Maker help on silver fork

Discussion in 'Silver' started by bobsyouruncle, Jan 26, 2020.

  1. bobsyouruncle

    bobsyouruncle Well-Known Member

    Hi all...a little help to identify the maker. I believe this is London 1828 but am happy to be corrected. As always thank you so much. IMG_1879.JPG IMG_1878.JPG IMG_1877.JPG
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  2. bobsyouruncle

    bobsyouruncle Well-Known Member

    I may be getting better!!! I think I found it 1828 English Sterling DinnerFork William Chawner II London 9
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  3. blooey

    blooey Well-Known Member

    how come it's all scratched? Did someone scotchbrite it?
  4. bobsyouruncle

    bobsyouruncle Well-Known Member

    after I posted..I thought exactly the same thing :( They have been in a box in ? silver cloth sleeves for a long time 8 dinner 6 lunch but I had never really looked at them. Is it possible to get rid of those scratches? Now I'm going to need to look at all the rest. Auction purchase a long time ago so perhaps the family got them ready with scotchbrite!! :(
    Silly question..given the date and maker does this reduce them to silver value only?
  5. bobsyouruncle

    bobsyouruncle Well-Known Member

    One more question there a name for the pattern?
  6. DragonflyWink

    DragonflyWink Well-Known Member

    Basic 'Fiddle' pattern...

  7. bobsyouruncle

    bobsyouruncle Well-Known Member

    thank you very much Cheryl..appreciate your help
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