European Furniture & Decorative Arts
George III Sterling Silver Flatware Service, London, 1819-20, William Chawner II, maker, each with engraved armorial, twenty-four dinner forks, twelve each: teaspoons, luncheon/dessert forks, large tablespoons, dessert spoons, hollow dinner knives, and hollow dessert/luncheon knives, two each: sauce ladles and gravy spoons, a salad serving set, mustard spoon, and soup ladle, approx. 216.4 troy oz. weighable silver.
N.B. Sold to benefit the Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts.
All with usage wear abrasions. Engraved armorial possibly re-engraved (some abrasions where existing engraving is). Some very minor dents to handles consistent with age/use. Otherwise in good overall condition.
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