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==Adie Bros.==
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{{:Adie Bros. Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
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|<center>[[File:Adie Bros makers mark.jpg|300px]]</center>
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|<center>Adie Bros.<br/>e.1879 Cl.1968</center>
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|<center>Great Britain</center>
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:&bull; Silversmiths
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:&bull; Manufacturers
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:; Designers c.1925
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::&bull; Fernand Piret
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::&bull; [[Stabler, Harold Jewelry Maker's Mark|Harold Stabler]]
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{{:Artificers' Guild Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:Ashbee, Charles Robert Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
==Artificers' Guild==
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{{:Asprey & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
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|<center>[[File:Artificers Guild.jpg|300px]]</center>
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|<center>Artificers' Guild<br/>1901-1942</center>
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|<center>Great Britain</center>
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:&bull; Manufacturers
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:&bull; Retailers
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:&bull; Jewelry & Other Metalwork
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:; Designers
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::&bull; [[Dawson, Nelson Jewelry Maker's Mark|Nelsen Dawson]] & Founder
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::&bull; [[Spencer, Edward Jewelry Maker's Mark|Edward Spencer]]
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{{:Barnard, Edward, & Sons Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:Benham & Froud Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
==Ashbee, Charles Robert==
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{{:Benson, William Arthur Smith Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
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|<center>[[File:Ashbee Charles Robert makers mark.jpg|300px]]</center>
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|<center>Charles Robert Ashbee<br/>(1863-1942)</center>
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|<center>Great Britain</center>
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:; Founder
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::&bull; ''[[Guild of Handicraft]]'' 1888
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:&bull; Jewelry and Metalwork Designer
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:; Honorary Member
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::&bull; Vereinigung bildender Kunstler Osterreich-Secession, Vienna.
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:; 1915-1919
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::&bull; Professor in Cairo
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:; 1919-1923
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::&bull; Palestine
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{{:Birmingham Guild of Handicraft Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:Blackband, William Thomas Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
==Asprey & Co.==
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{{:Boyton, Charles, & Son Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
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|[[File:Asprey Co 1903 1908 makers mark.jpg|thumb|150px|left|1903-1908]][[File:Asprey Co 1906 1907 makers mark.JPG|thumb|150px|right|1906-1907 - Objects]][[File:Asprey Co 1908 makers mark.JPG|thumb|150px|left|1908]][[File:Asprey Co 1910 1965 makers mark.jpg|thumb|150px|right|1910-1965]][[File:Asprey Co 1986.jpg|thumb|150px|left|1986]][[File:Asprey Co 2007 makers mark.jpg|thumb|150px|right|2007]]
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|<center>Asprey & Co.<br/>e.1781</center>
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|<center>Great Britain</center>
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:&bull; Jewelers
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:&bull; Silversmiths
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[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
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{{:Carr, Alwyn C.E. Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:Century Guild Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
==Barnard, Edward, & Sons==
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{{:Comyns, William & Sons Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
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|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
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|<center>Edward Barnard & Sons<br/>e.1829</center>
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|<center>Great Britain</center>
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:&bull; Silversmiths
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:&bull; Manufacturers
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:; Designers
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::&bull; Jane Barnard
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::&bull; Charles Francis Annesley Voysey
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[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
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{{:Connell & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:Cooper, John Paul Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
==Benham & Froud==
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|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
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|<center>Benham & Froud<br/>late 19th century</center>
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|<center>Great Britain</center>
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:&bull; Manufacturers
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:; Designer
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::&bull; [[Dresser, Christopher Jewelry Maker's Mark|Christopher Dresser]]
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[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
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{{:Courthope, Frederick Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:Cuzner, Bernard Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
==Benson, William Arthur Smith==
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|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
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|<center>William Arthur Smith Benson<br/>e.c.1880s<br/>(1854-1924)</center>
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|<center>Great Britain</center>
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:&bull; Architect & designer.
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:&bull; Manufacturers
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:&bull; Silver, Plate & Other Metalwork (some cast iron work)
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:; Designed for
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::&bull; Coalbrookdale Co.
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::&bull; Falkirk Iron Co.
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[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
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{{:Daish, Florence Ada Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:Dawson, Nelson Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
==Birmingham Guild of Handicraft==
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{{:Deakin & Francis Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
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|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
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|<center>Birmingham Guild of Handicraft<br/>e.1895</center>
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|<center>Great Britain</center>
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:&bull; Jewelry & Metalwork Crafts Association working with precious and base metals.
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:; Designers
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::&bull; Arthur S. Dixon & Founder.
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::&bull; Claude Napier-Clavering
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[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
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{{:Dixon, Arthur S. Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:Dixon, James & Sons Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
==Blackband, William Thomas==
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{{:Dresser, Christopher Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
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|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
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|<center>William Thomas Blackband<br/>1885-1949</center>
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|<center>Great Britain</center>
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:&bull; Silversmiths
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:&bull; Jewelers
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[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
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{{:Dryad Metal Works Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:Dunhill, Alfred, & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
==Boyton, Charles, & Son==
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|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
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|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
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|<center>Charles Boyton & Son<br/>e.1934<br/>(1885-1958)</center>
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|<center>Great Britain</center>
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:&bull; Silversmiths
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:&bull; Manufacturers
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:&bull; Worked in family firm.
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:; 1935
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::&bull; Opened a [[silver]] workshop.
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:; Designer
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::&bull; [[Boyton, Charles, & Son Jewelry Maker's Mark|Charles Boyton]]
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[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
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{{:Elkington & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:Fisher, Alexander Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
==Carr, Alwyn C.E.==
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|<center></center>
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|<center>Alwyn C.E Carr<br/>(1872-1940)</center>
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|<center>London</center>
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:&bull; Silversmith
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:&bull; Educated at Sheffield School of Art.
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:; 1898-1919
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::&bull; Set up workshop with [[Ramsden, Omar Jewelry Maker's Mark|Omar Ramsden]].
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[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
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{{:Gaskin, Arthur Joseph Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
==Century Guild==
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{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
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|<center>Chiselled Mark</center>
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|<center>Century Guild<br/>fl.1883-c.1892</center>
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|<center>Great Britain</center>
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:&bull; Metalwork Guild
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:&bull; [[Mackmurdo, Arthur Heygate Jewelry Maker's Mark|Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo]]
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:&bull;  H.P. Horne
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[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
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{{:Guild of Handicraft Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:Hart, George Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
==Comyns, William, & Sons==
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{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
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|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
