Silver Makers' Marks - London Assay Office (I)

IA IB IC ID IE IF IG IH II IJ IK IL IM IN IO IP IQ IR IS IT IU IV IW IX IY IZ

IE

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
Edward Jennings 1721
(registered Jun 1720)
Spoon
John Eckford I 1724
(registered c1720)
Spoon
John Eckford II 1726..1731
(registered Jun 1725)
Mug, salver
John Edwards II 1732
(registered Apr 1724)
Salver
John Edwards III 1789..1810
(registered Nov 1788 & 1792, 1797)
Box, chamberstick, covered dish, kettle, salt, sauce boat, teapot & stand, tongs
John Eley 1845
(registered Jul 1845)
Creamer A slightly different mark registered May 1844
James Ede & Alexander Hewat 1808..1811
(registered Dec 1808)
Chamberstick, flatware, teapot
Edward Aldridge & John Stamper (1754)
John & Edward Edwards (John Edwards III & his son) 1813..1815
(registered Jun 1811)
Teapot
J E Terrey & Co (John Edward Terry) 1821..1847
(registered Jan 1816 & 1828, 1835)
Basket, dish, salver, teapot
John Edwards III & William Frisbee 1791
(registered Apr 1791)
Salver
I E over W F 1816..1843 Basket, bowl, cruet, cup, ladle, mug, mustard, salt, salver, tea service Note: mark appears to be identical to that of Edwards & Frisbee, but the dates are not in accord with the partnership dates given by Grimwade (Apr 1791 to Jan 1792). Frisbee died in 1820.




IF

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
John Fossey (1739..1740)
John Fray 1751
(registered Jan 1748 & 1756)
Sauce boat
John Faux (c1780)
I F 1796..1807 Decanter label, dish, tongs This (or very similar) mark registered by:
  • John Fountain, plateworker (Feb 1797)
  • John Fisher, smallworker (Feb 1799)
  • John Fuller, smallworker (Jan 1804)
John Foskett 1809
(registered Oct 1808)
Sauce boat
John Fells (1814)
John Fry II 1825..1827
(registered Apr 1826)
Cruet, spoon
John Wilmin Figg 1837..1882
(registered Jul 1834 & 1838)
Bowl, caddy spoon, claret jug, mustard, spoon, standish, tea service, tankard, wine bottle stand

(image courtesy of Waddingtons, Toronto)
1871
(registered Dec 1882)
Israel Freeman & Son Ltd 1932..1969 Caster, candlestick, condiments, decanter label, desk blotter mount, flatware, salver, tea service, trophy cup Hatton Garden, London
1956..1960
1967..1972
John Fox (or Faux) & George Love c1770
(registered May 1764)
Tongs
John Foskett & John Stewart 1809
(registered Feb 1810)
Tea service
John Ford & John Williams c1775
(registered Mar 1767
Tongs Bath, Somerset

Also a mark with bevelled corners registered May 1782:
I F
I W

John & William Frost c1816
(registered May 1816)
Bodkin A similar mark with pellets registered Nov 1814




IG

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
I G 1661 Porringer Not identified by Jackson
John Gamon 1727..1737
(registered Mar 1727)
Caster, saucepan
John Gorham 1731..1732 Spoon Largeworker
(registered Dec 1728
Jeffrey Griffith Largeworker
(registered Dec 1728)
James Gould 1728
(registered Nov 1722)
Candlestick, snuffer tray

[Note: mark is incomplete - monogram IG is surmounted by a crown]
1734..1736
(registered c1732-1734)
1739
(registered May 1739)
Mary Gould 1747
(registered Aug 1747)
Candlestick Mark registered by "Mrs James Gould", presumably following the death of James Gould
John Gorham (1751..1759)

(image courtesy of www.dartsilverltd.co.uk)
James Graham c1770
(registered Aug 1769)
Tongs
John Gold 1794
(registered Mar 1793)
Salt
James Gouldsbrough 1797 Watch case Case maker
(registered May 1792)
Joseph Glenny Case maker
(registered Oct 1792 and various dates through to 1821)
Joseph Glenny (probably) 1804 Watch case This mark (I G, pellet between, not described by Grimwade)
Joseph Glenny 1811..1823
(registered Oct 1792 and various dates through to 1821)
Watch case
Joseph Guest 1811
(registered May 1812)
Creamer
John Girdler (probably) 1964 Mustard
James Garrard (1882..1896)




IH

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
John Hopkins 1722 Spoon
1725
John Holland II (1743)
John Harvey (I) (c1750)
John Harvey (I) (c1750)
John Harvey (I) (1752)
I H 1763 Snuffer tray Possibly John Horsley; an unregistered mark
John Hutson 1784..1799
(registered Jan 1784)
Decanter label, salver Plateworker
John Hawkins 1803
(registered Nov 1802 & 1817, 1825 to 1831)
Flatware Spoonmaker
1821..1824
(registered 1821 & 1823)
John Holdup (probably) 1807
(registered Nov 1809)
Spoon Spoon maker
John Houle 1816
(registered Apr 1811)
Tureen Plateworker
John Harris (1817..1821)
John Harris IV 1818..1838
(registered Jan 1818)
Flatware Spoonmaker
1819..1820
(registered Feb 1820)
1830
(registered Jul 1825)
John William Hammon 1825
(registered c1824)
Watch case Case maker, Clerkenwell, London
1839..1840
(registered Mar 1837)
John Harris (1829)
Joseph Hodgson 1831
(registered Feb 1827)
Salver Plateworker
John Harris V 1834..1839
(registered Nov 1831 & 1834)
Dish, flatware Smallworker
Jonathan Hayne (1828..1829)
John Hammon 1857
(registered May 1848)
Watch case Case maker, York Street, Coventry
1860..1866
(registered Apr 1848 & 1860, 1862, 1864, 1869, 1873)
John Harris 1869..1883
(registered Apr 1866 & 1874)
Watch case Case maker, York Street, Coventry; later (1886) Hertford Place, Coventry

Note: may be 2 different watchcase makers of the same name

1889
(registered Sep 1886)
How of Edinburgh Ltd 1979 Goblet Jane Penrice How trading as How of Edinburgh Ltd, London SW1
John Hunt & Robert Roskell 1866..1887
(registered Aug 1865)
Bowl, claret jug, cruet, goblet, locket, mug, plate, salver, tea caddy, tea kettle, teapot, toast rack

1866..1872
(registered Aug 1865)
James Henry Daniel 1823
(registered Jan 1823)
Caddy spoon
1826..1835
(registered Jul 1825)
Flatware
Joseph Harris Elliot 1857..1859
(registered Apr 1857)
Watch case Case maker, Skinner Street, London (1852); Butts, Coventry (1854)
John Hyatt & Charles Semore (1757)
Joseph Hardy & Thomas Lowndes 1798
(registered May 1798)
Mustard