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A Victorian silver Tudor pattern table service flatware, by George Adams, London 1850 - 53,  (Qty)

A Victorian silver Tudor pattern table service flatware, by George Adams, London 1850 - 53, (Qty)

A Victorian silver Tudor pattern table service flatware, by George Adams, London 1850 - 53, (Qty)

A VICTORIAN SILVER TABLE-SERVICE | MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, MOSTLY 1856 | mid 19th Century, All other categories of objects | Christie's

A VICTORIAN SILVER TABLE-SERVICE , MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, MOSTLY 1856

A VICTORIAN SILVER TABLE-SERVICE | MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, MOSTLY 1856 | mid 19th Century, All other categories of objects | Christie's

A set of four Victorian silver private-die table knives and a carving knife and fork, by William Eaton, London 1837, King's shape, with an eagle crest. (6)

A set of four victorian silver private-die table knives and a carving knife and fork | Woolley and Wallis

A set of four Victorian silver private-die table knives and a carving knife and fork, by William Eaton, London 1837, King's shape, with an eagle crest. (6)

A set of Victorian silver Vine pattern knives, by Francis Higgins, London 1863, one 1875, comprising: twenty table knives, rebladed with two different blades, and some with a later ferrules, plus twenty dessert knives, with replacement blades. (40)

A set of victorian silver vine pattern knives | Woolley and Wallis

A set of Victorian silver Vine pattern knives, by Francis Higgins, London 1863, one 1875, comprising: twenty table knives, rebladed with two different blades, and some with a later ferrules, plus twenty dessert knives, with replacement blades. (40)

A Victorian set of twelve silver handled table knives and two pairs of carvers, by Hunt and Roskell, London 1875, with an unusual scroll design to the handles, steel blades. (16)

A victorian set of twelve silver handled table knives and two pairs of carvers | Woolley and Wallis

A Victorian set of twelve silver handled table knives and two pairs of carvers, by Hunt and Roskell, London 1875, with an unusual scroll design to the handles, steel blades. (16)

A set of twelve Victorian silver New Gothic pattern table knives, by George Adams, London 1872, re-bladed. (12

A set of twelve victorian silver new gothic pattern table knives | Woolley and Wallis

A set of twelve Victorian silver New Gothic pattern table knives, by George Adams, London 1872, re-bladed. (12

A set of ten victorian silver new gothic pattern dessert knives | Woolley and Wallis

A set of six Victorian silver egg spoons, George Adams, London 1858, Tamworth pattern, 12cm long,

A set of six Victorian silver egg spoons, George Adams, London 1858, Tamworth pattern, 12cm long,

A set of six Victorian silver egg spoons, George Adams, London 1858, Tamworth pattern, 12cm long,

A pair of Victorian silver egg spoons, John Samuel Hunt (Hunt and Roskell), London 1861, Wellingt

A pair of Victorian silver egg spoons, John Samuel Hunt (Hunt and Roskell), London 1861, Wellingt

A pair of Victorian silver egg spoons, John Samuel Hunt (Hunt and Roskell), London 1861, Wellingt

All cast and chased with foliage and rocaille, each engraved with a crest to reverse of handle terminal, comprising:Twenty-four tablespoonsTwenty-four dessert spoonsTwelve teaspoonsSix coffee spoonsSixty dinner forksTwenty-four luncheon forksForty-eight dinner knivesTwenty-four luncheon knivesThree-piece carving setTwo serving spoonsTwo soup ladlesFour sauce ladlesOne sugar sifterOne pair of sugar tongsTwo large butter knivesOne crumberFour salt spoons, parcel-giltIn a five-tray wood chest…

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All cast and chased with foliage and rocaille, each engraved with a crest to reverse of handle terminal, comprising:Twenty-four tablespoonsTwenty-four dessert spoonsTwelve teaspoonsSix coffee spoonsSixty dinner forksTwenty-four luncheon forksForty-eight dinner knivesTwenty-four luncheon knivesThree-piece carving setTwo serving spoonsTwo soup ladlesFour sauce ladlesOne sugar sifterOne pair of sugar tongsTwo large butter knivesOne crumberFour salt spoons, parcel-giltIn a five-tray wood chest…