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|<center>William Comyns & Sons<br/>e.1848</center>
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|<center>Great Britain</center>
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:&bull; Silversmiths
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:&bull; Manufacturers
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[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
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{{:Harvey, Arthur Edward Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
==Connell & Co.==
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{{:Haseler, W.H., & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
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|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
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|<center>Connell & Co.<br/>c.1839</center>
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|<center>Great Britain</center>
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:&bull; Silversmiths
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:&bull; Manufacturers
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:&bull; Jewelers
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:; Retailed for
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::&bull; William Hutton & Sons
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::&bull; A.E. Jones
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[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
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{{:Heath & Middleton Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:Hislop, D.W. Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
==Cooper, John Paul==
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{{:Hodel, Joseph Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
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|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
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|<center>John Paul Cooper<br/>(1869-1933)</center>
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|<center>London<br/>Birmingham<br/>Westerham</center>
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:&bull; Silversmith
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:&bull; Jeweler
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:&bull; Pioneered the use of [[shagreen]] in the English [[Arts & Crafts]] Movement.
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{{:Horne, Herbert Percy Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:Horner, Charles, & Son Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
==Courthope, Frederick==
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{{:Hukin & Heath Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
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|<center>Stamped Initials</center>
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|<center>Frederick Courthope<br/>fl.1885-1915</center>
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|<center>Great Britain</center>
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:&bull; Silversmiths
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:; Designer
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::&bull; John Dando Sedding
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[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
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{{:Hunt, George Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:Hutton, William, & Sons Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
==Cuzner, Bernard==
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|<center>Stamped Initials</center>
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|<center>Bernard Cuzner<br/>(1877-1956)</center>
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|<center>Birmingham, Great Britain</center>
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:&bull; Silversmith
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:&bull; Jeweler
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:; Studied
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::&bull; Birmingham School of Jewellery.
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:; Designer for
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::&bull; [[Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark|Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co.]]
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::&bull; [[Liberty & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark|Liberty & Co.]] c.1900.
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::&bull; [[Elkington & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark|Elkington  & Co. Ltd]].
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:; 1910
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::&bull; Birmingham School of Art, Metalwork Department Head.
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[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
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{{:Instone, Bernard Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:Jones, Albert Edward Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
==Daish, Florence Ada==
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{{:Jones & Crompton Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
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|<center>Stamped Initials</center>
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|<center>Florence Ada Daish<br/>fl.c.1930</center>
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|<center>Great Britain</center>
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:&bull; Silversmith
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:&bull; Jeweler
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[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
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{{:Keswick School of Industrial Art Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:Knox, Archibald Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
==Dawson, Nelson==
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|<center>Stamped Initials</center>
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|<center>Nelson Dawson<br/>(1859-1942)</center>
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|<center>Great Britain</center>
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:&bull Architect and painter who took up metalwork c.1891.
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:&bull; Silversmith
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:&bull; Jeweler
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:&bull; Metalworker
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:&bull; [[Enamel]]ler
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:; 1901-1903
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::&bull; Designer & Founder [[Artificers' Guild Jewelry Maker's Mark|Artificers' Guild]].
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::&bull; Enamels by his wife Edith Dawson (m.1893).
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:; 1914
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::&bull; Returned to painting.
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[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
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{{:Krall, Charles Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:Legros, Alphonse Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
==Deakin & Francis==
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{{:Liberty & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
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|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
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|<center>Deakin & Francis<br/>1786 - present</center>
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|<center>Great Britain</center>
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:&bull; Silversmiths
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:&bull; Manufacturers
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:; Designer
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::&bull; [[Harvey, Arthur Edward Jewelry Maker's Mark|Arthur Edward Harvey]]
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[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
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{{:Mackintosh, Charles Rennie Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
__NOTOC__
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{{:Mackintosh, Margaret MacDonald Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
==Dixon, Arthur S.==
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{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
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|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
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|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
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|<center>Arthur S. Dixon<br/>(1865-1929)</center>
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|<center>Birmingham</center>
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:&bull; Silversmith
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:&bull; Architect
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:; 1895
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::&bull; Founder [[Birmingham Guild of Handicraft Jewelry Maker's Mark|Birmingham Guild of Handicraft]]
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{{:Mackmurdo, Arthur Heygate Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:McNair, J. Herbert Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
==Dixon, James & Sons==
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{{:Mappin & Webb Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
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|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
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|<center>James Dixon & Sons<br/>e.1806</center>
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|<center>Sheffield, Great Britain</center>
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:&bull; Silversmiths
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:&bull; Manufacturers
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:; c.1879
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::&bull; Executed designs for [[Dresser, Christopher Jewelry Maker's Mark|Christopher Dresser]]
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{{:Marks, Gilbert Leigh Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:Murphy, Henry George Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
==Dresser, Christopher==
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{{:Murrle Bennet & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
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|<center>Stamped Signatures</center>
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|<center>Christopher Dresser<br/>(1834-1904)</center>
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|<center>London</center>
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:; Silver & plate designs executed by
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::&bull; [[Dixon, James & Sons Jewelry Maker's Mark|Dixon & Sons]]
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::&bull; [[Elkington & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark|Elkington & Co.]]
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::&bull; [[Heath & Middleton Jewelry Maker's Mark|Heath & Middleton]]
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::&bull; [[Hukin & Heath Jewelry Maker's Mark|Hukin & Heath]]
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:; Metalwork
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::&bull; [[Benham & Froud Jewelry Maker's Mark|Benham & Froud]]
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::&bull; Chubb & Co.
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::&bull; Deakin & Moore
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::&bull; Hardman & Co.
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::&bull; [[Liberty & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark|Liberty & Co.]]
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::&bull; [[Perry, Son & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark|Perry, Son & Co.]]
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:; Cast Iron
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::&bull; Coalbrookdale Co.
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{{:Napper & Davenport Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
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{{:Newlyn Industrial Class Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
==Dryad Metal Works==
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{{:Ogden & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
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|-
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|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
+
|<center>Dryad Metal Works<br/>e.1912</center>
+
|<center>Great Britain</center>
+
|
+
:&bull; Metalwork
+
:; Designer
+
::&bull; William Pick
+
|-
+
|}
+
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
+
  
