LIST OF SMITHS IN COLLECTION





















PETER MARKHAM







CONTENTS

Pre-Georgian (Up to 1714)

Andrews, William

Georgian (1714 - 1830)

Abdy I, William

Adams I,Stephen

Angell I,Joseph

Bateman, Peter and William

Bateman, Peter, Ann and Wiliam

Bateman, William I

Bateman,Hester

Bateman,Peter and Ann

Bateman,Peter and Jonathan

Benjamin Cartwright

Burton,Robert

Capper,Edward

Chawner, Thomas and William

Chawner,Thomas

Chawner,William

Coker,Ebenezer

Collings, William

Cripps, William

Cunningham, Walter and Patrick

Daintry, Marmaduke

Daniell, Jabez & Mince, James

Daniell, Thomas

Dealtry, Thomas

Death, John

Dene, Thomas

Devonshire, Israel

Eaton, William II

Eley, William

Emes, John

Evans, Thomas

Field, Alexander

Godbehere, Samuel

Gray, George

Hearnden, Nicholas

Hennell I, David

Hennell I, Robert

Hennell, David

Hennell, David and Robert

Hennell, Robert

Hennell, Robert and David

Hougham, Charles

Innocent, John

Jackson I, Thomas

Jackson, Joshua

Jennings, Edward

King, Jeremiah

Lampfert, John

Langlands and Robertson, Newcastle

Lias, John

Meriton, Thomas

Mewburn, John

Mills, Richard

Oldfield, Elizabeth

Pargeter, Richard

Roker, Philip

Rood, James

Rugg I, Richard

Sallam, Robert

Skeen, William

Storr, Paul

Tookey, James

Tookey, Thomas

Turton, William

Tyrrill, Robert

Wallis I, Thomas

Wallis II, Thomas

White, John

Wilkes, James

Withers, William

Wood, Samuel

Woodhouse, Thomas

William IV (1830 - 1837)

?H

B B

Partial

R P

Rubbed

Unidentified

Unknown

Unknown

W C ?

W L

W?

Georgian unidentified

Savory, Joseph and Albert

Storr, Paul

Taylor and Perry

Victorian (1837 - 1901)

Angell, Joseph Sr & John Angell

Chawner and Co

David and John Wellby

Gilbert, John

Goldsmiths and Silversmiths

Harrison Brothers

Hennell III, Robert

Higgins, Francis

Holland, Henry

Martin Hall and Co, Sheffield and London

S W Smith and Co

Unmarked

William Gibson and John Langman

William Henry Leather

William Marshall of Edinburgh

William Vale and Sons

Post-Victorian (1901 onwards)

A.C. and Sons Ltd

Barker Brothers Silver Ltd

Carrington and Co.

Charles and Richard Comyns

Comyns, Richard

Gloster, Joseph Ltd of Birmingham

Harrison Bros of Sheffield

Harrison Fisher of Sheffield

Holland, Aldwinckle and Slater

Jones and Willis Ltd.

Nathan and Hayes

Round, John

Searle and Co Ltd of London

Viner, Edward

William Hutton and Sons Ltd









In the following list, the names of the smiths are displayed with an image of their mark as extracted (if found) from www.silvercollection.it and 925-1000.com Below this is an image of the marks from the piece of work or one of several that are in the collection. A list then follows of the individual pieces, with an image that is displayed if the cursor hovers over the piece description.




Pre-Georgian (Up to 1714)

Andrews, William



..................William III Britannia standard silver porringer - William Andrews - 1698

Georgian (1714 - 1830)

Abdy I, William



..................George III silver condiment stand

Adams I,Stephen



..................Hanoverian pattern berry spoons - Stephen Adams I c. 1769

Angell I,Joseph



..................Pair of Geo III rectangular salts - Joseph Angell I 1816

Bateman, Peter and William



..................Set of nine teaspoons - Peter and William Bateman - 1811

Bateman, Peter, Ann and Wiliam



..................George III baluster caster - Peter, Ann, William Bateman - 1802