A Victorian silver table service of flatware in a fitted canteen box, the majority by Martin & Hall, London 1872,

A Victorian silver table service of flatware in a fitted canteen box, the majority by Martin & Hall, London 1872, (Qty)

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A Victorian silver table service of flatware, in a fitted canteen box, predominately by Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall, London 1872,

A Victorian silver table service of flatware, in a fitted canteen box, predominately by Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall, London 1872, (Qty)

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Palm pattern - A VICTORIAN SILVER AND SILVER-GILT PART FLATWARE SERVICE  MOST MARK OF GE

A VICTORIAN SILVER AND SILVER-GILT PART FLATWARE SERVICE , MOST MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON 1865-75

MOST MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON 1865-75

English silver two piece salad serving set in the Plantagenet pattern by Brindley Slater,

English silver salad set Plantagenet pattern London 1897

English silver two piece salad serving set in the Plantagenet pattern by Brindley Slater

English silver salad set Plantagenet pattern London 1897

pair of cast Armorial Palm pattern Cake Forks made in London in 1882 by George Adams. - Mary Cooke Antiques LTD

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Unknown Pattern Soup Ladle London 1835 by Mary Chawner

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Unknown design - An unusual antique George IV Sterling Silver soup ladle by William Chawner, London 1821

An unusual antique George IV Sterling Silver soup ladle by William Chawner, London 1821. With sca

Bid Live on Lot 10 in the Silver & Jewellery Auction from Elmwood's.

An important and privately commissioned Victorian silver and silver-gilt table service of flatware, cutlery and salt cellars, the majority by Robert Garrard, London 1837, with exception of some pieces by Mary Chawner, London 1837 & 1839

An important and privately commissioned Victorian silver and silver-gilt table service of flatware, cutlery and salt cellars, the majority by Robert Garrard, London 1837, with exception of some pieces by Mary Chawner, London 1837 & 1839,

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Lily pattern - George Adams London 1861-63

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Rococo pattern - A WILLIAM IV, VICTORIAN AND MODERN SILVER PART COLLECTED ROCOCO SHELL PATTERN TABLE SERVICE OF FLATWARE,  by William Chawner & Mary Chawner, London 1832 - 1839

A William IV, Victorian and modern silver part collected roccoco shell pattern table service of flatware, by William Chawner & Mary Chawner, London 1832 - 1839, one dessert fork by CF London 1923, together with a pair of fish servers and a cheese scoop

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A SET OF VICTORIAN TABLE SILVER, G.W. ADAMS FOR CHAWNER & CO., LONDON, 1864/65/74 Lily pattern

A SET OF VICTORIAN TABLE SILVER, G.W. ADAMS FOR CHAWNER & CO., LONDON, 1864/65/74Lily pattern, te

Bid Live on Lot 353 in the European & Asian Works of Art - Wednesday 22nd November Auction from Matthew Barton Ltd..

A Victorian sterling silver-gilt dessert service for twelve London, 1840  All forks and spoons only struck with hallmarks for sterling, assay, date and tax, and five knife blades only each struck with maker's mark MC for Mary Chawner and HR for Hunt & Roskell retailer

A Victorian sterling silver-gilt dessert service for twelveLondon, 1840

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Leaf pattern - A rare Victorian antique sterling silver set of six table forks, Exeter 1851 by Henry Ellis and Son

An extremely rare Victorian antique sterling silver set of six table forks, Exeter 1851 by Henry

Bid Live on Lot 276 in the Silver & Objects of Vertu including Gold Boxes Auction from Chiswick Auctions.

