Anne Lechmere’s silver Tablefork.
A George I hanoverian pattern three-prong silver Tablefork, London 1725, by Paul Hanet. The terminal of the fork is engraved wth a coat-of-arms in a lozenge [Lechmere impaling another, probably intended to be Foley], for Anne Lechmere, widow of Anthony Lechmere of Hanley Castle, Worcestershire, who had died in 1720.
Good with light wear to the coat-of-arms and the marks. Of good colour and weight.
Length – 19.50 cm.; Width – 2.30 cm.; Weight – 71.10 gms.