Please could you help me identify the maker of these silver meat or perhaps poultry skewers. They're 19cm long. The one would appear to have the Paris first standard guarentee for 1819 to 1838, a tiny little round mark which I can't identify under the jewellers loop and a markers mark which appears to be symbol at the top, then C, a castle, C and the top of a litter possibly and I at the bottom. The other two which are a little more substantial are simply stamped R, sheaf of wheat, L. I am fairly sure they are silver, but they could be high quality silver early plate. They may not even be french.
I have included the three together as they came from the same household, and thought they might give some context to each other, but if you would like me to list separately, I will gladly do so.
Many thanks Frank
The one with the confirmed french mark is in the front
the marks on the other two