Silver Makers' Marks - Dublin Assay Office (F to I)

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F

FB FI FM FR FS

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments

(image courtesy of Graham Evans)
F B 1940 Fob medal
Francis Jones 1765 Spoon Spoonmaker; working dates 1761 to 1765; died 1765
Francis Martin 1862..1891
(registered Jan 1862)
Spoon

(image courtesy of www.acsilver.co.uk)
Frederick Mann & Son 1829..1830 Box, salver
Nathaniel Freeman 1818 Spoon
Finnigans Ltd 1918
(registered 1912)
Sucrier, tea kettle & burner Manchester & New Bond Street, London




G

GA GB GE GG GH GI GN GR GW

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
Gibson & Co Ltd 1904..1918 Creamer, spoon, sucrier Belfast
Garrard & Co Ltd 1971..1975 Beaker, footed bowl, presentation trowel Regent Street, London
G & N 1810..1816 Spoon Probably retailers - both marks seen on spoons by Richard Sawyer
1814
Gunning & Reynolds (probably) 1911 Chalice & paten Ecclesiastical art metal workers, Fleet Street, Dublin
Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd 1897..1902 Bowl, cup Regent Street, London
G & W 1818 Spoon Probably a retailer's mark
George Alcock 1839 Box Great Strand Street, Dublin
1844
R K Gardner 1847 Fork A retailer's mark

Goldsmith & jeweller, Grafton Street, Dublin

Gustavus Byrne 1792..1812 Box, cup, salver, tea service, tray
George Bayly 1819 Spoon
George Bellew & Sons Ltd 1975..1978 Commemorative dish, goblet, salver, tea service, tray Goldsmiths & silversmiths, Gardiner Row, Dublin
George Brown 1828..1843 Flatware Retailer, Fownes Street, Dublin

George Edward & Sons (George Edward & Arthur Edward) 1921 Tea service Buchanan Street, Glasgow
G G H 1962 Decanter label
George Hill c1760 Salver Working dates 1749 to 1762

(image courtesy of Keith Saville)
W Gilbert (possibly) 1846 Spoon Commercial agent, Prince William Terrace & Grand Canal Street, Dublin

Retailer's mark

George Nangle c1800 Decanter label, flatware Working dates 1788 to 1809 [ref: BennettBennett, Douglas - Collecting Irish Silver,  Souvenir Press, 1984]

Also referred to as George Nagle

Not clear if this is the same George Nangle who had London-registered marks

1807..1815
Robert & John Gray 1827..1847 Spoon Castle Place, Belfast
George West 1795..1796 Basket, cup, goblet
1798




H

HA HB HC HE HF HG HL HM HO

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
Hughes & Francis 1836
(registered 1836)
Box
Hopkins & Hopkins (probably) 1901 Fob medal
Hopkins & Hopkins 1905..1909
(registered 1883)
Fob medal
Hopkins & Hopkins (probably) 1907 Dish ring
Hopkins & Hopkins (probably) 1909..1918 Creamer, mustard, napkin ring, trophy cup

(image courtesy of www.dartsilverltd.co.uk)
Hopkins & Hopkins (probably) 1926..1948, 1960 Fob medal, napkin ring, spoon, trophy cup
H & T 1910 Fob medal
William Hamy 1809..1814 Spoon Retailer
Henry Billing 1779 Spoon
H C 1771 Spoon
William Heyland 1813 Spoon Cork
Henry Flavelle 1826..1846 Box, decanter label
Henry Gardner 1818..1822 Spoon Belfast
H L S 1914 Trophy cup
H M 1760 Spoon "Unidentified" by BennettBennett, Douglas - Collecting Irish Silver,  Souvenir Press, 1984

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Hibernia Mint Ltd 2000 Limited edition silver stamps St Mary's Place, Dublin
H O'K 1917 Fob medal