Fiddle

Set of 5 Georgian (4 + 1) fiddle thread drop pattern – 1803 – by WE & WF – 437gms

Set of 5 Georgian (4 + 1) fiddle thread drop pattern – 1803 – by WE & WF – 437gms

Set of 5 Georgian (4 + 1) fiddle thread drop pattern – 1803 – by WE & WF – 437gms

Set of 5 Georgian (4 + 1) fiddle thread drop pattern – 1803 – by WE & WF – 437gms

Set of 5 Georgian (4 + 1) fiddle thread drop pattern – 1803 – by WE & WF – 437gms

Set of 5 Georgian (4 + 1) fiddle thread drop pattern – 1803 – by WE & WF – 437gms

A set of six George II silver dessert-spoons and twelve dessert-forks | MARK OF PAUL DE LAMERIE, SOME OVERSTRUCK BY THAT OF JAMES SHRUDER, LONDON, CIRCA 1740 | Christie's

A set of six George II silver dessert-spoons and twelve dessert-forks , MARK OF PAUL DE LAMERIE, SOME OVERSTRUCK BY THAT OF JAMES SHRUDER, LONDON, CIRCA 1740

A set of six George II silver dessert-spoons and twelve dessert-forks | MARK OF PAUL DE LAMERIE, SOME OVERSTRUCK BY THAT OF JAMES SHRUDER, LONDON, CIRCA 1740 | Christie's

A set of six George II silver dessert-spoons and twelve dessert-forks | MARK OF PAUL DE LAMERIE, SOME OVERSTRUCK BY THAT OF JAMES SHRUDER, LONDON, CIRCA 1740 | Christie's

A set of six George II silver dessert-spoons and twelve dessert-forks , MARK OF PAUL DE LAMERIE, SOME OVERSTRUCK BY THAT OF JAMES SHRUDER, LONDON, CIRCA 1740

A set of six George II silver dessert-spoons and twelve dessert-forks | MARK OF PAUL DE LAMERIE, SOME OVERSTRUCK BY THAT OF JAMES SHRUDER, LONDON, CIRCA 1740 | Christie's

AN EXTREMELY RARE MARRIOTT PATENT PICKLE LADLE MADE IN SHEFFIELD IN 1856 BY HENRY WILKINSON & COMPANY.

An extremely rare Marriott Patent Pickle Ladle made in Sheffield in 1856 by Henry Wilkinson & Company.

This very rare Pickle Ladle is modelled in the unusual design patented by Marriott. This piece has a double struck fiddle, thread and shell pattern stem of slender form. The top of the stem is engraved with a contemporary Crest and the bowl is very well marked. The reverse is stamped with Marriott registered Oct 23rd 1856. These are extremely rare serving utensils, this only being the second we have offered over the years. Length: 6.1 inches, 15.25cm Width of bowl: 1.25 inches, 3.13cm.

Fiddle, thread and Drop pattern - a set of three George III tablespoons, crested, by George Smith and William Fearn, London 1793

Fiddle | Woolley and Wallis

A set of eight George III Table Forks made in London in 1797 by George Smith - Mary Cooke Antiques LTD

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George IV Sauce Ladle made in Glasgow in 1828 by Robert Gray & Son - Mary Cooke Antiques LTD

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FIDDLE, THREAD and DROP PATTERN TABLE SPOONS: A George III matched set of nine table spoons by W. Eley & W. Fearn, London 1799/1802/1805

FIDDLE, THREAD & DROP PATTERN TABLE SPOONS: A George III matched set of nine table spoons by W. E

Bid Live on Lot 3 in the Three Day Fine Art Sale Auction from Lawrences Auctioneers of Crewkerne.

King's Shape

A VICTORIAN SILVER TABLE SERVICE OF KINGS SHAPE DOUBLE THREADED PATTERN FLATWARE | MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, 1845/51 | mid 19th Century, All other categories of objects | Christie's

A VICTORIAN SILVER TABLE SERVICE OF KINGS SHAPE DOUBLE THREADED PATTERN FLATWARE , MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, 1845/51

A VICTORIAN SILVER TABLE SERVICE OF KINGS SHAPE DOUBLE THREADED PATTERN FLATWARE | MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, 1845/51 | mid 19th Century, All other categories of objects | Christie's

A VICTORIAN SILVER TABLE SERVICE OF KINGS SHAPE DOUBLE THREADED PATTERN FLATWARE | MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, 1845/51 | mid 19th Century, All other categories of objects | Christie's

A VICTORIAN SILVER TABLE SERVICE OF KINGS SHAPE DOUBLE THREADED PATTERN FLATWARE , MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, 1845/51

A VICTORIAN SILVER TABLE SERVICE OF KINGS SHAPE DOUBLE THREADED PATTERN FLATWARE | MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, 1845/51 | mid 19th Century, All other categories of objects | Christie's

