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Pair of Victorian Kings pattern spoons, in sterling silver marked George Adams, London, 1851, 117g, 18 cm long

A double ended Victorian sterling silver medicine spoon marked London, 1872, George Adams of Chawners, approx 10.5 cm long

George Adams 1859 London sterling silver cutlery set, 12 piece setting (84 pieces) feather edge pattern

Victorian eight piece hallmarked sterling silver dessert set, including 6 dessert spoons, London 1847, maker George Adams, & 2 serving spoons, London 1837 & 1874, maker RB.W565g(total).

Pair of Victorian sterling silver sauce ladles, hallmarked, London, 1851, George Adams, with crest, total weight 152gm, (2)

Pair of antique salt spoons by George Adams, In sterling silver, with beaded borders and gilt wash bowls, marked GA, London, 1878 approx 7 cm wide

Large Victorian sterling silver basting spoon by George Adams of Chawners marked London, 1865, GA approx 30 cm long, 141g

Victorian fiddle and thread sterling silver tea spoons, engraved with a Sheaf of Wheat crest marked George Adams of Chawners, 1864 approx 11 cm L, 100g (4)

Set of Six Victorian sterling silver dessert spoons, fiddle pattern marked George Adams of Chawner & Co, 1840, London approx 18 cm L, 302g

A Victorian sterling silver, Old English bright cut pattern, cutlery set with oak canteen case 1868 London, by George Adams 105pcs in total top tray canteen comprising of: 18 table forks, matching hallmarks 18 dessert forks, matching hallmarks 10 dessert s

A fine Victorian sterling silver ladle, 1846 London, with maker's mark, Ga for Chawner & Co (George Adams), a heavy gauge King's husk pattern ladle with a circular bowl; hallmarked underside to stem and faint dolphin armorial, silver weight 307

An English sterling silver 108pcs flatware service, with oak canteen, the majority of the flatware is early Victorian period by, George Adams 1842 London

A collection of sterling silver cutlery comprising four George III Hanover pattern table spoons by John Innocent, London 1762, six fancy Fiddle pattern tea spoons by George Adams, London 1870, ten various pieces of cutlery and seven Austrian silver teaspoo

Two sterling silver shovel shaped cheese Scoops, 1868 London, with maker's mark for Chawner & Co (George Adams), 1905 Sheffield, with maker's mark for John round & Son Ltd, a Victorian shell and thread fiddle pattern scoop and an Edwardian

A boxed Victorian sterling silver Christening set 1860/61 London, with maker's marks for George Adams. The silver bladed knife, fork and spoon in shell and thread design; hallmarked to all pieces and housed in the original leather clad silk and navy ve

A Victorian sterling silver soup ladle, 1852 London, by George Adams, Old English shell pattern, length 33.5 cm. Weight 295gms

A good set of six Victorian sterling silver forks, 1874/75 London, with maker's marks for George Adams, the heavy gauge forks of fiddle and thread design, with engraved crests to the finials; crisply hallmarked underside, silver weight 552gr, length 20

Four antique sterling silver, old English pattern spoons, engraved with a shattered axe crest, marked for London George Adams, 1877, approx 205g, 17 cm long

Victorian sterling silver sifting spoon hallmarked London 1857, maker George Adams, armorial to handle, 64 grams approx

A Victorian silver lemon strainer, gilt interior; George Adams, London 1870.

A pair of Victorian sterling silver sauce ladles, by George Adams, London 1841. In the fiddle and thread pattern, weight 152 grams.

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian set of six table spoons in the fiddle pattern with a lion armorial symbol. London, 1870 (4), 1872 (2), maker George Adams. Weight 342g

i) A Georgian sterling silver pair of sugar tongs, early 19th century; London, Kings pattern. Ii) A Georgian Scottish sterling ladle, early 19th century. Iii) A pair of Victorian sterling silver mustard spoons George Adams London; mid to late 19th century.

A Victorian silver Christening cutlery set, knife, fork and spoon, Old English beaded edge, single struck, the knife with silver blade; George Adams, London 1862-5. Total weight (all in) 154g

Two Victorian silver spoons, a fiddle pattern serving spoon, initialled; George Maudsley Jackson, London 1895, and a lily pattern jam spoon, initialled; George Adams, London 1855. (2)

Eleven Victorian silver table forks, fiddle pattern, initialled; George Adams, London 1852. (11) total weight approx 720g

Four various pieces hallmarked sterling silver tableware, including matching entree & dining fork, London 1851, makers GA (George Adams?); mustard pot, Birmingham 1927, maker HB & S; & mustard spoon, Birmingham 1951. Length 17 & 21 cm (forks). Weight 212g

A good cased Victorian sterling silver Stilton scoop, London 1859 by George Adams

Four Victorian silver dessert forks, fiddle pattern, monogrammed; George Adams, London 1879. (4) Total wt approx 195g.

A heavy fine quality Victorian silver soup ladle, double struck King's pattern. London 1871 by George Adams. Weight approx. 280gms.

A pair of Victorian silver sugar tongs, fiddle and shell pattern; George Adams, London 1880

A pair of Victorian silver sugar tongs, fiddle, thread and shell pattern, George Adams, London 1863

Two pairs of silver sugar tongs, a Victorian pair, fiddle pattern; George Adams, London 1863, and a sprung pair, engine-turned (repaired). (2)

Heavy antique sterling silver fish slice by George Adams, London 1845

A George V silver christening mug, London 1913, with cut stylised leaves 9.5 cm high; a boxed christening spoon and fork, by George Adams, London 1868. (2)

George Adams hallmarked sterling sIlver bowl with harvest scenes

A Victorian sterling silver serving spoon, fiddle pattern. George Adams. London 1847.159g. Length 30.5 cm

George Adams, small sterling silver ladle, Old English bead pattern and having circular bowl, bearing marks for George Adams, London 1841; together with another small ladle of fiddle pattern with round flat bottom bowl and initialled 'F', bearing marks for

Bead pattern sterling silver flatware service, various makers and dates, comprising six tablespoons, six dessert spoons and six dessert forks bearing marks for Henry Wilkinson & Co, Sheffield 1867; six table forks and six teaspoons bearing marks for George

A pair of sterling silver fiddle& thread sauce ladles by George Adams, London

Six sterling silver Victorian table forks, circa 1845 London, George Adams and 1898 Sheffield, John round & Sons Ltd, set with fiddle, thread and shell pattern. Length 20 cm. Weight 607gr