I

IB ID IE IF IH II IJ IK IL IM IN IP IR IS IT

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
J E Ash (1789..1793)
J E Ash (1789)
John Bolland 1777 Spoon
J Brady 1797..1817 Flatware Attribution by JacksonPickford, Ian, ed. - Jackson's Silver and Gold Marks of England, Scotland and Ireland,  Antique Collectors' Club, 1997
Joshua Buckton 1803..1825 Flatware
I B 1806..1811 Teapot
James Brady 1825..1837 Spoon Attribution by BennettBennett, Douglas - Collecting Irish Silver,  Souvenir Press, 1984
I B 1836 Spoon Possibly James Brady, but this mark not shown by BennettBennett, Douglas - Collecting Irish Silver,  Souvenir Press, 1984
Joseph Cullen 1765 Spoon
John Craig 1769..1770 Coffee pot, ladle, teapot Working dates: 1769 to 1783
1771..1780

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I C 1773 Spoon
John Dalrymple 1789..1794 Fork, ladle, spoon, teapot
John Daly (probably) 1802..1813 Creamer, spoon BennettBennett, Douglas - Collecting Irish Silver,  Souvenir Press, 1984's illustration of Daly's mark shows it with script lettering in an oval punch

(image courtesy of Andy Taylor)
I E c1780 Decanter label
James England 1818..1821 Dish cover, spoons
John Egan 1820 Tongs
James Fray 1816..1840 Chamber stick & snuffer, decanter label, salt, salver, tea service
John Hamilton 1722..1747 Fork, salver, spoon
I H 1809 Spoon Possibly J Henzell; attribution by JacksonPickford, Ian, ed. - Jackson's Silver and Gold Marks of England, Scotland and Ireland,  Antique Collectors' Club, 1997
I I (or J J) 1798..1799 Salt
Joseph Jackson 1795..1804 Basket, chamberstick, coaster, goblet
I J Cy 1930 Fob medal
I J M Ltd 1923 Spoon
I K 1783 Spoon
James Keating 1785..1792, 1814 Box, flatware, knife
John Kavanagh 1813..1818 Flatware Working dates: 1783 to 1819. A similar mark attributed to John Kelly (1780-94) & James Kennedy (1768-1803)
J K (1802..1807)
J K (c1808)
John Laughlin Senior (probably) 1743..1754 Flatware
John Laughlin Senior c1740 Creamer, salver
1750

(image courtesy of Keith Saville)
John Laughlin Senior, John Lloyd Senior OR John Locker 1769 Spoon John Laughlin Senior worked 1745-1774, John Lloyd Senior: 1768-1821, John Locker: 1758-1825
I L 1795 Creamer An apparently identical mark registered by John Letablere, worked 1737-1754
Josiah Lowe 1839..1842 Fork, spoon Working dates: 1819 to 1846
James Le Bas 1822..1846 Creamer, flatware, salver, strainer, tea & coffee pots From 1833 to 1838 James Le Bas was a Warden of the Dublin Goldsmiths' Company, which runs Dublin Assay office
John Moore (c1740)
James Moore 1844 Tea service Eustace Street, Dublin; from 1834 at Dame Street, Dublin
I N 1833..1840 Creamer, mug, spoon A similar mark (with pellet between) registered by John Nicklin, but Nicklin's working dates were 1770-1800
Jonathan Pasley 1757..1758 Spoon
John Read (probably) 1820..1830 Spoon Illustration of Read's mark in JacksonPickford, Ian, ed. - Jackson's Silver and Gold Marks of England, Scotland and Ireland,  Antique Collectors' Club, 1997 has a pellet between the letters
Royal Irish Silver Ltd (probably) (1967..1969)
John Stoyte 1794..1801 Decanter label, salt, spoon, wick trimmer Working dates 1783-1802
James Scott 1807..1814, 1822..1823 Flatware, sucrier, teapot Jeweller & silversmith, Trinity Place, Dublin
1821..1832
Irish Souvenir Jewellery (probably) 1970 Brooch Presentation box marked "Souvenir Jewellery"
Irish Silver Ltd 1966 Bowl, candlestick, decanter label, mustard, napkin ring, pepperette, pin tray, sauce boat, tea strainer, vase
1966..1980
Joseph Teafe 1735..1736 Flatware ... or Toaf, Teaf, Taafe
1742
James Whithorne

or

John Wilme I

1750 Spoon BennettBennett, Douglas - Collecting Irish Silver,  Souvenir Press, 1984 shows James Whithorne (working dates 1725-1779) John Wilme I (working dates 1718-1754) and John Wilme II (working dates 1753-1774) for this mark - IW 5-pointed star over, but without pellet.