Silver Makers' Marks - Glasgow Assay Office (A)



Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
A & Co 1826..1829 Ladle, spoon
Arthur & Co Ltd Queen Street, Glasgow

Mark seen with Sheffield hallmarks c1905

Angell & Fletcher (registered Aug 1956) Arthur Robert Angell & Murdoch Campbell Fletcher trading as Angell & Fletcher, silversmiths, Glasgow & Paisley.

For a sole mark of A R Angell see "ARA"

A & R Stewart 1835 Spoon
Aird & Thomson 1866..1869, 1900..1910
(registered 1867)
Bowl, decanter label, spoon, tea service Jewellers & silversmiths, Buchanan Street, Glasgow
(registered 1867)
Aird, Thomson & McKeller 1919
A A 1832..1835 Spoon
Andrew Allison 1852..1869 Spoon
Alexander Campbell 1810
Alexander Coghill 1837..1856 Flatware

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A C 1849..1869 Flatware Possibly Alexander Coghill
A D 1889 Fob medal

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A D Hamilton 1903 Fob medal
Alfred Dunhill & Sons 1931 Imported match striker Tobacco blenders & pipe manufacturers, Duke Street, St James, London

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Adam Graham c1775 Caster, ladle, salt, salver, spoon Graham's working dates: 1763-1818
Arthur George Rendell 1917 Imported watch case Clerkenwell Road, London
A K 1835 Ladle
Alexander Lucas 1845 Box Argyle Arcade, Glasgow

Probably bankrupt 1849

A L 1911 Imported gold watch case
A L Boston 1895 Fob medal, fork Argyll Arcade, Glasgow
A L T 1844 Spoon
Alexander Mitchell 1833..1839 Flatware
A M & Co 1872 Tongs Possibly Adam Mossman & Co of Edinburgh
Alexander McDonald 1847..1864 Flatware, medal, presentation trowel
Andrew McMillan (probably) 1851..1860 Flatware McMillan is listed by the Edinburgh Incorporation of Goldsmiths as a Glasgow watchmaker, jeweller & silversmith from 1837, but without an illustration of his mark
Alexander Ritchie 1911..1933 Iona silver: brooch, napkin ring, paper knife, spoon Ritchie died in 1941
Arthur Robert Angell 1952..1962 Bowl, box, flask, napkin ring, quaich Paisley

Also in partnership with Murdoch Campbell Fletcher as Angell & Fletcher (see "A&F")

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A & R Stewart (probably) 1837..1838 Fork, spoon Attribution to Stewarts follows JacksonPickford, Ian, ed. - Jackson's Silver and Gold Marks of England, Scotland and Ireland,  Antique Collectors' Club, 1997, but is marked as "unidentified" by the Edinburgh Incoporation of Goldsmiths.
A S 1826..1833 Flatware
Alexander Scott 1952 Spoon Jeweller, Buchanan Street, Glasgow
Aird, Thomson & McKeller (1919)
Andrew Taylor & Son 1898 Spoon, teapot Watchmaker, jeweller & silversmith, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow; subsequently Hope Street, Glasgow
Alexander Taylor Reid St Andrews, Scotland
Dykes Brothers 1906 Spoon Jewellers, watchmakers & silversmiths, Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow

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Andrew[?] T 1837 Spoon