Silver Makers' Marks - Dublin Assay Office (T to Z)

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TB TC TD TF TJ TM TR TT TW

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
Tudor & Whitford 1805..1808 Flatware
Thomas Bolton 1712..1728 Cup, jug, tray
T C c1800 Tongs
T C over W C 1813 Spoon
T D & S 1940 Fob medal
Thomas Farnett 1811..1831 Flatware
T J 1780..1790 Bowl, salver Possibly Thomas Jones; attributed by Jackson as "Thomas Jones?"
The Jewellery House 1955 Fob medal
Thomas Meade 1832..1834 Ladle, spoon
T M 1948 Fob medal
T R 1809 Fork
Thomas Townsend 1809..1819 Flatware

(image courtesy of www.dartsilverltd.co.uk)
1817
Thomas Williamson 1805 Spoon
T Weir & Sons 1908..1948 Bowl, box, clip, cup, fob medal, sauce boat, vase Wicklow Street, Dublin

Web site

1933..1948

(image courtesy of Weir & Sons)
1942

(image courtesy of David Mercer)
1987
T Weir & Sons (probably) 1936 Souvenir spoon
1951..1961 Badge, decanter label
1990 Menu holder
Tara Ware Ltd 1989 Medallion Dublin
Edward Twycross 1816..1836 Coaster, flatware, jug, salt, sugar bowl, teapot Retailer
T W & Ss 1825 Spoon




U

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
William Sutton 1730 Cup




V

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
V M 1973 Chalice




W

WA WB WC WD WE WF WG WH WL WM WN WO WP WS WT WW

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
George Waterhouse & Co 1841 Flatware Also seen as an incised mark (1843)
Winder & Lamb (Frederick Winder & Charles Lamb) 1887..1891 Salt, trophy cup Silversmiths & electroplaters, Temple Lane South, Dublin

Working dates 1883-1893

West & Son 1879
(registered 1879)
Creamer, cup, dish ring, ewer, flatware, napkin ring, plate, salt, salver, sauce boat, trophy cup Grafton Street, Dublin
1889..1891
(registered 1877)
1898..1933
1911..1952
(registered 1902)
Wakely & Wheeler 1909..1926
(registered 1909)
Ash tray, candlestick, condiment set, creamer, dish ring, mug, napkin ring, sauce boat, spoon & tongs, trophy cup Successors to H J Lias & Son.

Manufacturing silversmiths, Hatton Garden, London EC; subsequently Red Lion Square, Holborn, London

William Archdall 1718 Fork
W Bell 1717 Cup

(image courtesy of www.waxantiques.com)
1717
W B 1750..1753 Spoon Possibly William Beates
William Bond 1785..1808 Fish slice, salver, wine funnel & stand
William Cummins 1814..1829 Flatware
1830..1846
William Doyle 1800..1804 Basket, creamer, wick trimmer

(image courtesy of Ben Harrison - Oxford)
William Egan & Sons 1946..1974 Bookmark, creamer, decanter label, dish, letter opener, salver Patrick Street, Cork
Jacob West (Alderman) 1809..1821 Dish cover, flatware Goldsmith & jeweller, Capel Street, Dublin
West & Son 1886..1891 Spoon
William French 1767 Spoon
W F 1771..1772 Flatware
William Fitzgerald 1801 Spoon Limerick
Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co
(William Gibson & John Lawrence Langman)
1899 Basket Regent Street, London
William Homer 1767 Basket, salver
William Hamy 1802 Ladle
William Law 1784..1803 Cup, decanter label, spoon
William Martin c1830 Salver Cork
W Mosley 1830 Spoon Retailer's mark
William Nolan 1814..1828 Coffee pot, cream jug, salver, sucrier
William Osborne 1821..1826 Flatware
W Peter 1808..1825 Spoon Retailer, Grafton Street, Dublin
William Sherwin & Co (possibly) 1834 Spoon Note: William Sherwin died in 1823; Bennett notes that this business continued until 1854 but shows no mark for it
William Townsend 1751 Coffee pot, flatware
William Thompson 1797 Coaster
W T 1819 Fork
William Williamson 1729 Salver
William Ward 1772 Flatware Spoon maker, Great Ship Street, Dublin; from 1804 Fleet Street, Dublin
1775..1787
1789
1808..1810
William Ward 1797..1805 Flatware Baal's Bridge, Limerick
Wakely & Wheeler (1909..1924)