Silver Makers' Marks - Dublin Assay Office (J to L)

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JA JB JD JE JG JH JF JJ JK JL JM JO JP JR JS JT JW

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
Jewellery & Metal Manufacturing Co (probably) 1935..1937 Fob medal
J E Ash 1789..1793 Ladle, teapot Retailer
J B 1781 Spoon

(image courtesy of David Mercer)
John Bayly 1800..1805 Dish ring, spoon
J B 1940 Fob medal
John Daly (probably) (1802..1813)
J D 1805..1806 Spoon
John Donegan 1854..1882 Chalice, watch case

Note: mark is incuse
1854
J E (or just E?) 1825 Creamer & sugar bowl
Edmund Johnson (1895..1927)
J F 1837 Spoon
J G 1838 Ladle
J G 1967..1969 Condiments set, napkin ring
J H Y 1939 Fob medal
I I (or J J) (1798..1799)
J J 1831 Decanter label
J J C 1959..1967 Imported spoon, vase Possibly John J Cooke Ltd
James Keating c1795 Flatware
1795..1796
John Kearns 1802 Spoon
Joseph Kinselagh 1802..1807 Flatware Cork
James Keating & Richard Flood 1811..1812 Flatware
John Laughlin, Junior,
John Lloyd, Senior,
or
John Locker
1774..1782 Coffee pot, salver Attribution is uncertain
c1780
John Moore c1740 Salver Working dates: 1724-1767
James Moore 1819..1820 Flatware, salver, teapot Working dates: 1815-1849
1821..1836
1824
J M 1910..1915 Bowl, sauce boat
J M 1920..1924 Fob medal
John Miller 1933..1966 Brooch, decanter label, fob medal Jeweller and Medallist, Duke Street, Dublin

(image courtesy of Graham Evans)
J M 1961..1969 Fob medal
J M 1967 Fob medal
James Moore & Edward Murray 1839..1848 Tea service Attributed to J & E Moore by Bennett
Jewellery & Metal Manufacturing Co Ltd 1939..1942 Ashtray, bowl, box, caddy spoon, fob medal, ladle Lower Kelvin Street, Dublin
1949..1950
1956..1973
1968..1973
John Osborne 1790..1793 Flatware
1796
John Pittar 1782..1808 Flatware Working dates 1775 - 1825
John Power 1788..1815 Flatware Working dates 1792 - 1819
J P 1907 Fob medal
J P C 1977 Mustard
John R Ryan & Co 1896 Masonic pin Ryan started his business c1861
John Shiels (or Sheils) 1765..1790 Flatware
J S 1801..1804 Ladle, spoon
James Salter 1826 Flatware Cork
J S 1843..1874 Flatware
John Smyth (or Smith) 1845..1857 Flatware, teapot stand, tea service Worked between 1827 and 1855
John Smith 1871..1911 Coffee biggin, flask, spoon

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John Smyth & Sons 1941 Chalice Wicklow Street, Dublin
J S 1947 Trophy cup
John Tuite Early 18th century Salver maker. Moved to London where he used the same mark
John Townsend 1811..1818 Decanter label
John Teare 1818 Decanter label
J T 1942..1962 Fob medal
John West 1800 Basket
J W c1810 Tongs
James Wakely & Frank Clarke Wheeler 1892..1908 Bowl, butter dish, salt, salver, spoon, tea service Hatton Garden, London & Forde Street, Dublin




K

KE KK KM

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
Kapp & Peterson 1913..1916 Cigarette holder, pipe mount
1918
Keene 1814 Ladle Retailer's mark
Kelly 1807..1809 Spoon, tongs A retailer's mark
Kilkenny Design Workshops 1967..1975 Caddy spoon, dish, money clip, page turner In operation 1965-1988
K M 1832 Creamer, sucrier




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LA LB LE LG LH LK LN

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
Law & Bayly 1792..1796 Marrow scoop, spoon
1792..1795
Crichton Brothers (Lionel Alfred Crichton) 1914..1920 Dish ring, strainer Old Bond Street, London W; subsequently also in New York
William Law 1805..1820, 1884 Flatware, sucrier Retailer
Lee Brothers 1970..1984 Fob medal Santry, Dublin

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Lee Brothers (probably) 1954..1966 Fob medal
Lee 1854 Spoon Retailer's mark. Pictured, but not named, in Jackson
H L S (1914)
L G 1933 Box
Larry Gunning 1958 Pyx box
L G 1964..1966 Bowl, crucifix pendant, letter rack, napkin ring, salver
1966
Laurence Keary 1822..1825 Flatware
Laurence Nowlan 1814..1831 Flatware