A William IV silver teaspoon or dessert spoon, Jonathan Hayne, London 1835, Old England pattern,

A William IV silver teaspoon or dessert spoon, Jonathan Hayne, London 1835, Old England pattern,

A William IV silver teaspoon or dessert spoon, Jonathan Hayne, London 1835, Old England pattern,

Set six sterling silver Victorian dinner forks including 4 X London 1856, makers H.J. Lias & Sons

Set six sterling silver Victorian dinner forks including 4 X London 1856, makers H.J. Lias & Sons

Set six sterling silver Victorian dinner forks including 4 X London 1856, makers H.J. Lias & Sons

Drei Besteckteile aus preußischem AdelsbesitzSilber. Gabel und zwei Speiselöffel. Passig...

Drei Besteckteile aus preußischem AdelsbesitzSilber. Gabel und zwei Speiselöffel. Passig geschwei

Drei Besteckteile aus preußischem AdelsbesitzSilber. Gabel und zwei Speiselöffel. Passig...

Adelaide pattern basting spoon, London 1860 by George Adams of Chawner and Co

An assembled group of English and Continental silver place setting and serving flatware 19th / 20th century

Adelaide pattern basting spoon, London 1860 by George Adams of Chawner and Co

Trailing Vine Pattern - An extremely rare George IV antique sterling silver canteen / table service of flatware, London 1827 by Jonanthon Hayne with place settings for twelve, comprising twelve table forks, twelve table spoons, eleven dessert forks, twelve dessert spoons and a basting spoon. All initialled in cursive script with an A.  This pattern is extremely rare and having a service in it even more so, Ian Pickford in ‘Silver Flatware - English, Irish and Scottish 1660-1980’ (1983), page…

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Trailing Vine Pattern - An extremely rare George IV antique sterling silver canteen / table service of flatware, London 1827 by Jonanthon Hayne with place settings for twelve, comprising twelve table forks, twelve table spoons, eleven dessert forks, twelve dessert spoons and a basting spoon. All initialled in cursive script with an A. This pattern is extremely rare and having a service in it even more so, Ian Pickford in ‘Silver Flatware - English, Irish and Scottish 1660-1980’ (1983), page…

King's Leaf Variant - Victorian sifter, pierced and gilt bowl, by Mary chawner, London 1839

A victorian varient kings pattern sifter | Woolley and Wallis

Five Solid Silver `Shell Pattern` Tablespoons, two spoons dated 1815, m.m Solomon Hougham, two dated 1809, m.m James Ede & A. Hewat and one dated 1842, m.m (possibly) William Edwards 380 gms.

Five Solid Silver `Shell Pattern` Tablespoons, two spoons dated 1815, m.m Solomon Hougham, two d

Bid Live on Lot 321 in the Antiques and Collectable Sale Auction from British Bespoke Auctions.

Old England pattern - A William IV set of six silver table forks  By Jonathon Hayne London 1831

A set of six silver Old England pattern table forks Maker's mark 'JH' in italics, London, 1831, (6)

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Albert pattern - A set of six William IV silver dessert spoons and forks, by William Eaton, London 1834-36

A set of six william iv silver albert dessert spoons and forks | Woolley and Wallis

King's Tudor pattern canteen London 1847 by John & Henry Lias

Sterling Silver Canteen of Cutlery for Six Persons - Antique Victorian (1847)

A fine and impressive antique Victorian English sterling silver straight flatware service for six persons; an addition to our dining silverware collection

Scottish Bastard Kings - Glasgow, 1830, makers mark of RG&S for Robt. Gray & Son

A William IV silver serving spoon, Glasgow, 1830, makers mark of RG&S for Robt. Gray & Son, Kings

Bid Live on Lot 331 in the Two Day Sale of Antiques and Fine Art Auction from Lindsay Burns & Company.

