Silver Makers' Marks - Newcastle Assay Office (A to H)

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Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
Alexander Cameron 1829 Ladle Dundee

Recorded using Newcastle 1828 to 1831

Anthony Hedley c1800 Spoon Active 1789 until his death in 1810

York; subsequently Durham

Alexander Kelty 1804..1808 Fork, salver, skewer, spoon Active 1802 until his retirement in 1812

Dean Street, Newcastle

Ann Robertson 1804..1811 Basket, coffee pot, creamer, mug, mustard, spoon Widow of John Robertson I. Ann Robertson ran the business from John's death in 1801 until she retired in 1811.

Dean Street, Newcastle





B

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
Francis Batty II 1707 Spoon




C

CA CD CG CJ CR

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
Alexander Cameron 1827..1831 Flatware Worked from about 1818 to c1840, but only used Newcastle Assay Office from 1828 to 1831. "Dundee" mark is not always present.

Overgate, Dundee

Christopher Dinsdale I c1800 Spoon An identical mark was also used by Christopher Dinsdale II (registered 1831) & Cuthbert Dinsdale (registered 1837) - both were sons of Christopher Dinsdale I
Clement Gowland I 1846..1856
(registered 1845)
Flatware High Street, Bishop Wearmouth, County Durham
Reid & Sons (Christian John Reid) 1869..1882 Flatware Grey Street, Newcastle
Christian Ker Reid 1806..1818 Flatware, teapot Dean Street, Newcastle
1806..1810
Reid & Son (Christian Ker Reid & David Reid) 1820..1826 Flatware Dean Street, Newcastle

(image courtesy of Keith Saville)
1822
1828..1832
Reid & Sons (Christian Ker Reid, David Reid & Christian Bruce Reid) 1834..1845




D

DC DD DL DR

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments

(image courtesy of Matt King)
David Crawford c1770 Mug, mustard, sauce boat, spoon, tongs Trading as a goldsmith, jeweller and watch-maker from 1768 until 1784

The Side, Newcastle

1774..1781
David Darling 1798..1813 Decanter label, spoon, teapot, tongs Dean Street, Newcastle
1799..1807
(registered 1798)
David Darling & James Bell 1816..1822 Flatware, mustard Partnership lasted from 1816 until Darling's death in 1822

Dean Street, Newcastle

Dorothy Langlands 1805..1813 Brush, chalice, cup, decanter label, ladle, mug, spoon, teapot Active 1804-1814 following death of her husband, John Langlands II
Reid & Sons (David Reid) 1850..1867 Flatware Grey Street, Newcastle




F

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
Francis Somerville II 1817..1819 Decanter label, flatware Active 1815 to 1831

Collingwood Street, Newcastle





G

GG GL GM

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
Gowland Brothers (George Hay Gowland & Clement Gowland) 1852..1865 Flatware High Street, Bishop Wearmouth, County Durham
1866
George Samuel Lewis 1824..1833 Flatware Active on sole account 1824 to 1845

Mosley Street, Newcastle

George Samuel Lewis & John Wright c1821 Decanter label, flatware Partnership active 1812 to 1824

Dean Street, Newcastle; subsequently Mosley Street, Newcastle


(image courtesy of www.acsilver.co.uk)
1817..1823
George Murray 1810..1811 Decanter label, salt, spoon Active 1805 to 1816

The Side, Newcastle

1812..1813




H

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
Hugh Breckenridge 1810 Spoon Active 1805 to 1811