Bateman, William I



..................George III bright-cut sugar tongs - William Bateman I - 1818

Bateman,Hester



..................George II bright-cut sugar tongs - Hester Bateman - 1784

..................Bowl with a Flower teaspoon - Hester Bateman - c. 1775

..................Scroll - Hester Bateman - c. 1770

Bateman,Peter and Ann



..................Salt spoon - Peter and Anne Bateman - 1791

..................Bright cut silver sugar tongs - Peter and Ann B

..................Pair of pierced navette salts - Peter and Anne Bateman - 1796

Bateman,Peter and Jonathan



..................Hanoverian teaspoon - Peter and Jonathan Bateman - c. 1790

..................Pair of Old English teaspoons by Peter and Jonathan Bateman - 1790

Benjamin Cartwright



..................Double-drop teaspoon - Benjamin Cartwright - c. 1755

Burton,Robert


..................Shell and scroll back teaspoon - Robert Burton - c. 1750

Capper,Edward



..................Knife rests - Edward Capper - 1815

Chawner, Thomas and William



..................Masonic symbols teaspoon - Thos and Wm Chawner - c. 1765

Chawner,Thomas



..................Pair of George III saltspoons - Thomas Chawner c. 1780

Chawner,William


..................Flowers and ribbon teaspoon - William Chawner - c. 1770

Coker,Ebenezer



..................Acanthus leaf teaspoon - Ebenezer Coker - c. 1755

..................Flat chased decoration teaspoon - Ebenezer Coker - c. 1750

Collings, William


..................Wheatsheaf and Flowers - William Collings - c. 1775

Cripps, William



..................Crowned Lion mask and scrolls - William Cripps - c. 1760

Cunningham, Walter and Patrick



..................A pair of George III Scottish navette salts - Walter and Patrick Cunningham

Daintry, Marmaduke


..................Double-shell teaspoon - c. 1750

Daniell, Jabez & Mince, James



..................Georgian solid silver spice caster - Jabez Daniell and James Mince - 1769

..................George III pepper - Jabez Daniell and James Mince - 1769 - 1770

Daniell, Thomas



..................George III caster of baluster form - Thomas Daniell 1782

..................George III muffineer - Thomas Daniell - 1775 to 1804

Dealtry, Thomas


..................Double-headed eagle picture back - Thomas Dealtry - c.1770

Death, John



..................Geo III silver vinaigrette with gilded interior - John Death 1805

Dene, Thomas



..................Shell and Scroll back teaspoon - Thomas Dene - c. 1770

Devonshire, Israel


..................Falstaff front teaspoon - Israel Devonshire - c. 1765

Eaton, William II


..................Pair of pedestal salts by William Eaton II - 1817

Eley, William



..................George III tea strainer - Eley and Fearn - 1801

..................Pair of mustard spoons - Eley and Fearn 1805

..................Pair of sauce ladles - Eley and Fearn - 1801

..................Pair of mustard spoons - Eley and Fearn - 1807

Emes, John


..................Matched pair of George III pepper pots - John Emes - 1801

Evans, Thomas


..................Set of three Clam shell and scroll back teaspoons - c. 1765

..................Rose back - Thomas Evans and George Smith - 1769 to 1762

Field, Alexander



..................George III helmet shaped cream jug - Alexander Field 1792

Godbehere, Samuel



..................George III helmet-shaped cream jug - Samuel Godbehere and Edward Wigan - 1789

Gray, George



..................George III helmet shaped cream jug - George Gray 1787

Hearnden, Nicholas


..................Spouting Whale - Nicholas Hearnden - c. 1760

Hennell I, David



..................Pair of Cauldron salts - David Hennell I - 1739

..................Pair of Cauldron salts - David Hennell I - 1748

Hennell I, Robert



..................George III sugar basket - Robert Hennell I, London 1778.

Hennell, David



..................George II sauce boat - David Hannell - 1751

Hennell, David and Robert



..................Pair of George III open salts - David and Robert Hennell - 1765

Hennell, Robert



..................Pair of Geo III boat salts - Robert Hennell - 1789

Hennell, Robert and David



..................Pair of oval cauldron salts - Robert and David Hennell 1764

Hougham, Charles



..................George III teapot stand - Charles Hougham - 1791

Innocent, John


..................Basket of Flowers teaspoon - John Innocent - c. 1770

Jackson I, Thomas



..................Cast front teaspoon - Thomas Jackson I - 1739 to 1755

Jackson, Joshua


..................George III helmet shaped cream jug - Joshua Jackson 1784

Jennings, Edward



..................Rat-tail teaspoon - (probably) Edward Jennings - c. 1725

King, Jeremiah



..................George III silver mote spoon - Jeremiah King - c. 1745

Lampfert, John



..................Set of three Clam shell and scroll back teaspoons - c. 1765

Langlands and Robertson, Newcastle



..................Old English pattern berry spoons - Langlands and Robertson, Newcastle c.1790