Matched set of ten George III/IV silver table spoons decorated with a variation on the King's pattern to include an oak leaf sprig, six by Charles Eley, London, 1828, and four George III, by William Eley & William Fearn, London, 1815, and a matched set of twelve George III/IV silver table forks decorated with a variation on the King's pattern to include an oak leaf sprig, six by William Eley & William Fearn, London, 1815 and six by Charles Eley, London, 1828, 74oz, 2301g

Matched set of ten George III/IV silver table spoons decorated with a variation on the King's pat

Bid Live on Lot 1034 in the Silver & Fine Art Auction from Ewbank's.

A Scarce William IV Silver Stag Hunt Pattern Butter Spade, Mary Chawner, London 1837

A Scarce William IV Silver Stag Hunt Pattern Butter Spade, Mary Chawner, London 1837, the pierced

Bid Live on Lot 533 in the Autumn Fine Art Sale - Part 2 Auction from Tennants Auctioneers.

Lot 501 - CANTEEN OF SILVER CUTLERY COMPRISING 12 TABLE FORKS, 12 DESSERT FORKS, 12 DESERT SPOONS,

CANTEEN OF SILVER CUTLERY COMPRISING 12 TABLE FORKS, 12 DESSERT FORKS, 12 DESERT SPOONS, 6 TABLE

Bid Live on Lot 501 in the Christmas Jewellery & Silver Sale Auction from Taylors Auction Rooms.

Fish Slice - Cornucopia and Star pattern - London 1840 by John & Henry Lias

Silver Cornucopia and Star Pattern Fish Slice

This is a superb silver fish serving slice in a very rare and sought after pattern. Star & Cornucopia Pattern was made solely by Lias Brothers and according to Ian Pickford on page 130 of "Silver Flatware", all known pieces date from 1839/40.

Twelve silver Cambridge pattern table forks and twelve table knives en suite, by Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, London 1908

Twelve silver Cambridge pattern table forks and twelve table knives en suite, by Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, London 1908

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King's shape double thread pattern silver table forks, manufactured from 1819-1843 by various makers including Eley & Fearn and William Chawner

A rare matched set of six King's shape double threaded pattern sterling silver table forks

Buy A rare matched set of six King's shape double threaded pattern sterling silver table forks from MyFamilySilver.

Kings Honeysuckle and Acorn - A set of six George III silver gilt dessert spoons, crested, by W. Eley and Fearn, London 1815

A set of six george iii silver gilt dessert spoons | Woolley and Wallis

King's Honeysuckle Acorn pattern - A set of six George III silver-gilt dessert spoons, by Eley and Fearn, London 1815,

A set of six george iii silver-gilt king's variant dessert spoons | Woolley and Wallis

Devonshire pattern - A Victorian silver flatware service, George w. Adams (Chawner & Co.), London, 1854, comprising eighteen table spoons, eighteen dessert spoons, seventeen tea spoons, six coffee spoons, four condiment spoons, three gravy ladles, five sauce ladles, twenty nine dinner forks, eighteen dessert forks, a large soup ladle and a sifter spoon, all engraved with an armorial cresting, (120), 9050gms (approx)

A Victorian silver flatware service, George w. Adams (Chawner &…

A Victorian silver flatware service, George w. Adams (Chawner & Co.), London, 1854, comprising eighteen table spoons, eighteen dessert spoons, seventeen tea spoons, six coffee spoons, four condiment spoons, three gravy ladles, five sauce ladles, twenty nine dinner forks, eighteen dessert forks, a large soup ladle and a sifter spoon, all engraved with an armorial cresting, (120), 9050gms (approx)

A King's Husk without the Husk pattern matched Victorian tableservice Hunt & Roskell, seemingly overstriking George Adams, Messrs Williams, Exeter, and two for Mary Chawner,

A matched Victorian tableservice Hunt & Roskell, seemingly overstriking George Adams, Messrs Williams, Exeter, and two for Mary Chawner,

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A Victorian silver Dolphin pattern part table service of flatware, by George Adams / Mary Chawner, London 1834 - 1879,

A Victorian silver Dolphin pattern part table service of flatware, by George Adams / Mary Chawner, London 1834 - 1879, (37)

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Six Victorian silver King's variant pattern dessert forks and six spoons, by Mary Chawner, London 1839

Six Victorian silver King's variant pattern dessert forks and six spoons, by Mary Chawner, London 1839,

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A William IV silver gilt cutlery set, by William Chawner II, comprising 18 dinner forks 17cm wide and six dessert spoons, scroll topped Kings pattern, monogrammed London 1831

A William IV silver gilt cutlery set, by William Chawner II, comprising 18 dinner forks 17cm wide

Bid Live on Lot 1075 in the 1864 Golding Young at Grantham Collective Sale Auction from Golding Young & Mawer.

