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Sterling Fish Server, 1827

David Friedman Antiques

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Sterling Fish Server, 1827
Sterling Fish Server, 1827
Sterling Fish Server, 1827
Sterling Fish Server, 1827
Sterling Fish Server, 1827

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Product Information

Antique; 19th century
Country of Origin:
sterling silver
12" L x 2.75" W
other; Hand-wash.

Why We Love This

An antique English sterling silver fish server made during the reign of George IV. Has openwork with scroll design on blade and is hallmarked English sterling silver by the Lion Passant mark. Maker’s mark is for William Chawner, London. Date letter “m” for 1827.
As described by David Friedman Antiques

About David Friedman Antiques

Silversmith, antiquarian, and Southern California native David Friedman blends his artistic aesthetic and more than 40 years of finely honed skills to create his collection of one-of-a-kind restored vintage and antique accents. His Beverly Hills shop drew a clientele of celebrities, Hollywood agents, interior designers, and even former presidents. His studio is now located in beautiful Bellingham, WA, where he personally prepares and restores each carefully selected item.