Silver Fish Serving Knife by William Chawner

  • This elegant sterling silver fish knife was created by the renowned silversmith William Chawner
  • This server incorporates an intricately pierced design into its blade
  • Chawner was the most important manufacturer of spoons and forks in London
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Item No. 31-3180

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This elegant sterling silver fish serving knife was created by the renowned London silversmith William Chawner. An outstanding example of Chawner's artistry, this server incorporates an intricately pierced design into its blade. Chawner was the most important manufacturer of spoons and forks in London and participated in the 1851 Great Exhibition and the 1862 International Exhibition in London. He also supplied works to important retail houses such as Hunt & Roskell, R.& S. Garrard & Co and Elkington & Co.

Hallmarked London
Circa 1823

12 7/8" length x 2 7/8" deep x 1 3/8" high
Silver Fish Serving Knife by William Chawner
Period: 19th Century
Origin: England
Type: Flatware
Depth: 2.88 Inches
Width: 12.88 Inches
Height: 1.38 Inches
Style: Georgian
Silver Fish Serving Knife by William Chawner
Georgian Silver

Georgian Silver       The Georgian Era is a period of British history from 1714-1830 as marked by the reigns of George I, George II, George III, and George IV, the first four Hanoverian kings of Great Britain. The era saw...

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