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Five English serving flatware pieces, all sterling. Includes a heavy Victorian sterling silver stuffing spoon, hallmarked for George W. Adams (of Chawner & Co.), London, 1843. 12"L, 5.48 oz troy. Together with a sauce ladle in the King's pattern, hallmarks for Glasgow, Scotland, 1838-1839, maker's mark PA; a pair of sterling silver grape shears in the King's pattern, hallmarks for Francis Higgins, London, 1874-75; a berry spoon with gilt repousse bowl and engraved handle with hallmarks attributed to John Lamb, London, 1786; and a master butter knife with beaded handle, hallmarks for London, 1910-11, maker's mark RS. Total combined weight: 13.73 oz troy. Provenance: a Mississippi estate. Condition: Tip of berry spoon is slightly worn; all other pieces in excellent condition.