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Creator: Chawner & Co.
Antique Victorian Sterling Silver Gilt Three Piece Bachelor Tea Service
By Chawner & Co.
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive antique Victorian English sterling silver gilt three piece bachelor tea set/service; an addition to our diverse si...
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1870s English Victorian Antique Chawner & Co. Furniture

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Sterling Silver

George Adams Victorian 1860s Sterling Silver Fiddle Pattern Salad Servers
By Chawner & Co., George William Adams
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive pair of antique Victorian English sterling silver fiddle pattern salad servers made by George Adams; an addition to our silver flatware collection...
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1860s English Victorian Antique Chawner & Co. Furniture

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Sterling Silver

George Adams Victorian Sterling Silver Canteen of Cutlery for 12 Persons
By Chawner & Co., George William Adams
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive antique Victorian English sterling silver straight single struck Fiddle, Thread & Shell pattern flatware service for 12 persons made by George Adams; an addition to our canteen of cutlery collection The pieces of this exceptional, antique Victorian straight* sterling silver flatware service for 12 persons have been crafted in the Fiddle, Thread and Shell pattern. The surface of each handle is embellished with a paralleling thread decorated border accented with a shell design to the terminal and reverse of each bowl. The anterior surface of each spoon and fork handle terminal are ornamented with a contemporary engraved crest of a leopard couchant guardant and collared. The posterior surface of each piece is plain and unembellished, apart from a rounded heel to the bowl of each spoon. This single struck Fiddle Thread and Shell pattern flatware set consists of 48 pieces: 12 Table forks 12 Table spoons 12 Dessert forks 12 Dessert spoons Each piece of this service has been crafted by the collectable, renowned silversmith and flatware maker George Adams of Chawner & Co in 1842. This antique silver service...
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1840s English Victorian Antique Chawner & Co. Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Antique Victorian Pair of Sterling Silver Lily Pattern Sauce Ladles
By Chawner & Co., George William Adams
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive pair of antique sterling silver lily pattern sauce ladles made by George Adams; an addition to our Victorian silver flatware collection. These exceptional antique Victorian sterling silver sauce ladles have been crafted in the Lily pattern. The lily pattern leaf decoration to the handle terminal and heel of each piece is a Classic example of mid-Victorian naturalism. The anterior surface of the handle of these antique silver sauce ladles...
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1850s Great Britain (UK) Victorian Antique Chawner & Co. Furniture

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Silver, Sterling Silver

1862 Antique Victoria Pattern Sterling Silver Gravy Spoon
By Chawner & Co., George William Adams
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive, antique Victorian English sterling silver gravy spoon made by George William Adams; an addition to our silver f...
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1860s British Victorian Antique Chawner & Co. Furniture

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Silver, Sterling Silver

Regency Period 'Fiddle' Sterling Silver Straining Spoon Chawner & Co. 1811
By Chawner & Co.
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in London in 1811 by Eley, Fearn & Chawner, this handsome, Regency Period, antique sterling silver straining spoon, is in 'Fiddle' pa...
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1810s English Regency Antique Chawner & Co. Furniture

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Sterling Silver

Twelve 19th Century Chawner & Co George William Adams Sterling Silver Forks
By Chawner & Co., George William Adams
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
Twelve English 19th century Chawner & Co - George William Adams sterling silver forks, 1858, London hallmark Weight: 1212 grams.
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19th Century English Antique Chawner & Co. Furniture

Materials

Sterling Silver

George Adams Victorian Sterling Silver Canteen of Cutlery for 6 Persons
By Chawner & Co., George William Adams
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive antique English sterling silver straight fiddle, thread and shell pattern flatware service for six persons made by George Adams; an addition to our flatware collection. The pieces of this exceptional, antique Victorian straight sterling silver flatware set for six persons have been crafted in the fiddle, thread and shell pattern. The surface of each handle is embellished with a paralleling thread decorated border accented with a shell design to the terminal and reverse of each bowl. The anterior surface of each spoon and posterior surface of each fork handle terminal are ornamented with a contemporary bright cut engraved crest of a hawk rousant. This Fiddle Thread and Shell pattern flatware set consists of 32 pieces: Basic service: Six table forks Six table spoons Six dessert forks Six dessert spoons Six teaspoons Additional pieces: Pair of sugar tongs Sauce ladle The fundamental pieces of this service have been crafted by the collectable, renowned silversmith and flatware maker George Adams of Chawner & Co in 1846. This antique silver service can be purchased with knives if so desired, either a traditional Thread and Shell pattern or Fiddle Thread and Shell pattern can be arranged. This antique flatware service is supplied in felt cutlery rolls; which not only protect the items in storage but significantly reduces tarnishing. "Straight" means all the pieces are made by the same maker in the same year. Condition This fiddle thread and shell pattern flatware set is an exceptional gauge of silver, exceptional quality and in exceptional presentation condition. The pattern decoration is very sharp and the bright cut engraved crests are all very crisp. Full hallmarks struck to the reverse of each piece are all very clear. Dimensions Table fork 20.7cm/8.1" Table spoon 22.5cm/8.9" Dessert fork 17.4cm/6.9" Dessert spoon 18.2cm/7.2" Teaspoon 14.5cm/5.7" Sugar tongs 14.8cm/5.8" Sauce ladle 18.2cm/7.2" Total Weight 72.1 troy ounces/2242g Video: A video of this fine piece is available upon request. Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this impressive example of antique German silverware.
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1840s English Victorian Antique Chawner & Co. Furniture

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Sterling Silver

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Chawner & Co. furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Chawner & Co. furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of sterling silver and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Chawner & Co. furniture, although silver editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Chawner & Co. were created in the Victorian style in united kingdom during the 19th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by George William Adams, William Eaton, and George Adams. Prices for Chawner & Co. furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $960 and can go as high as $14,921, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $2,268.
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