Hanoverian

A set of twelve Victorian silver pistol-grip handled table knives,maker's mark marks worn, London 1867, retailed by Garrard,the handled engraved with a crest, steel blades, length 24.8cm. (12)

A set of twelve victorian silver pistol-grip handled table knives | Woolley and Wallis

A set of twelve Victorian silver pistol-grip handled table knives,maker's mark marks worn, London 1867, retailed by Garrard,the handled engraved with a crest, steel blades, length 24.8cm. (12)

A Pair of George III Silver "Pictureback " Tablespoons, Stephen Adams, London 1770, Hanoverian pattern with dove and olive branch to the bowls, initialled B/EM, 21cm long, 4oz 4dwt - Price Estimate: £250 - £350 | Tennants

A Pair of George III Silver "Pictureback " Tablespoons, Stephen Adams, London 1770, Hanoverian pattern with dove and olive branch to the bowls, initialled B/EM, 21cm long, 4oz 4dwt - Price Estimate: £250 - £350

A Pair of George III Silver "Pictureback " Tablespoons, Stephen Adams, London 1770, Hanoverian pattern with dove and olive branch to the bowls, initialled B/EM, 21cm long, 4oz 4dwt - Price Estimate: £250 - £350 | Tennants

A Set of Twelve George II Silver Three-Prong Table Forks, Paul Callard, London 1751, Hanoverian pattern, crested, 19cm long, 25oz 4dwt - Price Estimate: £1000 - £1200 | Tennants

A Set of Twelve George II Silver Three-Prong Table Forks, Paul Callard, London 1751, Hanoverian pattern, crested, 19cm long, 25oz 4dwt - Price Estimate: £1000 - £1200

A Set of Twelve George II Silver Three-Prong Table Forks, Paul Callard, London 1751, Hanoverian pattern, crested, 19cm long, 25oz 4dwt - Price Estimate: £1000 - £1200 | Tennants

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A Victorian silver Tudor pattern table service flatware, by George Adams, London 1850 - 53,  (Qty)

A Victorian silver Tudor pattern table service flatware, by George Adams, London 1850 - 53, (Qty)

A Victorian silver Tudor pattern table service flatware, by George Adams, London 1850 - 53, (Qty)

A VICTORIAN SILVER TABLE SERVICE OF KINGS SHAPE DOUBLE THREADED PATTERN FLATWARE | MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, 1845/51 | mid 19th Century, All other categories of objects | Christie's

A VICTORIAN SILVER TABLE SERVICE OF KINGS SHAPE DOUBLE THREADED PATTERN FLATWARE , MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, 1845/51

A VICTORIAN SILVER TABLE SERVICE OF KINGS SHAPE DOUBLE THREADED PATTERN FLATWARE | MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, 1845/51 | mid 19th Century, All other categories of objects | Christie's

A VICTORIAN SILVER TABLE SERVICE OF KINGS SHAPE DOUBLE THREADED PATTERN FLATWARE | MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, 1845/51 | mid 19th Century, All other categories of objects | Christie's

A VICTORIAN SILVER TABLE SERVICE OF KINGS SHAPE DOUBLE THREADED PATTERN FLATWARE , MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, 1845/51

A VICTORIAN SILVER TABLE SERVICE OF KINGS SHAPE DOUBLE THREADED PATTERN FLATWARE | MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, 1845/51 | mid 19th Century, All other categories of objects | Christie's

A VICTORIAN SILVER TABLE-SERVICE | MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, MOSTLY 1856 | mid 19th Century, All other categories of objects | Christie's

A VICTORIAN SILVER TABLE-SERVICE , MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, MOSTLY 1856

A VICTORIAN SILVER TABLE-SERVICE | MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, MOSTLY 1856 | mid 19th Century, All other categories of objects | Christie's

