spoon has an unusual egg shaped bowl and the fork displays six tines. The top of the stems are engraved with a contemporary Crest and each piece is very well marked. The servers are of a very thick gauge of silver and are in excellent condition.

Length of spoon and fork: 11.5 inches, 28.75cm.
Weight: 9oz.
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