Silver Makers' Marks - Glasgow Assay Office (S)



Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
S & Co 1839 Ladle

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Stirling & McLellan 1900..1905 Spoon
Smith & Rait 1901..1904 Goblet, salver, spoon & tongs set, teapot
Samuel Blaikley & George Good 1850..1851 Decanter label, spoon JacksonPickford, Ian, ed. - Jackson's Silver and Gold Marks of England, Scotland and Ireland,  Antique Collectors' Club, 1997 identifies this as Barclay & Goodwin, but Edinburgh Incorporation of Goldsmiths attributes it to Blaikley & Good.

Also registered a mark (1836) with initials in line (seen with 1851 hallmark):

John Scott (probably) 1819..1823 Caddy spoon, ladle, spoon Perth

Approximate working dates 1808-1858. Seen with Edinburgh hallmark before Glasgow Assay Office opening (1817)

Robert Scott (probably) 1894 Spoon
Sylvain Dreyfus 1928..1930
(registered Feb 1927)
Imported watch case Moise, George & Sylvain Dreyfus trading as M Dreyfus, watch manufacturers, Moorfield, London EC2
(registered Feb 1927)
Stewart Dawson & Co Ltd 1911..1914 Mug, spoon Hatton Garden & Regent Street, London
Schwob Freres & Co 1929 Imported watch case Watch makers, La Chaux de Fonds, Switzerland
Sussex Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd 1936
(registered Jan 1937)
One of a set of teaspoons with all 6 British Assay Office marks - manufactured by Roberts & Belk, Sheffield Pavilion Buildings, Castle Square, Brighton, Sussex
R Sturrock 1896 Spoon Edinburgh
Scholl Ltd 1925 Imported box Manufacturing jewellers, Hatton Garden, London EC1
S Ltd 1924..1925 Imported compact Possibly Scholl Ltd, manufacturing jewellers, Hatton Garden, London EC1
R & W Sorley (1881)
R & W Sorley (1887)
Saunders, Shepherd & Co Ltd 1936
(registered Aug 1936)
Souvenir spoon Manufacturing Jewellers, Fetter Lane, London EC4; also Mitchell Street, Glasgow
S W 1858 Spoon
W S (or S W) (1883..1898)
W S (or S W) (1894)