 +
{{:Partridge, Frederick James Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
__NOTOC__
+
{{:Pearson, John Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
==Dunhill, Alfred, & Co.==
+
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
+
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
+
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
+
!width=15%|Name/Period
+
!width=10%|Location
+
!width=40%|Specialty
+
|-
+
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
+
|<center>Alfred Dunhill & Co.<br/>fl.20th century</center>
+
|<center>Great Britain</center>
+
|
+
:&bull; Retailers of Gold & Silver Lighters, Boxes & Accessories"
+
|-
+
|}
+
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
+
  
 +
{{:Perry, Son & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
__NOTOC__
+
{{:Powell, James & Sons Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
==Elkington & Co.==
+
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
+
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
+
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
+
!width=15%|Name/Period
+
!width=10%|Location
+
!width=40%|Specialty
+
|-
+
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
+
|<center>Elkington & Co.<br/>e.1836</center>
+
|<center>Great Britain</center>
+
|
+
:&bull; Manufacturers
+
:&bull; Metalwork
+
:&bull; Silver and Plate
+
:; Founder
+
::&bull; George  Richard Elkington, inventor of [[Electroplate|Electroplating]].
+
:; 1875-1885
+
::&bull; Executed designs for [[Dresser, Christopher Jewelry Maker's Mark|Christopher Dresser]]
+
:; 1935
+
::&bull; Executed modern designs for
+
:::&bull; Reginald Hill
+
:::&bull; Frank Neville
+
:::&bull; John Walker
+
|-
+
|}
+
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
+
  
 +
{{:Omar Ramsden Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
__NOTOC__
+
{{:Ramsden & Carr Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
==Fisher, Alexander==
+
{{:Rathbone, Richard Llewellyn Benson Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
+
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
+
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
+
!width=15%|Name/Period
+
!width=10%|Location
+
!width=40%|Specialty
+
|-
+
|<center>Stamped Initials</center>
+
|<center>Alexander Fisher<br/>(1864-1936)</center>
+
|<center>Great Britain</center>
+
|
+
:&bull; Silversmith
+
:&bull; Jeweler
+
:&bull; Studied [[Enamel]]ling in Paris.
+
:&bull; Taught at the Central School of Arts & Crafts, London.
+
:; 1896
+
::&bull; Established his own school.
+
|-
+
|}
+
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
+
  
 +
{{:Reynolds, William Bainbridge Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
__NOTOC__
+
{{:Roberts & Belk Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
==Gaskin, Arthur Joseph==
+
{{:Shiner, Cyril James Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
+
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
+
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
+
!width=15%|Name/Period
+
!width=10%|Location
+
!width=40%|Specialty
+
|-
+
|<center>Engraved Initials</center>
+
|<center>Arthur Joseph Gaskin<br/>1862-1928</center>
+
|<center>Great Britain</center>
+
|
+
:&bull; Silversmith
+
:&bull; Jeweler
+
:; Designer for
+
::&bull; [[Liberty & Co.]]
+
|-
+
|}
+
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
+
  
 +
{{:Spencer, Edward Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
__NOTOC__
+
{{:Stabler, Harold Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
==Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co.==
+
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
+
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
+
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
+
!width=15%|Name/Period
+
!width=10%|Location
+
!width=40%|Specialty
+
|-
+
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
+
|<center>Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co.<br/> e.1898-1952</center>
+
|<center>London</center>
+
|
+
:&bull; Silversmiths
+
:&bull; Goldsmiths
+
:&bull; Manufacturers
+
:&bull; Retailers
+
:; c. 1930s Executed designs for
+
::&bull; [[Cuzner, Bernard Jewelry Maker's Mark|Bernard Cuzner]]
+
::&bull; [[Harvey, Arthur Edward Jewelry Maker's Mark|Arthur Edward Harvey]]
+
::&bull; S.J Day
+
::&bull; Leslie Durbin
+
|-
+
|}
+
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
+
  
 +
{{:Starkie Gardner & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
__NOTOC__
+
{{:Thew, Mary Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
==Guild of Handicraft==
+
{{:Wakeley & Wheeler Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
+
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
+
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
+
!width=15%|Name/Period
+
!width=10%|Location
+
!width=40%|Specialty
+
|-
+
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
+
|<center>Guild of Handicraft<br/>e.1888-1907</center>
+
|<center>London<br/>Chipping Campden</center>
+
|
+
:&bull; Guild
+
:&bull; Jewelry
+
:&bull; Metalwork
+
:; Founder & Designer
+
::&bull; [[Ashbee, Charles Robert Jewelry Maker's Mark|C.R. Ashbee]]
+
:; Members
+
::&bull; [[Hart, George Jewelry Maker's Mark|George Hart]]
+
::&bull; [[Partridge, Frederick James Jewelry Maker's Mark|Frederick James Partridge]]
+
::&bull; [[Pearson, John Jewelry Maker's Mark|John Pearson]]
+
::&bull; [[Williams, John Jewelry Maker's Mark|John Williams]]
+
|-
+
|}
+
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
+
  
 +
{{:Walker & Hall Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
__NOTOC__
+
{{:Wallis, Hugh Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
==Hart, George==
+
{{:Williams, John Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
+
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
+
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
+
!width=15%|Name/Period
+
!width=10%|Location
+
!width=40%|Specialty
+
|-
+
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
+
|<center>George Hart<br/>b.1882</center>
+
|<center>Chipping Campden, Great Britain</center>
+
|
+
:&bull; Silversmith
+
:&bull; Designer
+
:; Membership in
+
::&bull; [[Guild of Handicraft Jewelry Maker's Mark|Guild of Handicraft]]
+
:&bull; Worked with Huyshe and Warmington following the closure of Guild of Handicraft.
+
|-
+
|}
+
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
+
  
 +
{{:Wilson, Henry J. Jewelry Maker's Mark}}
  
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Harvey, Arthur Edward==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Initials</center>
 
|<center>Arthur Edward Harvey<br/>1893-1978</center>
 
|<center>Birmingham</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Designer
 
:&bull; Head of the School of Industrial Design, Birmingham.
 
:; c.1930s Designed for
 
::&bull; [[Deakin & Francis Jewelry Maker's Mark|Deakin & Francis]] (Silver & Plate)
 
::&bull; [[Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark|Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co.]]
 
::&bull; [[Hukin & Heath Jewelry Maker's Mark|Hukin & Heath]]
 
::&bull; [[Mappin & Webb Jewelry Maker's Mark|Mappin & Webb]]
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Haseler, W.H., & Co.==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
 
|<center>W.H. Haseler & Co.<br/>e.1850</center>
 
|<center>Birmingham</center>
 
|
 
:&bull;Manufacturers
 
:&bull;Silver
 
:&bull;Jewelry
 
:;1899 - 1927
 
::&bull; Manufactured 'Cymric' for [[Liberty & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark|Liberty & Co.]]
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Heath & Middleton==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
 
|<center>Heath & Middleton<br/>1887-1909</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Manufacturers (Silver & Plate)
 
:&bull; Metalwork
 
:; Designer
 
::&bull; [[Dresser, Christopher Jewelry Maker's Mark|Christopher Dresser]]
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Hislop, DavidW.==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Initials</center>
 
|<center>David W. Hislop<br/>e.1904-05</center>
 
|<center>Glasgow</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Jeweler
 
:&bull; Watchmaker
 
:&bull; Stone dealer
 
:; Retailer for
 
::&bull; C. R. Mackintosh
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Hodel, Joseph==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Signature</center>
 
|<center>Joseph Hodel<br/>fl.1890-1915</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Metalwork
 
:&bull; Associated with Bromsgrove Guild
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Horne, Herbert Percy==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Egraved Initials</center>
 
|<center>Herbert Percy Horne<br/>1864-1916</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Designer
 
:&bull; Metalwork Designs for [[Century Guild Jewelry Maker's Mark|Century Guild]]
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Horner, Charles, & Son==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
 
|<center>Charles Horner & Sons<br/>fl.1900-1920</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Silversmiths
 
:&bull; Manufacturing
 
:&bull; Jewelers
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Hukin & Heath==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
 
|<center>Hukin & Heath<br/>e.1855-1953</center>
 
|<center>Birmingham</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Manufacturers
 
:&bull; Silver and Plate
 
:; Executed designs for
 
::&bull; Metalworker [[Dresser, Christopher Jewelry Maker's Mark|Christopher Dresser]] c.1878.
 
