Silver Makers' Marks - Newcastle Assay Office (P to Z)

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Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
Pinkney & Scott (Robert Pinkney & Robert Scott II) c1785 Spoon Partnership active 1778 to 1790

The Side, Newcastle

Peter James 1759 Sauce boat
Peter Lambert 1832..1839 Spoon Active 1816 to 1851

Hide Hill, Berwick Upon Tweed





R

RD RM RP RS RW

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
Richard Duncan 1833..1845 Flatware Used Newcastle Assay Office from 1833 to 1848

Crown & Anchor Lane, Market Place, Carlisle; subsequently English Street, Carlisle


(image courtesy of Matt King)
Robert Makepeace I c1730 Mug, spoon Active c1720 until his death in 1755

The Side, Newcastle


(image courtesy of www.acsilver.co.uk)
1753
Robert Pinkney c1795 Sauce boat, spoon Active on his own account 1790 (dissolution of partnership with Robert Scott) until 1797

The Side, Newcastle

Robert Pinkney & Robert Scott II 1778..1788 Flatware, mug, tankard Partnership active 1778 to 1790

The Side, Newcastle

Robert Scott II c1790
(registered 1790)
Skewer, tongs This mark in use from 1790 to Scott's death in 1793

Dean Street, Newcastle

Robert Wilson 1794
(registered 1794)
Spoon In business for 6 months only 1794-1795 before moving to Scotland




S

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
Sarah Crawford c1796 Spoon Widow of James Crawford - continued his business from 1795 to c1799
Simeon Joel 1875 Spoon Westgate Street, Newcastle

(image courtesy of David Mercer)
Samuel Thompson 1758 Spoon, tongs Elvet Bridge, Durham

Working 1751-1785





T

TH TM TR TS TW

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments

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Thomas Huntington 1821 Spoon Used Newcastle Assay Office 1820 to 1822

English Street, Carlisle


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Thomas Makepeace I 1732 Tankard Active c1730 until his death in 1739

The Sandhill, Newcastle

Thomas Robinson I 1826 Spoon, tongs Active 1826 to 1846. A similar mark (without pellet) used 1839 to 1843 by Thomas and Michael Ross of Carlisle

Oakwellgate Chare, Gateshead

1831..1836

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Thomas Sewell I 1850..1875 Flatware Active 1846 until his death in 1883. From 1872 he was in partnership with his son and the firm was known as T Sewell & Son.

The Side, Newcastle; subsequently Dean Street, Newcastle

1852..1879
1875
Thomas Watson 1793..1842 Flatware Also a mark with pellet (seen c1798):
T·W

Active 1793 until his death in 1845.

The Side, Newcastle

1794..1798
Thomas Wheatley 1823..1859 Box, decanter label, flatware, goblet, mustard, salt Newcastle records show items received for assay 1826 to 1860

Castle Street, Carlisle; subsequently English Street, Carlisle

Thomas Wheatley (probably) 1837 Spoon




W

WB WD WL WP WS

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
William Beilby 1752 Mug In partnership with Jonathan Bainbridge 1738 - 1741 (WB over IB). Active on own account 1741 until 1757. Moved to Gateshead when made bankrupt in 1757.

Framwellgate, Newcastle

William Dalton 1750
(registered 1738)
Mug, tankard Active 1724 until his death in 1768

The Side, Newcastle

William Lister I 1822..1840
(registered 1821)
Flatware, mug Active on own account 1821 until 1840 when his firm became Lister and Sons

Mosley Street, Newcastle

Lister & Sons (William Lister I, Clement Lister & William Lister II) 1841..1865 Flatware Active 1840 until closure of Assay Office in 1884

Mosley Street, Newcastle

William Partis 1740..1755 Salver, spoon Active 1733 until his death in 1759

Tyne Bridge, Newcastle; subsequently The Side, Newcastle


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William Stalker & John Mitchison 1774..1782 Coffee pot, flatware, mug, salt, salver, sauce boat, skewer Partnership active 1774 to 1784

The Side, Newcastle


(image courtesy of Matt King)
c1780




Y

Mark Maker Dates seen Seen on Comments
John Younghusband 1712 Spoon