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Enquiry from Online Galleries regarding "Pair of George IV silver gilt, Coburg pattern serving spoons. London 1828. Maker William Chawner II"
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This pattern was designed for Rundell Bridge & Rundell in about 1810, this rare pattern was made by Paul Storr and is possibly the pattern for which he is best known. Coburg was continued to be made throughout the 19th century and it is still made today. The Coburg pattern is a very impressive design which makes the pieces stand out for both displaying and entertaining.
The Chawners were part of a dynasty of master craftsman which were interlinked with the Eleys and Fearns as far back as the second half of the 18th century.
In 1815, William Chawner II set up his own family business of Chawner & Co., this silver workshop became the most dominant force in silver flatware production through the 19th century.
Size:- Length 10.5 inches (26.6 cm)