::&bull; Metalworker [[Harvey, Arthur Edward Jewelry Maker's Mark|Arthur Edward Harvey]] c.1930s.
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Hunt, Geoge==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Signature</center>
 
|<center>George Hunt<br/>fl.1910-40</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Jeweler
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Hutton, William, & Sons==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
 
|<center>William Hutton & Sons<br/>e.1800-c.1925</center>
 
|<center>Birmingham<br/>London</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Manufacturer - Silver & Plate
 
:&bull; Metalwork
 
:; Designer
 
::&bull; Kate Harris (produced items for 1900 Paris Exhibition.)
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Instone, Bernard==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Initials</center>
 
|<center>Bernard Instone<br/>b.1891</center>
 
|<center>Birmingham</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Silversmith
 
:&bull; Jeweler
 
:&bull; [[Enamel]]list
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Jones, Albert Edward==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Initials</center>
 
|<center>Albert Edward Jones<br/>1879-1954</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Silversmith
 
:&bull; Jeweler
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Jones & Crompton==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
 
|<center>Jones & Crompton<br/>fl.c.1900</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Silversmith
 
:&bull; Manufacturers
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Keswick School of Industrial Art==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
 
|<center>Keswick School of Industrial Art<br/>e.1884</center>
 
|<center>Keswick</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Metalwork - Silver
 
:&bull; Small objects in the [[Arts & Crafts]] style.
 
:; Designers
 
::&bull; Herbert T. Maryon
 
::&bull; [[Stabler, Harold Jewelry Maker's Mark|Harold Stabler]]
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Knox, Archibald==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
 
|<center>Archibald Knox<br/>(1864-1933)</center>
 
|<center>Isle of Man<br/>London</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Painter & designer
 
:; Designer c.1899-1906
 
::[[Liberty & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark|Liberty & Co.]] 'Cymeric' [[silver]] and 'Tudric' [[pewter]].
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Krall, Charles==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
 
|<center>Charles Krall<br/>e.1881</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Silversmiths
 
:&bull; Manufacturers
 
:&bull; Jewelers
 
;: Designer
 
::&bull; John Dando Sedding
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Legros, Alphonse==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Cast Signature</center>
 
|<center>Alphonse Legros<br/>1837-1911</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Medallist
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==[[Liberty & Co.]]==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
 
|<center>[[Liberty & Co.]]<br/>e.1875</center>
 
|<center>London</center>
 
|
 
:; Founder
 
::&bull; Sir Arthur Lasenby Liberty.
 
:&bull; Retailers & Organizers of Jewelry Design & Production
 
:&bull; Cymric Silver 1899-1927
 
:&bull; Tudric Pewter
 
:; Manufacturers
 
::&bull; [[Haseler, W.H., & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark|W.H. Haseler & Co.]]
 
:; Designers
 
::&bull; Oliver Baker (1859-1938)
 
::&bull; [[Cuzner, Bernard Jewelry Maker's Mark|Bernard Cuzner]]
 
::&bull; [[Dresser, Christopher Jewelry Maker's Mark|Christopher Dresser]]
 
::&bull; [[Gaskin, Arthur Joseph Jewelry Maker's Mark|Arthur Joseph Gaskin]]
 
::&bull; [[Jones, Albert Edward Jewelry Maker's Mark|Albert Edward Jones]]
 
::&bull; J.M. King
 
::&bull; [[Knox, Archibald Jewelry Maker's Mark|Archibald Knox]]
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Mackintosh, Charles Rennie==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center></center>
 
|<center>Charles Rennie Mackintosh<br/>1868-1928</center>
 
|<center>Glasgow</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Architect
 
:&bull; Designer
 
:&bull; Jewelry and flatware made by [[Elkington & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark|Elkington & Co.]].
 
:&bull; Often marked [[Hislop, D.W. Jewelry Maker's Mark|David Hislop]].
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Mackintosh, Margaret MacDonald==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Engraved Signature</center>
 
|<center>Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh<br/>1865-1933</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Jeweler
 
:&bull; Metalworker
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Mackmurdo, Arthur Heygate==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Hammered Initials</center>
 
|<center>Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo<br/>1851-1942</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Designer
 
:&bull; Metalwork
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==McNair, J. Herbert==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Engraved Signature</center>
 
|<center>J. Herbert McNair<br/>1868-1953</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Jewelry
 
:&bull; Metalwork
 
:&bull; Designer
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Mappin & Webb==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center></center>
 
|<center>Mappin & Webb<br/>e.1869<br/></center>
 
|<center>London<br/>Sheffield<br/></center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Silversmiths
 
:&bull; Manufacturers
 
:; 1774
 
::&bull; Jonathan Mappin opened a small cutlery workshop in Sheffield.
 
:; 1775
 
::&bull; The first Mappin Silver Maker's Mark was registered.
 
:; 1849
 
::&bull; First London showroom was opened.
 
::&bull; Jonathan's four great grandsons took over the company.
 
:; 1860
 
::&bull; John Mappin (the youngest grandson) broke away and formed Mappin & Company.
 
:; 1868
 
::&bull; John Newton Mappin joined with George Webb to establish Mappin & Webb.
 
:; Noted for
 
::&bull; Fine silver, jewelry, watches and clocks.
 
:; 1897
 
::&bull; Royal Warrant granted by Queen Victoria in the year of her diamond jubilee.
 
:; 1903
 
::&bull; John Newton Mappin purchased Mappin Brothers.
 
:; Designer
 
::&bull; A. Hatfield (until 1935)
 
:; c.1930s Executed designs for
 
::&bull; [[Harvey, Arthur Edward Jewelry Maker's Mark|Arthur Edward Harvey]]
 
::&bull; Keith Murray
 
::&bull; James Warwick
 
:; 1990
 
::&bull; Joined the Asprey group.
 
