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A VICTORIAN SILVER-GILT TABLE SERVICE
A VICTORIAN SILVER-GILT TABLE SERVICE

MOST MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, 1856

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A VICTORIAN SILVER-GILT TABLE SERVICE
MOST MARK OF GEORGE ADAMS, LONDON, 1856
Thread and shell pattern, the reverse of each engraved with a crest and cypher monogram, comprising:
Twelve table forks, ten William Eaton, 1844, two Elizabeth Eaton, 1845
Eleven dessert forks
Twelve table spoons, two G. Adams 1850/52, one M. Chawner and G. Adams, 1840, two E. Eaton 1853, three C. Lias 1844, one W. Chawner, 1833, two W. Eaton 1844, one Lias & Lias, 1851
Twelve dessert spoons
Twelve teaspoons
Twelve dinner knives, with stainless steel blades, C. J. Vander, 1965
Twelve dessert knives, with silver-gilt blades
A sauce ladle, William Eaton, 1838
A pair of ice cream spades
A pierced sugar sifter
181 oz. (5,632 gr.) weighable silver (87)
Provenance
Christie's, New York, 17 April 1985, lot 480 or 482
Christie's, New York, 26 October 2007, lot 128

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