A Dictionary of Marks

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Barrie & Jenkins, 1992 - Antiques & Collectibles - 332 pages
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First published in 1962, this book covers not only silver, gold, and pewter, but furniture, tapestry, and ceramics. The book includes the marks of American and British metalwork, with a selective list of metalworkers and their marks. Coverage of the ceramics includes not only English and European marks, but also Japanese date marks and Chinese reign marks. In the field of furniture and tapestry, English, French, and other European marks are given.

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Contents

PREFACE TO FIFTH EDITION L W
7
PREFACE TO FOURTH EDITION M M T
8
British Metalwork
14
British Silver London
16
British Silversmiths London
27
Birmingham
45
Chester
46
Edinburgh
47
Newcastle
84
Norwich
88
Sheffield
90
York
95
Marks on English Gold Plate
101
Irish Silver Dublin
102
Marks on Irish Gold Plate
109
Irish Silversmiths Dublin
110

Exeter
49
Newcastle
50
Glasgow
51
Norwich
52
York
54
British Silver Birmingham
56
Chester
61
Edinburgh
67
Exeter
74
Glasgow
79
Marks on Sheffield Plate
112
British Pewterers Marks or Touches
123
American Silversmiths Marks
136
American Pewterers Marks
161
English Furniture Marks
176
Tapestry Marks
185
European Marks
192
Japanese Date Marks
321
INDEX
327
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