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1840 Mary Chawner Sterling Silver Fiddle Back Spoons 11840 Mary Chawner Sterling Silver Fiddle Back Spoons 21840 Mary Chawner Sterling Silver Fiddle Back Spoons 31840 Mary Chawner Sterling Silver Fiddle Back Spoons 41840 Mary Chawner Sterling Silver Fiddle Back Spoons 51840 Mary Chawner Sterling Silver Fiddle Back Spoons 6

3 Mary Chawner Sterling Silver Fiddle Back Desert Spoons 1840.

These wonderful spoons come from a matched set and are in excellent condition with little signs of use.

There is a full hallmark with a matching "7" mark.

The spoons measure 18cm long and weigh 133 grams.

FREE Royal Mail Special Delivery included.

i Information Point.

Mary Chawner was the daughter of William Burwash, watch case maker, and wife to William Chawner, spoonmaker, and was based in London.In 1834 Mary became the sole proprietor following the death of her husband, and registered the MC mark that is found on all of her items.Mary continued with the business before passing it on to her son-in-law George Adams in November 1840, marking an end to the MC mark. Mary was belatedly recognised as a woman of influence and has several hallmarked pieces in the collection of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, based in Washington.

RAC 2022.

 

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