:; Currently
 
::&bull; Privately owned  by the retail group Aurum Holdings.
 
::&bull; Hold a Royal Warrant as Sliversmiths to the Queen and The Prince of Wales.
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Marks, Gilbert Leigh==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Engraved Signature & Stamped Mark/Initials</center>
 
|<center>Gilbert Leigh Marks<br/>(1861-1905)<br/>e.1885</center>
 
|<center>London</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Silversmith
 
:&bull; Metalworker
 
:&bull; Studied under Johnson, Walker & Tolhurst.
 
:; 1885
 
::&bull; Set himself up as a silversmith.
 
:; 1896
 
::&bull; Registered his Mark.
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Murphy, Henry George==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Mark & Initials</center>
 
|<center>Henry George Murphy<br/>(1884-1939)<br/>e.1913</center>
 
|<center>London</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Silversmith
 
:&bull; Jeweler
 
:&bull; Studied and taught at the Central School of Arts Crafts, London.
 
:; 1913
 
::&bull; Opened his own shop.
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Murrle Bennett & Co.==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
 
|<center>Murrle Bennett & Co.<br/>1884-c.1914</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Manufacturers
 
:&bull; Jewelry Importers
 
:&bull; Associated with [[Liberty & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark]] and [[Fahrner, Theodore Jewelry Maker's Mark|Theodore Fahrner]]
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Napper & Davenport==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
 
|<center>Napper & Davenport<br/>fl.1920-40</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Silversmiths
 
:&bull; Manufacturers
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Newlyn Industrial Class==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Signature</center>
 
|<center>Newlyn Industrial Class<br/>1890-1939</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Metalworkers
 
:&bull; Jewelers
 
:&bull; [[Enamel]]ists
 
:; Designer
 
::&bull; J.D. Mackenzie
 
::&bull; [[Pearson, John Jewelry Maker's Mark|John Pearson]]
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Ogden & Co.==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
 
|<center>Ogden & Co.<br/>fl.1920-40</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Silversmiths
 
:&bull; Manufacturers
 
:; Designer
 
::&bull; [[Stabler, Harold Jewelry Maker's Mark|Harold Stabler]]
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Partridge, Frederick James==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Signature</center>
 
|<center>Frederick James Partridge<br/>1877-1942</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Jeweler
 
:&bull; Associated briefly with [[Guild of Handicraft Jewelry Maker's Mark|Guild of Handicraft]]
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Pearson, John==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Initials</center>
 
|<center>John Pearson<br/>fl.1895-1925</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Silversmith
 
:&bull; Metalworker
 
:; Associated with
 
::&bull; [[Guild of Handicraft Jewelry Maker's Mark|Guild of Handicraft]]
 
::&bull; [[Newlyn Industrial Class Jewelry Maker's Mark|Newlyn Industrial Class]]
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Perry, Son & Co.==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
 
|<center>Perry, Son & Co.<br/>1876-83</center>"
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Manufacturers
 
:&bull; Metalwork
 
:; Designer
 
::&bull; [[Dresser, Christopher Jewelry Maker's Mark|Christopher Dresser]]
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Powell, James, & Sons==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
 
|<center> James Powell & Sons<br/>e.1834</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Silver Mounts for their own Glassware
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Omar Ramsden==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center></center>
 
|<center>Omar Ramsden<br/><br/>(1873-1939)<br/>e.1898<br/>closed 1939</center>
 
|<center>London<br/><br/></center>
 
|
 
:; 1887
 
::&bull; Apprenticed at a Sheffield [[silversmith]].
 
:; 1888
 
::&bull; Won prizes and awards a the Sheffield School of Art.
 
::&bull; Met Alwyn Carr.
 
:; 1898
 
::&bull; Ramsden and Carr registered their mark at Goldsmith's Hall, London.
 
::&bull; Designed [[Art Nouveau]] jewelry, influenced by medieval and contemporary designs.
 
:; 1919
 
::&bull; Firm dissolved and Ramsden continued in a more traditional style.
 
:; 1939
 
::&bull; Death of Ramsden.
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Ramsden & Carr==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
 
|<center>Ramsden & Carr<br/>1898-1919</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; [[Ramsden, Omar Jewelry Maker's Mark|Omar Ramsden]] and Alwyn C.E. Carr
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Rathbone, Richard Llewellyn Benson==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Monogram with Signature</center>
 
|<center>Richard Llewellyn Benson Rathbone<br/></center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Silversmith
 
:&bull; Designer
 
:&bull; Jeweler
 
:&bull; Metalworker
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Reynolds, William Bainbridge==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Initials</center>
 
|<center>William Bainbridge Reynolds<br/>1864-1939</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Silversmith
 
:; Designer for
 
::&bull; [[Starkie Gardner & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark|Starkie Gardner & Co.]]
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Roberts & Belk==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
 
|<center>Roberts & Belk<br/>e.1809</center>
 
|<center>Sheffield</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Manufacturers of Silver & Plate
 
:; Designer c.1920s-30s
 
::&bull; Walter P. Belk
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Shiner, Cyril James==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Initials</center>
 
|<center>Cyril James Shiner<br/>b.1908</center>
 
|<center>Birmingham</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Silversmith
 
:&bull; Trained with [[Cuzner, Bernard Jewelry Maker's Mark|Bernard Cuzner]].
 
:&bull; Studied a the Royal College of Art, London.
 
:;Designer for
 
::&bull; [[Wakeley & Wheeler Jewelry Maker's Mark|Wakeley & Wheeler]]
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Spencer, Edward==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Signature</center>
 
|<center>Edward Spencer<br/>(1872-1938)</center>
 
|<center>London</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Designer
 
:&bull; Metalworker
 
:; 1903
 
::&bull; Chief Designer [[Artificers' Guild Jewelry Maker's Mark|Artificers' Guild]].
 
:; Materials
 
::&bull; [[Shagreen]]
 
::&bull; [[Ivory]]
 
::&bull; [[Mother-of-Pearl]]
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Stabler, Harold==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Initials & Signature</center>
 
|<center> Harold Stabler<br/>(1872-1945)</center>
 
|<center>London</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Designer
 
:&bull; Metalworker
 
:&bull; [[Keswick School of Industrial Art Jewelry Maker's Mark|Keswick School of Industrial Art]].
 
::&bull; Director 1898-1899.
 
:&bull; Sir John Cass Technical Institute, London.
 
::&bull; Teacher and Art Department head.
 
:; Designer for
 
::&bull; [[Adie Bros. Jewelry Maker's Mark|Adie Bros.]]
 
::&bull; Firth Vickers
 
::&bull; [[Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark|Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co.]]
 
