Silver Makers' Marks - Newcastle Assay Office (I to O)

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Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
John Brown 1822..1825 Flatware Active 1822 to 1826

English Street, Carlisle

Isaac Cookson 1732..1737 Coffee pot, cup, flask, mug, porringer, salver, sauce boat, spoon, tankard Active from 1728 until his death in 1754

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1740..1753
James Crawford 1769..1783 Sauce boat, spoon Active from 1761 until his death in 1795

The Side, Newcastle


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c1775

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I C c1797 Spoon Seen with maker's mark, lion passant and duty mark (or double duty mark for 1797) only. May be James Crawford, but none of his documented marks have a pellet between the initials and he died in 1795
John Cook 1832..1835 Spoon Active 1832 to 1850

Nun's Field, Newcastle; subsequently Rackett Court, Newcastle


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John Dowthwaite c1670 Tankard Note: the Newcastle Assay Office opened in 1702 so Dowthwaite's mark is normally only accompanied by a lion passant and a single castle mark. Dowthwaite was active from 1666 until his death in 1673.
John Deas 1825 Spoon Active 1825 to 1826

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John Hutchinson c1767 Spoon Sent items for assay from 1767 until his death in 1770

Sadler Street, Durham

John Jobson c1775 Mustard Active on own account 1773 to 1776

Groat Market, Newcastle

John Jobson & James Hetherington 1771..1772 Mug, spoon Partnership active 1771 to 1773

Groat Market, Newcastle

James Kirkup c1725 Ladle, marrow scoop, mug, spoon Active c1713 until his death in 1753

The Side, Newcastle

1728..1751
John Kirkup 1754..1756 Salver Active on own account 1753 until 1774

The Side, Newcastle

John Langlands I 1757 Caster, coffee pot, cup, mug, sauce boat, spoon, tankard, teapot, tray Active on his own account 1757 to 1778 (then in partnership with John Robertson I)
1757..1774
John Langlands II 1796..1803 Brush, cup, flatware, mug Active from 1793 until his death in 1804
1796..1802
John Langlands I & John Goodrick 1754..1756 Coffee pot, mug, tankard Partnership active 1754 until Goodrick's death in 1757

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John Langlands I & John Robertson I 1778..1779 Coffee pot, mug, mustard, tankard, sauce boat, spoon, tea caddy Partnership active 1778 to 1795
1779..1791
1778
1782
John Mitchison 1785..1788 Cup, spoon Active on his own account 1784 until his death in 1792

The Side, Newcastle

James Kirkup (c1725)
John Robertson I 1795..1797 Coffee pot, flatware, mug, tongs, tray Active until his death in 1801 (in partnership with John Langlands I 1778-1795 & David Darling 1795-1796)

Dean Street, Newcastle


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1797
1798..1800
(registered 1796)
John Robertson I & David Darling 1796
(registered 1795)
Flatware, mug, mustard, teapot Partnership lasted 15 months 1795 to 1796

Dean Street, Newcastle


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c1796
John Robertson II & John Walton 1811..1820 Creamer, flatware, tea service Partnership lasted from 1811 (retirement of Ann Robertson) until dissolved in 1820 when Robertson went bankrupt

Dean Street, Newcastle

John Walton 1821..1861 Flatware, teapot Active 1821 until his retirement in 1866

Painter Heugh, Newcastle

An identical mark used by John Wright from c1831 to c1845

John Wright 1824..1825 Flatware Active 1824 (dissolution of partnership with George Samuel Lewis) to 1845

Dean Street, Newcastle; subsequently Royal Arcade, Newcastle and Grey Street, Newcastle

1831..1838




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JB JH JJ JL JM JR JS

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
James Bell 1823..1832 Decanter label, flatware, teapot Active on own account from 1822 (dissolution of partnership with David Darling) until his death in c1838.

Dean Street, Newcastle


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1830
James Hamilton 1825 Spoon Active 1821 to 1826, died 1827

Pilgrim Street, Newcastle

John Jobson (c1771)
John Langlands I (1757)
John Langlands I & John Goodrick (1754..1756)
Joseph M Latimer 1827..1838 Decanter label, flatware Market Place, Carlisle
John Robertson I (1797)
John Sutter Williamson Street, Liverpool

Used Newcastle Assay Office 1832-1833





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Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
John Langlands I & John Robertson I c1790 Tongs Partnership active 1788 to 1795
John Langwith A York silversmith; used Newcastle Assay Office from closure of York Assay Office in 1716 until 1721




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Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
Mitchell & Russell (probably) 1812..1813 Salver, tea service M&R mark on tea service overstamped on what appears to be TW (Thomas Watson)

Edinburgh


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Mercy Ashworth c1792-1797 Spoon Used Newcastle Assay Office 1785-1801

Market Place, Durham

1797