Lot 63
Property of a Virginia Collector

Group of Four American Silver Table Articles
John or James Adam, Alexandria, VA, Circa 1790-1820
Mostly in the Fiddle pattern, consisting of: two soup ladles, a serving spoon and a master salt cellar. Each monogrammed and each with maker's mark. The first ladle stamped twice J Adam within a stepped rectangle; the second ladle stamped twice I.ADAM. within a rectangle; the soup spoon stamped I ADAM/ ALEX and numbered 10.15; and the master salt cellar stamped twice JA within an oval. Each with some minor wear to surface.
Length of longest: 14 in (35.6 cm)
Total weight: 19.4 oz

Estimate $800-1,200

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Sold for $1,400