::&bull; [[Ogden & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark|Ogden & Co.]]
 
::&bull; [[Wakeley & Wheeler Jewelry Maker's Mark|Wakeley & Wheeler]]
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Starkie Gardner & Co.==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Initials</center>
 
|<center>Starkie Gardner & Co.<br/>fl.1875-1940</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Manufacturers
 
:&bull; Metalworkers
 
:; Designer
 
::&bull; [[Reynolds, William Bainbridge Jewelry Maker's Mark|William Bainbridge Reynolds]]
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Thew, Mary==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Hammered Initial</center>
 
|<center>Mary Thew<br/>fl.1900-30</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Silversmith
 
:&bull; Jeweler
 
:&bull; [[Enamel]]ist
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Wakeley & Wheeler==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
 
|<center>Wakeley & Wheeler<br/>e.1791</center>
 
|<center>London</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Silversmiths
 
:&bull; Manufacturers
 
:; Executed designs for
 
::&bull; R.M.Y. Gleadowe
 
::&bull; [[Shiner, Cyril James Jewelry Maker's Mark|Cyril James Shiner]]
 
::&bull; [[Stabler, Harold Jewelry Maker's Mark|Harold Stabler]]
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Walker & Hall==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Mark</center>
 
|<center>Walker & Hall<br/>e.1843</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Silversmiths
 
:&bull; Manufacturers
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Wallis, Hugh==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Initials</center>
 
|<center>Hugh Wallis<br/>fl.1895-1935</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Metalworker
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
==Williams, John==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Initials</center>
 
|<center>John Williams<br/>fl.1890-1915</center>
 
|<center>Great Britain</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Silversmith
 
:&bull; Metalworker
 
:; Member
 
::&bull; [[Guild of Handicraft Jewelry Maker's Mark|Guild of Handicraft]]
 
|-
 
|}
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
 
 
__NOTOC__
 
 
==Wilson, Henry J.==
 
{|class="wikitable" style="margin-left:0; width:100%;"
 
|- bgcolor="#efefef" align="center"
 
!width=35%|Jewelry Maker's Mark
 
!width=15%|Name/Period
 
!width=10%|Location
 
!width=40%|Specialty
 
|-
 
|<center>Stamped Initials</center>
 
|<center>Henry J. Wilson <br/>(1864-1934)<br/>e.1895</center>
 
|<center>London<br/>Borough Green</center>
 
|
 
:&bull; Jeweler
 
:&bull; Metalworker
 
:; Designer for
 
::&bull; Longden & Co.
 
:; 1901
 
::&bull; Teacher - Metalwork & [[enamel]]ling - Royal College of Art.
 
|-
 
|}
 
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]
 
[[category:Jewelry Maker's_Marks]]

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Adie Bros.

Adie Bros makers mark.jpg

Adie Bros.
UK
e.1879 - Cl. 1968

Specialties

  • Silversmiths
  • Manufacturers

Designers c.1925

  • Fernand Piret
  • Harold Stabler


Artificers' Guild

Artificers Guild.jpg

Artificers' Guild
UK
1901-1942

Specialties

  • Manufacturers
  • Retailers
  • Jewelry & Other Metalwork

Designers

1903

  • Purchased by Montague Fordham, former director of the Birmingham Guild of Handicraft.
  • Renamed: Montague Fordham, House furnisher, Jeweller ad Metalworker.
  • Address: 9 Maddox Street.

1906-1911

  • Renamed: The Artificers' Guild (late Montague Fordham) Art Metalworkers.


Charles Robert Ashbee

Ashbee Charles Robert makers mark.jpg

Charles Robert Ashbee
UK
1863-1942

Specialties

1887-88

  • Founder
    • Guild of Handicraft
    • Ashbee was the principal designer.
    • Guildsmen made up Ashbee's designs, learning their craft by trial and error.

1898

  • Translated Cellini's Treatises
  • Guild became a Limited Liability Company with a registered mark.

Honorary Member

  • Vereinigung bildender Kunstler Osterreich-Secession, Vienna.

1915-1919

  • Professor in Cairo

1919-1923

  • Palestine


Asprey & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark

Barnard, Edward, & Sons

Edward Barnard & Sons.svg

Barnard, Edward, & Sons
UK
e.1829

Specialties

  • Silversmiths
  • Manufacturers

Designers

  • Jane Barnard
  • Charles Francis Annesley Voysey


Benham & Froud

BENHAM and FROUD.svg

Benham & Froud
UK
late 19th century

Specialties

  • Manufacturers

Designer


Benson, William Arthur Smith Jewelry Maker's Mark

Birmingham Guild of Handicraft

BIRBINGHAM GUILD OF HANDCRAFT1.svg

Birmingham Guild of Handicraft
UK
Birmingham
e.1890

Specialties

  • Jewelry & Metalwork Crafts Association working with precious and base metals.

Designers

  • Arthur S. Dixon & Founder.
  • Claude Napier-Clavering
  • Montague Fordham, Director.

1895

  • BGH became a Limited Company.

1910

  • BGH consolidated with Gittins Craftsmen Ltd., specializing in jewelry production.


BIRBINGHAM GUILD OF HANDCRAFT2.svg

William Thomas Blackband

BLACKBAND William Thomas.svg

William Thomas Blackband
UK
Birmingham
(1885-1949)

Specialties

  • Silversmiths
  • Jewelers
  • Specialized in filigree.
  • Educated at the Vittoria Street School and later returned to teach. retiring from there in 1946.
  • Worked closely with Arthur Gaskin.


Charles Boyton & Son

BOYTON Charles & Son1.svg

Charles Boyton & Son
UK
e.1934

Specialties

  • Silversmiths
  • Manufacturers
  • Worked for family firm.

1935

Designer

  • Charles Boyton


BOYTON Charles & Son2.svg BOYTON Charles & Son3.svgCarr, Alwyn C.E. Jewelry Maker's Mark

Century Guild

CENTURY GUILD.svg

Century Guild
UK
fl.1883-c.1892

Specialties


William Comyns & Sons

COMYNS William & Sons.svg

William Comyns & Sons
UK
e.1848

Specialties

  • Silversmiths
  • Manufacturers


Connell & Co.

CONNELL & CO1.svg

Connell & Co.
UK
c.1839

Specialties

  • Silversmiths
  • Manufacturers
  • Jewelers

Retailed for

  • William Hutton & Sons
  • A.E. Jones


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John Paul Cooper

COOPER John Paul1.svg

John Paul Cooper
UK
Birmingham
(1869-1933)

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Jeweler

1897

  • Began to work with metal.

1899

1901

  • Head of Metalwork Department, Birmingham School of Art.

