Old English Silver Straining Spoon by Thomas Chawner 1774
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A well made Silver Old English design Straining Spoon.
Fully hallmarked at the London Assay Office. Date: 1774
Maker: Thomas Chawner of 60 Paternoster Row. London.
(His workshop location close to St. Pauls Cathedral)
The top of the spoon engraved with the original owners crest (please see photo)
Length: 12 inches
Weight: 126 grams
(Commensurate with age and use)
Shipping:Negotiated with Seller
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- Thomas Chawner
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- Excellent / see text
- Old English
- English Hallmarked Silver
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