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Marks of London goldsmiths and silversmiths, Georgian period (c 1697-1837)

John P. Fallon

Marks of London goldsmiths and silversmiths, Georgian period (c 1697-1837)

by John P. Fallon

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Published by David and Charles in Newton Abbot .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • London.,
  • London
    • Subjects:
    • Hallmarks -- England -- London.,
    • Silversmiths -- England -- London -- Biography.,
    • Goldsmiths -- England -- London -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 16.

      Statement[by] John P. Fallon.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNK7210 .F34
      The Physical Object
      Pagination420 p.
      Number of Pages420
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5472637M
      ISBN 100715354477
      LC Control Number73175825

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      Fallon, John P. Marks of London Goldsmiths and Silversmiths London: Barrie & Jenkins: An invaluable resource for identifying hallmarks from this time period. Provides hallmark drawings and history of the firms involved. Jackson’s Silver & Gold Marks of . There is also a list of marks where only the initials are known, a list of obscure marks, and indexes by devices or symbols and by marks. Grimwade, Arthur. LONDON GOLDSMITHS their marks and lives from the original registers at Goldsmiths' Hall and other sources / by Arthur G. Grimwade. nd rev. ed. --[Boston]: Faber and Faber.


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Get this from a library. Marks of London goldsmiths and silversmiths: Georgian period (c ). [John P Fallon]. Marks of London goldsmiths and silversmiths, Georgian period (c ) by Fallon, John P.

David and Charles, Hardcover. Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions.

The title London Goldsmiths, although, like the book very accurate, may mislead some people as the term Goldsmiths embraces Silversmiths.

This is, to my mind, the only authoritative published source for the marks and details of London silversmiths of the period/5(2). The title London Goldsmiths, although, like the book very accurate, may mislead some people as the term Goldsmiths embraces Silversmiths.

This is, to my mind, the only authoritative published source for the marks and details of London silversmiths of the period.5/5(11). Book Descriptions: Marks of London Goldsmiths and Silversmiths: Georgian Period, c by John P. Fallon From reader reviews: Carol Reck: Nowadays reading books are more than want or need but also be a life style.

This reading routine give you lot of advantages. London Goldsmiths Their Marks and Lives Book Gold Marks 12 Photos London Goldsmiths Marks of London goldsmiths and silversmiths, Georgian period (c ) Marks of London 'MARKS OF LONDON GOLDSMITHS AND SILVERSMITHS, ' By John P.

Fallon *VG+* 'MARKS OF LONDON. Arthur G. Grimwade London Goldsmiths Their Marks and Lives. Anyone researching, dealing in, or collecting English Silver of the Georgian period needs this book - which was out of print until recently.

It is now available from at £ For some reason does not list it. Explains the connection between goldsmiths and monasteries, describes the work of goldsmiths, and looks at their materials, methods, and finished work Marks of London Goldsmiths and Silversmiths, Georgian Period (c ).

This was the 18th Century launch of illustrious names such as Paul de Lamerie, Philip Rollos, Pierre Platel & Peter Archambo (I). Georgian silversmiths creating standards in silver that would be admired for century's to come.

Hester Bateman – Hester was a female silversmith based in London, an excellent business person. British silver hallmarks are based on a combination of marks that makes possible the identification of the origin and the age of each silver piece manufactured or traded in the UK.

The marks used by British and English silver hallmarking system are: Town mark, corresponding to the mark of the UK assay office that has verified the piece. a widely illustrated guide to London silver assay marks, marks and hallmarks of British silver, including date letters chart, silver marking system and silver hallmarks guide of other towns as Birmingham, Sheffield, Dublin, Edinburgh, Chester, Glasgow: a widely illustrated directory of full sets of silver hallmarks of British makers with information on their location and history.

Full text of "English goldsmiths and their marks: a history of the goldsmiths and plateworkers of England, Scotland, and Ireland; with over eleven thousand marks, reproduced in facsimile from authentic examples of plate, and tables of date-letters and other hall-marks employed in the assay offices of the United Kingdom" See other formats.

Over a 5 to 6-year period he probably made a few dozen small pieces. S G Tea service S G Ingot pendant Stephen Cooper Ring Sussex Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd One of a set of teaspoons with all 6 British Assay Office marks - manufactured by Roberts & Belk, Sheffield.

Marks of London Goldsmiths and Silversmiths: Georgian Period, c John P. Fallon Published by Publicado por David & Charles () (). Specialist publications help explain different makers’ or sponsors’ marks, with Sir Charles Jackson’s English Goldsmiths and their Marks, first published in and revised instill the most authoritative work on the subject.

The inclusion of initial stamps alongside the hallmarks means that most makers can also be identified. The Restoration and early Georgian period was a time of dramatic social change in London.

People simply flooded into the city. There is much written about the urbanization of the British population after the Elizabethan period, but the arrival of people from other countries is often largely ignored.

London Goldsmiths Their Marks and Lives by Arthur Grimwade. Directory of Gold and Silversnmiths Jewellers and Allied Trades by Anthony Culme.

London Silver Spoonmakers by Timothy Kent. Marks of London Goldsmiths and Silversmiths by John P. Fallon (). Makers' Marks on British & Irish Silver The aim of this web site is to provide an aid in the identification of British and Irish silversmiths from their makers' or sponsors' marks.

All .A list of all makers and their marks was kept at goldsmiths hall and so if an item was later discovered to be less than the sterling standard, the offending maker could be found.

The HB mark shown is for Hester Bateman, the most famous female silversmith and possibly the most collected British silversmith ever.SILVERSMITHS.

If you are searching for the work of a particular Silversmith, simply click on their name below. Alternatively, you can browse by Type, Monarch or .