1906

  • Began to work with Japanese mixed metal techniques.


COOPER John Paul2.svg COOPER John Paul3.svg

Frederick Courthope

COURTHOPE Frederick.svg

Frederick Courthope
UK
fl.1885-1915

Specialties

  • Silversmiths

Designer

  • John Dando Sedding


Bernard Cuzner

CUZNER Bernard1.svg

Bernard Cuzner
UK
Birmingham
(1877-1956)

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Jeweler

Studied

Designer for

1910

  • Birmingham School of Art, Metalwork Department Head.

1935

  • Wrote: A Silversmith's Manual.

1942

  • Retired.


CUZNER Bernard2.svg

Florence Ada Daish

DAISH Florence Ada.svg

Florence Ada Daish
UK
fl.c.1930

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Jeweler


Nelson Dawson

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Nelson Dawson
UK
(1859-1942)

Specialties

  • Architect and painter who took up metalwork c.1891.
  • Silversmith
  • Jeweler
  • Metalworker
  • Enameller

1891

  • Took up metalwork & studied enamelling.

1900

  • Exhibited: Fine Art Society, London.

1901-1903

  • Designer & Founder Artificers' Guild.
  • Enamels by his wife Edith Dawson (m.1893). Very accomplished enamellist of the period.

1914

  • Returned to painting.


DAWSON Nelson2.svg

Deakin & Francis

DEAKIN & FRANCIS.svg

Deakin & Francis
UK
1786 - present

Specialties

  • Silversmiths
  • Manufacturers

Historically

Designer


Arthur S. Dixon

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Arthur S. Dixon
UK
Birmingham England
(1865-1929)

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Architect

1895



James Dixon & Sons

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James Dixon & Sons
UK
Sheffield
e.1806

Specialties

  • Silversmiths
  • Manufacturers

c.1879


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Christopher Dresser

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Christopher Dresser
UK
London England
(1834-1904)

Specialties

Silver & plate designs executed by

Metalwork

Cast Iron

  • Coalbrookdale Co.


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Dryad Metal Works

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Dryad Metal Works
UK
e.1912

Specialties

  • Metalwork

Designer

  • William Pick


Alfred Dunhill & Co.

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Alfred Dunhill & Co.
UK
fl.20th century

Specialties

  • Retailers of Gold & Silver Lighters, Boxes & Accessories"


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Elkington & Co.

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Elkington & Co.
UK
e.1836

Specialties

  • Manufacturers
  • Metalwork
  • Silver and Plate

Founder

1875-1885

1935 Executed modern designs for

  • Reginald Hill
  • Frank Neville
  • John Walker


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Alexander Fisher

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Alexander Fisher
UK
(1864-1936)

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Jeweler
  • Trained as a painter at the South Kensington Schools.
  • Studied enamelling in Paris.
  • Taught at the Central School of Arts & Crafts, London.

1896

  • Established his own enamelling school.
  • Had an extensive influence in English Arts & Crafts and exhibited regularly through the Arts & Crafts Exhibition Society.


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Arthur Joseph Gaskin

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Arthur Joseph Gaskin
UK
Birmingham England
e. 1899 (1862-1928)

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Jeweler
  • Filigree & wirework
  • Spiral Forms
  • Enamel

1894

  • Married Georgina, also an Arts & Crafts Jeweler.
  • They exhibited with the Arts & Crafts Exhibition Society.

1901

  • Began to exhibit with the Birmingham Group and continued until c.1915.

1902-1924

  • Head of Vittoria Street School for Silversmiths.

Designer for


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Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co.

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Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co.
UK
London England
e.1898-1952

Specialties

  • Silversmiths
  • Goldsmiths
  • Manufacturers
  • Retailers

c. 1930s Executed designs for


Guild of Handicraft

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Guild of Handicraft
UK
London Chipping Campden England
e.1888-1907

Specialties

  • Began as a craft guild & later was commercialized and became a Limited Company c.1902.
  • Jewelry
  • Metalwork

Founder & Designer

Members

1890

  • Moved in to Essex House and installed William Morris's Kelmscott Press equipment.


George Hart

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George Hart
UK
Campden
b. 1882

Specialties


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Arthur Edward Harvey

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Arthur Edward Harvey
UK
1893-1978

Specialties

  • Designer

Designed for


W.H. Haseler & Co.

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W.H. Haseler & Co.
UK
Birmingham England
e.1850

Specialties

Manufacturers

  • Silver
  • Jewelry

1899 - 1927

  • Manufactured 'Cymric' for Liberty & Co.
  • As of 1901, Liberty owned 60% of W. H. Haseler.


Heath & Middleton

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Heath & Middleton
UK
1887-1909

Specialties

  • Manufacturers (Silver & Plate)
  • Metalwork

Designer


David W. Hislop

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David W. Hislop
UK
Glasgow Scotland
e.1904-05

Specialties

  • Jeweler
  • Watchmaker
  • Stone dealer

Retailer for


Joseph Hodel

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Joseph Hodel
UK
fl.1890-1915

Specialties

  • Metalwork
  • Associated with Bromsgrove Guild


Herbert Percy Horne

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Herbert Percy Horne
UK
1864-1916

Specialties


Charles Horner & Son

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Charles Horner & Son
UK
Halifax England
fl.1900-1920

Specialties

  • Silversmiths
  • Pioneering manufacturers
  • Jewelers
  • Mass Produced simple Arts & Crafts style Liberty designs.


Hukin & Heath

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Hukin & Heath
UK
Birmingham England
e.1855-1953

Specialties

  • Manufacturers
  • Silver and Plate

Executed designs for


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George Hunt

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George Hunt
UK
fl.1910-40

Specialties

  • Jeweler


William Hutton & Sons

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William Hutton & Sons
UK
Sheffield & London England
e.1800-c.1925

Specialties

  • Manufacturer - Silver & Plate
  • Metalwork

Designer

  • Kate Harris (produced items for 1900 Paris Exhibition.)


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Bernard Instone

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Bernard Instone
UK
Birmingham England
b.1891

Specialties


Albert Edward Jones

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Albert Edward Jones
UK
1879-1954

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Jeweler


Jones & Crompton

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Jones & Crompton
UK
fl.c.1900

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Manufacturers


Keswick School of Industrial Art

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Keswick School of Industrial Art
UK
Keswick England
e.1884

Specialties

  • Evening institute to teach craft classes, mainly jewelry.
  • Metalwork - Silver
  • Small objects in the Arts & Crafts style.

Designers


Archibald Knox

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Archibald Knox
UK
Isle of Man & London England
(1864-1933)

Specialties

  • Painter
  • Jewelry Designer

Designer c.1899-1912

Teacher

  • Taught off and on from 1884-1933.
  • Knox designed in a Celtic revival style with machine mass production of the item(s) as the method of manufacture.



