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Adams Sunday 26th May 11:30 am - An Auction of Fine & Unique Interior Furnishings Live Webcast Auction 26 May 2019 11:30 BST

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A FINE PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER OPEN SALT CELLARS, London c.1818, mark of Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard I, with wavy everted egg and dart rims, t...

A VICTORIAN SILVER ‘SUCRIÈRE, London c.1886, maker’s mark of Goldsmith Alliance Ltd., of baluster form, the hinged lid with spiral and foliate fin...

A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS, Sheffield c.1895, mark of Harrison Brothers & Howson, each with detachable sconces, above waisted st...

A SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN SILVER OPEN SALT CELLARS IN THE FORM OF SCALLOP SHELLS, London c.1863, mark probably that of Robert Harper (rubbed), each ...

A LARGE EDWARDIAN SILVER FRAMED DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, London c.1903, mark of William Comyns & Sons, of shaped rectangular form, fitted with glass...

A VICTORIAN SILVER STANDISH, London c.1855, maker’s mark of Samuel Hayne & Dudley Carter, of shaped oval form, the wavy foliate and scroll base fi...

A SET OF SIX GEORGE III IRISH SILVER OLD ENGLISH TABLE FORKS, Dublin c.1797, mark of James Keating (c.11 troy ozs) ...[more]

A SET OF EIGHT IRISH GEORGE III FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT FORKS, Dublin c.1814, mark of Richard Whitford, stamped retailer mark 'M.WEST', crested (c....

A PAIR OF GEORGE III IRISH FIDDLE PATTERN SILVER SAUCE LADLES, Dublin c.1808, mark of Arthur Murphy (c.3.5 troy ozs). 19cm long

A PAIR OF WILLIAM IV IRISH FIDDLE PATTERN SILVER TODDY LADLES, Dublin c.1837, mark of Samuel Neville, crested, 16cm long;together with another fid...

A SET OF NINE GEORGE IV IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, Dublin c.1827, mark of William Cummins, with rat tail bowls (c.7 troy ozs). (9)

A SET OF SIX GEORGE III IRISH SILVER POINTED HANDLE BRIGHT CUT DESSERT SPOONS, Dublin c.1791, mark of Michael Keating (c.5 troy ozs)

A SET OF EIGHT GEORGE III IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, Dublin c.1806, mark of John Power, crested (c.7 troy ozs)

A SET OF FOUR IRISH GEORGE III SILVER OLD ENGLISH DESSERT SPOONS, Dublin c.1788, mark of James Kenzie, crested (c.3 troy ozs) (4)

A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER CREAM JUG AND SWING HANDLE SUGAR BOWL, Dublin c.1801, mark of William Bond, both with neo-classical bright-cut engraved ...

A SILVER DISH RING, London c.1902, makers mark of Israel Sigmond Greenberg, of waisted circular form, the body decorated with pierced flutes and f...

A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER SAUCE BOAT, Dublin c.1775, mark of Matthew West, the plain body with beaded rim and 'S' scroll handle, raised on shell a...

A FINE IRISH SILVER FOUR PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, Dublin c.1903, mark of Weir & Sons, comprising teapot, coffee pot, sugar bowl and cream jug...

A GEORGE II IRISH SILVER HOOK HANDLE SERVING SPOON, Dublin c.1753, maker's mark probably that of John Laughlin Snr (marks rubbed), the tapered han...

A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER SERVING SPOON, Dublin c.1802, mark of John Shields; together with a George IV Irish silver fiddle pattern serving spoon,...

TWO IRISH SILVER MEAT SKEWERS, each of plain typical form, one Dublin c.1810, mark of Samuel Neville, 30.5cm long, the other Dublin c.1804, mark S...

***PLEASE NOTE THE PASTRY SERVER IS LONDON, 1826***AN IRISH GEORGE III FIDDLE PATTERN ASPARAGUS SERVING TONGS, Dublin c.1809, maker's mark of Geor...

AN IRISH GEORGE IV SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DIVIDING SPOON, Dublin c.1828, mark of James le Bas, with rat tail bowl, the terminal vacant (c.4.5 troy ...

A PAIR OF GEORGE III IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN SERVING SPOONS, Dublin c.1807, maker's mark of John Power, crested (c.7 troy ozs all in). 32cm lo...

A SET OF THIRTEEN GEORGE III IRISH SILVER HANOVARIAN DINNER FORKS, Dublin c.1793, mark of John Dalrymple, crested (c.27 troy ozs all in). 22cm long

A COMPOSED SET OF NINE SILVER PLAIN TAPER HANDLE TEASPOONS, Sheffield c.1924, mark of Edward & Sons (4) and c.1925, mark rubbed (5), (c.7 troy ozs...

A COMPOSED SET OF SIX 19TH CENTURY SILVER TAPER HANDLE DESSERT SPOONS AND SIX SIMILAR FORKS, Dublin 1809 (3), 1817 (5), Exeter 1841 (1) and London...

