A composite Queens pattern silver table service of flatware and cutlery, principally Victorian

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A composite Queens pattern silver table service of flatware and cutlery, principally Victorian

Various dates and maker's including George Adams and Messrs. Savory, London unless otherwise stated, 1829/1916 but the bulk 1837/1876, comprising:- 12 table spoons, 12 table forks, 12 dessert forks, 12 dessert spoons, 18 teaspoons, a pair of salt spoons, a long-handled condiment spoon from a cruet set, 4 single-struck Scottish salt spoons (Glasgow), 12 table knives and 12 cheese knives, with 2 butter spreaders (all antique Sheffield but with replacement stainless steel blades), 8 silver-bladed fruit knives, a pair of sauce ladles, a soup ladle, 2 basting spoons, (one London, the other Exeter), a fish server, a fish serving fork with engraved tines, a butter knife (Exeter), 2 jam spoons (different dates), a caddy spoon, a cheese spade, a pair of sugar tongs, a pair of Scottish single-struck sauce ladles (Glasgow)and a pair of grape scissors, also 7 odd plated items, weighable silver 215 oz. (6665 gm.)

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A composite Queens pattern silver table service of flatware and cutlery, principally Victorian