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A pair of beautiful Victorian silver small desert spoons in the attractive ‘Elizabethan Pattern’, so called because of the Renaissance style decoration. One of the loveliest of the many fine ...
These are a set of 5 antique English sterling silver dessert knives by George Adams, all hallmarked to the handles 3 from London 1851 and 2 from London 1854.
Handles are ...
A good quality and very heavy gauge Victorian silver Stilton Cheese Scoop, in 'New Gothic' pattern. The terminal engraved with a crest.
By George Adams, London 1868.
Set of 6 antique English sterling silver dessert forks by George Adams, all hallmarked from London in 1851.
The handles are hallmarked sterling silver the tines are silver plated.
Handles are in ...
English antique sterling silver fish knife by George Adams, hallmarked from London in 1860.
In excellent order, we have been unable to find the name of the pattern on this knife.
A very attractive small Victorian silver bowl with engraved decoration of fern leaves and blank unengraved cartouches on both sides, on a pedestal foot. Original silver gilt interior.
A good sized antique sterling silver salt spoon by George Adams, hallmarked from London in 1866.
In good order, measures 107mm in length with the bowl measuring 23mm across.
MAKER or ...
English antique sterling silver sifter ladle by George Adams, hallmarked from London in 1874.
Letter M engraved to terminal, in excellent order, measuring 148mm in length and 47mm across the bowl.
English antique sterling silver double struck fork and spoon by George Adams, hallmarked from London in 1862.
Both in immaculate order, spoon measures 156mm and fork measures 150mm.
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This is a fine quality 19th Century antique silver fork & spoon - George W Adams, London
These are a set of 6 English sterling silver dinner table forks in the Kings pattern by George Adams, all hallmarked from London in 1850.
They each carry a family crest ...
Pair of antique sterling silver sauce ladles in the very sought after and rare Tamworth pattern, hallmarked from London in 1870 with the makers mark being that of George Adams. ...
Antique English sterling silver sifter ladle by George Adams, hallmarked from London in 1847.
It carries a family crest of a swan holding a fish (we have not researched this), crest ...
English antique sterling silver table dinner fork by George Adams, hallmarked from London in 1841.
Excellent well preserved set of hallmarks.
DATE : 1841
MAKER or SPONSOR MARK : George Adams
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These are a pair of English antique sterling silver dinner/table forks by George Adams, hallmarked from London in 1882.
In excellent order with no engravings.
DATE : 1882
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Pair of English antique sterling silver sugar shovels/spoons by George Adams, hallmarked from London in 1854.
They each carry a family crest on the terminal depicting a spread eagle which we ...
A pair of antique Victorian novelty silver napkin rings in the form of buckles, beautifully made with a good gauge of silver and presented in a blue velvet lined chest ...
This exceptional antique Victorian sterling silver gravy spoon has been made in the Queen's pattern*.
The surface of this Victorian spoon handle is embellished with the classic Queen's pattern ornamentation, including ...
This exceptional Victorian sterling silver soup ladle has been crafted in the Old English pattern.
The anterior surfaces of the handle terminal is embellished with a contemporary bright cut engraved crest ...
These are fine quality silver spoons, a good weight at 222.3g, and hallmarked for London 1846. Marked "GA" for George William Adams of Chawnor & Co.
These are a beautiful set of six antique Victorian silver teaspoons in fiddle & thread pattern. All Hallmarked London 1847. Maker Chawner & Co (George William Adams)
This nice set of five silver spoons are fully hallmarked on the back for London 1876 with the maker's mark for Chawner & Co. (George William Adams). The spoons are ...
English antique sterling silver ice cream spade/spoon in the Grecian pattern, made by George Adams and hallmarked from London in 1863.
Not at all common to find a ice cream spade/spoon ...
Antique English sterling silver soup ladle by George Adams in the rare Tamworth pattern, hallmarked from London in 1871.
Family crest to the terminal which we have not researched.
Small dink on ...
Set of 6 antique English sterling silver dessert knives by George Adams, all hallmarked to the handles from London 1851.
Handles are in the straight tudor pattern, only the handles are ...
Set of 6 sterling silver dessert spoons in the rare and sought after Tamworth pattern by George Adams, hallmarked from London in 1870.
Each carries a family crest which we have ...
Set of 6 heavy gauge sterling silver teaspoons in the Fiddle & Thread pattern by George Adams, hallmarked from London in 1840.
Each carries a family crest of a stag (not ...
Antique sterling silver fish knife in the bead pattern by George Adams, hallmarked from London in 1874.
The blade has been engraved showing it was a prize at the Meigle Poultry ...
Four beautiful Victorian silver small desert spoons in the attractive ‘Elizabethan Pattern’, so called because of the Renaissance style decoration. One of the loveliest of the many fine Victorian flatware ...
This is a superb antique Victorian sterling silver presentation trowel measuring 14 1/2" (37 cms) long x 4" (10 cms) across and weighing 269 grams.
It's clearly hallmarked for London 1851 ...