In beautiful condition the bowls of these berry spoons are vermeil (gold washed), hard to see in the photos but pristine. The berries are in high relief and detailed. The pair berry spoons measure 5.5" long. The spoons have no monogram. Historic and beautiful Georgian Sterling Silver.
Ref: Silver Collection IT:" Chawner was the most important manufacturer of spoons and forks in London and participated to the 1851 Great Exhibition and to the 1862 International Exhibition. Their pattern book (c.1875) is the reference for naming many of the patterns manufactured in the Victorian era.Chawner & Co were supplier of important retail houses as Hunt & Roskell, R.& S. Garrard & Co, Elkington & Co. (in most cases they overstruck the pieces with their own mark). ..William Chawner II 1815-1834" The spoon marks date the year they were made to 1824.
Antique Sterling Berry Spoons Georgian London England 1824 William Chawner