A SET OF FIVE GEORGE III IRISH SILVER PLAIN TAPER HANDLE RAT-TAIL SOUP SPOONS OR TABLE SPOONS, Dublin 1809, mark of John Pittar; together with a s...

A SET OF ELEVEN GEORGE III IRISH SILVER OLD ENGLISH DESSERT SPOONS, Dublin c.1810, mark of Samuel Neville, crested; together with one earlier exam...

A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER SOUP LADLE, Dublin 1804, mark of William Law and 'JK' in script, with long fiddle pattern handle, crested, (c.8 troy ozs...

A GEORGE II IRISH SILVER HOOK HANDLE SERVING SPOON, Dublin c.1754, maker's mark possibly that of Johnathan Pasley, the tapered hook handle termina...

A PAIR OF GEORGE III SILVER SAUCE LADLES, London c.1794, mark of Thomas Northcote & George Bourne, crested; together with a pair of George III dou...

A GEORGE III OLD ENGLISH PATTERN GRAVY SPOON WITH STRAINER, London 1791, mark of Peter & Anne Bateman, crested, (c.5ozs). 29cm ...[more]

A GEORGE III PASTRY LIFTER, London 1800, mark of Peter, Anne & William Bateman, with pointed, pierced graduated blades, the top one with thumb-spr...

A PAIR OF SILVER THREE LIGHT CANDLEABRA, Sheffield 1938-1939, with foliate cast detachable sconces, and entwined branches, on a foliate cast knopp...

A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER DISH RING, London c.1895, maker's mark that of Daniel & John Henry Welby, of waisted circular form, the pierced body with ...

A FINELY CAST LATE 19TH CENTURY SILVER SERVING TRAY, London c.1896, maker's mark of Maxfield & Sons, of shaped rectangular form the reserve engrav...

A 19TH CENTURY SET OF FOUR CASED OPEN SALT CELLARS IN THE FORM OF MINIATURE DISH RINGS, London c.1896, makers mark rubbed, of circular waisted for...

A GEORGE III SILVER SWING HANDLE SUGAR BOWL, London c.1795, maker’s mark of Charles Chesterman II, of helmet form, with reeded swing handle & wavy...

A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER TWO HANDLED LOVING CUP, Dublin 1773, mark of Matthew West, with repousse, chased and engraved decoration, raised on pede...

A PAIR OF IRISH SILVER SALTS IN THE FORM OF MINIATURE DISH RINGS, Dublin c.1907, mark of Sharman D. Neill, the pierced waisted bodies decorated wi...

A LARGE SILVER BOWL, Sheffield c.1913, mark of John Round & Son Ltd, the raised wavy rim with pierced fluted and foliate decoration, above a band ...

A SILVER RECTANGULAR TRAY, Sheffield c.1907, mark of James Dixon & Sons, of shaped rectangular form, the plain reserve enclosed within a raised ga...

A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, Dublin c.1873, mark of John Shields (c.5 troy ozs all in) (6)

A SET OF ELEVEN IRISH VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, Dublin c.1859, mark of John Shields; together with another Irish Georgian silver ...

A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT FORKS, Dublin c.1849, mark of John Smyth (c.8.5 troy ozs) (6)

A SET OF ELEVEN GEORGE III SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, London c.1815, mark of Thomas Purver & Edward Furnice, crested (c.8 troy ozs) (11) .....

A MATCHED SET OF FIVE VICTORIAN IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT FORKS, Dublin, of various dates and makers, crested (c.7.5 troy ozs all in)

A SET OF TWELVE GEORGE III IRISH SILVER GILT DOUBLE THREAD FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, Dublin c.1808, mark of Samuel Neville, the handles terminatin...

A THREE PIECE SILVER TEA SERVICE, Sheffield, 1862, mark of Martin, Hall & Co., of compressed baluster form, each with vacant cartouches, (c.47 tro...

A VICTORIAN BRITANNIA STANDARD SILVER COFFEE POT, London 1876, mark of Martin Hall & Co., of baluster form with s-scroll handle, (c.28 troy ozs). ...

A PAIR OF SILVER CANDLESTICKS IN THE FORM OF CORINTHIAN COLUMNS, Sheffield c.1911, mark of Robert & Belk, each with removable sconces, raised on s...

TWO GEORGE III IRISH SILVER WINE FUNNEL STANDS, Dublin, one c.1798, the other of an earlier date c.1793 (rubbed), both with maker’s mark of Willia...

A GEORGE III SILVER SUGAR BOWL AND CREAM JUG OF LARGE PROPORTIONS, London c.1813, mark of Samuel Henell, each of oblong form and demi-fluted desig...

A PAIR OF GEORGE IV DECANTER COASTERS, London 1824, makers initials 'SD' for Samuel Dutton, the pierced gallery sides of fruiting vine below a fla...

A PAIR OF GEORGE III NAVETTE-SHAPED SILVER SAUCE TUREENS AND COVERS, London 1810, mark of George Smith & William Fearn, the oval stepped domed lid...

A SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN SILVER OPEN SALT CELLARS, London c.1853, mark of John Evans II, of shaped circular form, with cast scroll and shell rim, a...

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