A matched set of 6 antique 19th century sterling silver teaspoons. 5 of the spoons were made by Hayne & Chater and hallmarked in London 1850 the final spoon was made by William Chawner and hallmarked in London 1825. All spoons are in very good condition with clear hallmarks and of the Coburg pattern which is very ornate and was initially made by Paul Storr around 1811. The decoration is beautiful on front and reverse culminating in a very attractive shell to the back of the bowl.
The spoons have been made with a good gauge of silver and weigh over 1 oz each and each spoon has scrolled initials. A fine set of this very collectible flatware pattern from two well respected makers.(NB any shadows shown in the photographs are merely reflections). Weight 235 gms (8.25 gms). Length 14.75 cms (5.75 ins). The item "6 ANTIQUE VICTORIAN ENGLISH STERLING SILVER COBURG PATTERN TEASPOONS" is in sale since Saturday, March 27, 2021.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Cutlery". The seller is "wentworthsilver" and is located in Tiddington . This item can be shipped worldwide.