Mary Chawner Salad Fork, 1839
Salad Fork - Fiddle Pattern - London 1839 by Mary Chawner - 29.2cm long; 136g - LP/8866
This 12" long silver serving fork was made in the early years of Victoria's reign by the best silver flatware makers of the period - Chawner & Company, under the leadership of Mary Chawner.
Made in the fiddle pattern, this large fork has a spoon-shaped bowl with six fork tines (a "spork") and is ideal for scooping, for example with salads. The front terminal is expertly engraved with a complex cipher and the server is in fine original condition.