Charles Krall

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Charles Krall
UK
e.1881

Specialties

  • Silversmiths
  • Manufacturers
  • Jewelers

Designer

  • John Dando Sedding


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Alphonse Legros

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Alphonse Legros
UK
(1837-1911)

Specialties

  • Medallist


Liberty & Co.

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Liberty & Co.
UK
London England
e.1875

Specialties

  • Retailers & Organizers of Jewelry Design & Production
  • Cymric Silver 1899-1927
  • Tudric Pewter

Founder

  • Sir Arthur Lasenby Liberty (1843-1917)

Manufacturers

Designers

c.1909

  • Sold Celtic (Cymric) line to Connel & Co.

Marks

  • Ly & Co - Rectangle: 1898-1901, London. Mainly used to mark imported goods.
  • L & Co - Conjoined diamonds: 1899-1927, Birmingham.
  • L & C C & L - 4 conjoined circles: 1893-1894, Birmingham. Liverty & Co. with Cymric Ltd.


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Charles Rennie Mackintosh

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Charles Rennie Mackintosh
UK
Glasgow Scotland
1868-1928

Specialties



Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh

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Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh
UK
Glasgow Scotland
(1865-1933)

Specialties

  • Jeweler
  • Metalworker
  • Designer
    • Member of the "Glasgow Four"

1890

  • Set up a studio with her sister Frances.
  • Working together to produce metalwork, graphics, textile designs and book illustrations.
  • Participated in Exhibitions.

1900


Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo

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Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo
UK
1851-1942

Specialties

  • Designer
  • Metalwork

1882

  • Founded the Century Guild of Artists, a successful craft guild.


J. Herbert McNair

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J. Herbert McNair
UK
(1868-1955)

Specialties

  • Jewelry
  • Metalwork
  • Designer

'1899


Mappin & Webb

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Mappin & Webb
UK
London England & Sheffield England
e.1869

Specialties

  • Silversmiths
  • Manufacturers

1774

  • Jonathan Mappin opened a small cutlery workshop in Sheffield.

1775

  • The first Mappin Silver Maker's Mark was registered.

1849

  • First London showroom was opened.
  • Jonathan's four great grandsons took over the company.

1860

  • John Mappin (the youngest grandson) broke away and formed Mappin & Company.

1868

  • John Newton Mappin joined with George Webb to establish Mappin & Webb.

Noted for

  • Fine silver, jewelry, watches and clocks.

1897

  • Royal Warrant granted by Queen Victoria in the year of her diamond jubilee.

1903

  • John Newton Mappin purchased Mappin Brothers.

Designer

  • A. Hatfield (until 1935)

c.1930s Executed designs for

1990

  • Joined the Asprey group.

Currently

  • Privately owned by the retail group Aurum Holdings.
  • Hold a Royal Warrant as Sliversmiths to the Queen and The Prince of Wales.


Gilbert Leigh Marks

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Gilbert Leigh Marks
UK
London England
(1861-1905) e.1885

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Metalworker
  • Studied under Johnson, Walker & Tolhurst.

1885

  • Set himself up as a silversmith.

1896

  • Registered his Mark.


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Henry George Murphy

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Henry George Murphy
UK
London England
(1884-1939) e.1913

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Jeweler
  • Studied and taught at the Central School of Arts Crafts, London.
  • Apprenticed with Henry Wilson.

1912

1913

  • Opened his own shop in London.

c.1920s

1937

  • Principal of the Central School.


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Murrle, Bennet & Co.

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Murrle, Bennet & Co.
UK
London England
1884-c.1914

Specialties

c.1914

  • Renamed White Redgrove & Whyte.


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Napper & Davenport

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Napper & Davenport
UK
fl.1920-40

Specialties

  • Silversmiths
  • Manufacturers


Newlyn Industrial Class

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Newlyn Industrial Class
UK
1890-1939

Specialties

Designers


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Ogden & Co.

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Ogden & Co.
UK
fl.1920-40

Specialties

  • Silversmiths
  • Manufacturers

Designer


Frederick James Partridge

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Frederick James Partridge
UK
(1877-1942)

Specialties

1899-1901

  • Studied : Birmingham Municipal School of Art.

1902


John Pearson

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John Pearson
UK
fl.1895-1925

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Metalworker

Associated with


Perry, Son & Co.

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Perry, Son & Co.
UK
1876-83

Specialties

  • Manufacturers
  • Metalwork

Designer


James Powell & Sons

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James Powell & Sons
UK
e.1834

Specialties

Silver Mounts for their own Glassware


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Omar Ramsden Jewelry Maker's Mark

Ramsden & Carr Jewelry Maker's Mark

Richard Llewellyn Benson Rathbone

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Richard Llewellyn Benson Rathbone
UK

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Designer
  • Jeweler
  • Metalworker


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William Bainbridge Reynolds

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William Bainbridge Reynolds
UK
1864-1939

Specialties

  • Silversmith

Designer for


Roberts & Belk

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Roberts & Belk
UK
Sheffield England
e.1809

Specialties

  • Manufacturers of Silver & Plate

Designer c.1920s-30s

  • Walter P. Belk


Cyril James Shiner

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Cyril James Shiner
UK
Birmingham England
b.1908

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Trained with Bernard Cuzner.
  • Studied a the Royal College of Art, London.

Designer for


Edward Spencer

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Edward Spencer
UK
London England
(1872-1938)

Specialties

  • Designer
  • Metalworker

1903

Materials


Harold Stabler

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Harold Stabler
UK
London England
(1872-1945)

Specialties

Designer for


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Starkie Gardner & Co.

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Starkie Gardner & Co.
UK
fl.1875-1940

Specialties

  • Manufacturers
  • Metalworkers

Designer


Mary Thew

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Mary Thew
UK
fl.1900-30

Specialties


Wakeley & Wheeler

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Wakeley & Wheeler
UK
London England
e.1791

Specialties

  • Silversmiths
  • Manufacturers

Executed designs for


Walker & Hall

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Walker & Hall
UK
e.1909

Specialties

  • Manufacturing silversmiths


Hugh Wallis

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Hugh Wallis
UK
fl.1895-1935

Specialties

  • Metalworker


John Williams

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John Williams
UK
fl.1890-1915

Specialties

  • Silversmith
  • Metalworker

Member


Henry J. Wilson

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Henry J. Wilson
UK
London England
(1864-1934) e.1895

Specialties

  • Jeweler
  • Metalworker

Designer for

  • Longden & Co.

c.1895

1901

  • Teacher - Metalwork & enamelling - Royal College of Art.


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