A set of twelve Victorian silver pistol-grip handled table knives,maker's mark marks worn, London 1867, retailed by Garrard,the handled engraved with a crest, steel blades, length 24.8cm. (12)

A set of twelve victorian silver pistol-grip handled table knives | Woolley and Wallis

A set of twelve Victorian silver pistol-grip handled table knives,maker's mark marks worn, London 1867, retailed by Garrard,the handled engraved with a crest, steel blades, length 24.8cm. (12)

A set of four Victorian silver private-die table knives and a carving knife and fork, by William Eaton, London 1837, King's shape, with an eagle crest. (6)

A set of four victorian silver private-die table knives and a carving knife and fork | Woolley and Wallis

A set of four Victorian silver private-die table knives and a carving knife and fork, by William Eaton, London 1837, King's shape, with an eagle crest. (6)

A set of Victorian silver Vine pattern knives, by Francis Higgins, London 1863, one 1875, comprising: twenty table knives, rebladed with two different blades, and some with a later ferrules, plus twenty dessert knives, with replacement blades. (40)

A set of victorian silver vine pattern knives | Woolley and Wallis

A set of Victorian silver Vine pattern knives, by Francis Higgins, London 1863, one 1875, comprising: twenty table knives, rebladed with two different blades, and some with a later ferrules, plus twenty dessert knives, with replacement blades. (40)

A Victorian set of twelve silver handled table knives and two pairs of carvers, by Hunt and Roskell, London 1875, with an unusual scroll design to the handles, steel blades. (16)

A victorian set of twelve silver handled table knives and two pairs of carvers | Woolley and Wallis

A Victorian set of twelve silver handled table knives and two pairs of carvers, by Hunt and Roskell, London 1875, with an unusual scroll design to the handles, steel blades. (16)

A set of twelve Victorian silver New Gothic pattern table knives, by George Adams, London 1872, re-bladed. (12

A set of twelve victorian silver new gothic pattern table knives | Woolley and Wallis

A set of twelve Victorian silver New Gothic pattern table knives, by George Adams, London 1872, re-bladed. (12

A set of ten victorian silver new gothic pattern dessert knives | Woolley and Wallis

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A Service of Victorian Silver Flatware, Francis

A Service of Victorian Silver Flatware, Francis Higgins III, London 1892, Dognose pattern, comprising twelve each of three-prong table forks, three-prong dessert forks, table spoons, dessert spoons, two ladles, each piece engraved with a crest; and A Britannia Standard Caster, maker's mark worn, London 1897, 113oz 3dwt all in (51)

A set of six Victorian silver egg spoons, George Adams, London 1858, Tamworth pattern, 12cm long,

A set of six Victorian silver egg spoons, George Adams, London 1858, Tamworth pattern, 12cm long,

A set of six Victorian silver egg spoons, George Adams, London 1858, Tamworth pattern, 12cm long,

A William IV silver teaspoon or dessert spoon, Jonathan Hayne, London 1835, Old England pattern,

A William IV silver teaspoon or dessert spoon, Jonathan Hayne, London 1835, Old England pattern,

A William IV silver teaspoon or dessert spoon, Jonathan Hayne, London 1835, Old England pattern,

A rare Victorian silver salt spoon, George Adams, London 1842, cast in relief with St Geroge slay

A rare Victorian silver salt spoon, George Adams, London 1842, cast in relief with St Geroge slay

A rare Victorian silver salt spoon, George Adams, London 1842, cast in relief with St Geroge slay

A pair of Victorian silver egg spoons, John Samuel Hunt (Hunt and Roskell), London 1861, Wellingt

A pair of Victorian silver egg spoons, John Samuel Hunt (Hunt and Roskell), London 1861, Wellingt

A pair of Victorian silver egg spoons, John Samuel Hunt (Hunt and Roskell), London 1861, Wellingt

Set of 5 Georgian (4 + 1) fiddle thread drop pattern – 1803 – by WE & WF – 437gms

Set of 5 Georgian (4 + 1) fiddle thread drop pattern – 1803 – by WE & WF – 437gms

Set of 5 Georgian (4 + 1) fiddle thread drop pattern – 1803 – by WE & WF – 437gms