A very fine Georgian Triangular Serving Slice made in London in 1832 by William Chawner II.
A very fine Georgian Triangular Serving Slice made in London in 1832 by William Chawner II.
A very fine Georgian Triangular Serving Slice made in London in 1832 by William Chawner II.
A very fine Georgian Triangular Serving Slice made in London in 1832 by William Chawner II.

A very fine Georgian Triangular Serving Slice made in London in 1832 by William Chawner II.

1832 London

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The Slice is made in the very rare "Tear drop" pattern and is cast. The Slice has a triangular blade which is pierced and engraved with scroll work and roundels. The teardrop handle is attached to the blade with a stylised flower head moulding and has a reeded outer border and displays a Rococo shell motif at top. The handle is very well marked and is engraved with a contemporary Crest.

Length: 11 inches, 27.5cm
Width, at the widest point: 4.5 inches, 11.25cm.
Weight: 9oz.
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