Description and Details
We are delighted to offer this classic and elegant Georgian solid silver sugar sifter spoon made by silversmith William Chawner in London, 1822.
The spoon features a wonderful plain and high polish finish with a crested handle (a stag crest).
The bowl of the spoon features a classic and desirable intricately pierced 'cross and dot' design which allows for the right amount of sugar to be held and sifted whilst maintaining its aesthetic charm.
A full set of English hallmarks are present on the reverse side of the handle.
- Length (Handle to Tip of Bowl): 150mm/5.51in
- Width: 45mm/2.16in
- Weight: 42g (1.30oz)
Good Condition - The spoon is in good antique condition with no issues, some slight wear on the handle and crest which appear faintly. Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
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