Adey Bellamy Savory was the son of Joseph Savory I, who was also a tong maker. He was made free (by patrimony) as a coal merchant, which is certainly an unusual trade for a Silversmith! He registered his first mark on 14th February 1826 and then several more until in 1833 he registered one in partnership with Joseph & Albert Savory, hid sons. Joseph and Albert then went on to register a mark without their father in 1835.

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