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A VICTORIAN SILVER DESSERT-SERVICE
A VICTORIAN SILVER DESSERT-SERVICE
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PROPERTY OF AN IMPORTANT NOBLE ITALIAN FAMILY (LOTS 538-564)
A VICTORIAN SILVER DESSERT-SERVICE

MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, 1841

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A VICTORIAN SILVER DESSERT-SERVICE
MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, 1841
Vine pattern, engraved with a crest with motto and order beneath, comprising:
Twenty-four dessert-spoons Eight serving-spoons
Two ice-cream spades
Together with a fruit-service with filled handles and plated attachments, Sheffield, circa 1850, maker's mark A.H, comprising:
Twenty-four fruit-forks Twenty-four fruit-knives
A pair of serving-forks A pair of serving-knives
A pair of grape-scissors, London, 1841
weighable silver 109 oz. 6 dwt. (3,400 gr.)
The crest is that of Moore and the Order beneath is that of the Order of the Bath, possibly for Admiral Sir Graham Moore GCB (1764-1843).

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