A George IV sterling silver fish slice, London 1823 by William Chawner
King’s pattern, double struck. The terminal engraved with a crest of upon a rock a paschal lamb, supporting with his sinister fore-foot a garb. Scimitar blade with pierced decoration of anthemia. Fully marked.
Length – 32.2 cm / 12.65 inches
Weight – 231 grams / 7.43 ozt
The crest is for Stancomb of Blount's Court, Devizes
Provenance: Hampton House, Richmond upon Thames
Sold for £119
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