Pierced silver ladle or spoon with elabrate design to the bowl and handle by Chawner & Co George William Adams London 1875.
Victorian Silver draining sifting ladle spoon Chawner & Co 1875
A lovely silver draining spoon for friut etc service or can be used to sift sugar etc in Old English beaded pattern. Victorian, being hallmarked in 1875 and made by Chawner and Co with George William Adams, The bowl has an elaborate design of scroll shaped pierced areas on a reeded structure. The handle has a beaded edge and a feather design towards the terminal with a cartouche containing an armorial.
Weight: 29 grams
Condition: In good antique condition commensuate with age and light usage, Good hallmarks, sponsors mark and duty mark. Nice patina - it has not been over polished.