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English Silver148 of 173Order of the Garter Sterling Egg CupsSterling Match Holder with Fob and Charm
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    Posted 10 years ago

    PTK
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    spoon rgw marks are on bowl, the second pic is the reverse side of the opposite end of the spoon or handle. any takers / guessers / want to help? i almost certain its english.

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    1. PTK, 10 years ago
      marks are on the spoon bowl
      the second photo is on the reverse of the handle
      Im almost certain this is english

      anyone?
    2. vetraio50 vetraio50, 10 years ago
      English hallmarks for London. The maker is Chawner & Co (George William Adams) 1840..1882 (registered Nov 1840). The year letter is troubling me though. I think it is "L" for 1846. It just seems inverted.
      http://www.silvercollection.it/englishsilverhallmarks.html

      The crest on the other side has a baronet's crown, I think.
    3. PTK, 10 years ago
      thanks, from what ive gathered it is what you have noted. the "L" mark i believe is the year mark, ive got it closely pegged to 1860's. it that GA, the maker. Adams is what ive found but i cannot get this validated. and ive certainly never seen this one anywhere else.
    4. PTK, 10 years ago
      THANKS SO MUCH FOR THE INFO VETRAIO50. I THINK I MUST HAVE BEEN IN THE PROCESS OF TYPING / POSTING AS YOU WERE. VERY HELPFUL. AND YES THE 'L" MARK YOU ARE RIGHT, 1864. SPOT ON! THANKS
    5. PTK, 10 years ago
      1846. CORRECTION.
      *VETRAIO50* MANY THANKS FOR THE DETECTIVE WORK, GREAT STUFF!

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