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This is an 18th Century English antique sterling silver mote spoon by Stephen Adams.
In excellent order, struck with SA for Stephen Adams as well as the lion passant denoting sterling ...
A pair of silver sugar tongs. The outer edge has a decorative design. It is hallmarked London c1800 and made by Stephen Adams I. It measures 13.5cm long.
A pair of English sterling silver table spoons with excellent well preserved hallmarks, both are hallmarked from London in 1776 with the makers mark being that of Stephen Adams II.
English antique sterling silver berry spoon with family crest on terminal that we have not researched.
Made by Stephen Adams and hallmarked from London in 1809.
DATE : 1809
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This is a fine and attractive George III sterling silver caster or shaker made by Stephen Adams I and hallmarked in London 1792. It is in very good condition with ...
An antique George III solid silver tea pot in oval form with canted corners. The body has an all over bright cut engraving and the domed lid has a flush ...
On offer is a silver tea caddy spoon for Stephen Adams, London 1788.
With a scalloped bowl and finely decorated handle with a shield shaped cartouche containing initials.
This solid sterling silver sauce or condiment ladle is in very good condition.
It is clearly hallmarked on the reverse of the handle for London 1804 with the maker's mark of ...
Good set of six George III Sterling silver teaspoons by STEPHEN ADAMS of LONDON 1811.
This is a pair of early 19th-century (1807) Georgian - George III sterling silver salt spoons. Old English pattern.
London, SILVER fineness 925 MAKER Stephen Adams
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