Lias, John


..................Old English teaspoon - John Lias - 1815

Meriton, Thomas



..................George III silver pyriform caster - Thomas Meriton - 1802

Mewburn, John



..................George III helmet shaped cream jug - John Mewburn 1795

Mills, Richard



..................George III dish cross - Richard Mills - 1776

Oldfield, Elizabeth



..................Shell back teaspoon - Elizabeth Oldfield - 1750 to 1755

Pargeter, Richard



..................Shell back teaspoons - Richard Pargeter (set of 4) - c. 1770

Roker, Philip



..................I love Liberty back teaspoon - Philip Roker - c. 1765

..................Shell back teaspoon - Philip Roker - c. 1750

Rood, James



..................Pair of Geo I trencher salts - James Rood - 1719

Rugg I, Richard



..................George III silver waiter - Richard Rugg I - 1762

Sallam, Robert



..................Tea plant teaspoon - Robert Sallam - c. 1760

Skeen, William



..................Crowned leopards head teaspoon - William Skeen - c. 1770

Storr, Paul



..................George III cream jug - Paul Storr - 1793

Tookey, James



..................Vase of Flowers - James Tookey . C. 1760

..................Foliate back teaspoon - James Tookey (set of 6) - c. 1755

..................Flame scroll teaspoon - James Tookey - 1739 to 1755

Tookey, Thomas



..................Plain teaspoon - Thomas Tookey - c. 1760

Turton, William



..................Running stag teaspoon - William Turton - 1770

Tyrrill, Robert



..................George III sugar caster - Robert Tyrrill - 1764

Wallis I, Thomas



..................Dove and Olive back teaspoon - Thomas Wallis I - c. 1760

Wallis II, Thomas



..................Heron in reeds back - Thomas Wallis II - c. 1780

White, John


..................Geo II silver caster - John White - 1731

Wilkes, James


..................Cross-hatched Basket of Flowers - James Wilkes - c. 1750

Withers, William



..................Shell and twiddle teaspoon - William Withers - 1762 to 1763

Wood, Samuel



..................Pair of silver casters - Samuel Wood - 1745

Woodhouse, Thomas



..................Galleon back teaspoon - Thomas Woodhouse - c. 1770

..................Shell and garland teaspoon - Thomas Woodhouse1 - c. 1760

..................Shell back teaspoon - Thomas Woodhouse - c. 1760

..................Plenty and Wheatsheaf back teaspoon - Thomas Woodhouse - c. 1760

William IV (1830 - 1837)

?H


..................Three shells teaspoon - ?H - c. 1750

B B


..................Hen-and-chicks back teaspoon - B.B - .c. 1750

Partial


..................Rat tail mote spoon - c. 1720

..................Shell and stem back teaspoon - Unidentified maker - c. 1770

..................Shell and leaves back teaspoon - Unidentified maker - c. 1770

..................Shell back teaspoon - Unidentified maker - c. 1770

..................Scroll back teaspoon - Unidentified maker - c. 1770

R P


..................George I rattail small spoon - R P - c. 1730

Rubbed


..................Shell and scroll back teaspoon - Unidentified maker - c. 1770

..................Shell back teaspoon - Unidentified maker - c. 1770

..................Flower and scrolls back teaspoon - c. 1750

Unidentified


..................Georgian Mustard Pot - unidentified maker - 1802

..................Apollo-front and shell-back - Unidentified maker - c. 1750

Unknown


..................George III cream jug - no makers mark - 1791

..................Gilded Decorated Mask front and Decorated Heel back - Unknown - c. 1745

W C ?

..................A pair of sugar nips

W L


..................British Heart and Oak Leaves back teaspoon - W L - c. 1760

W?


..................Agricultural implements - W? - c. 1760

Georgian unidentified

Savory, Joseph and Albert



..................William IV milk jug with gilded interior - Joseph and Albert Savory - 1837

Storr, Paul



..................Warming dish with burner - Paul Storr - 1835

Taylor and Perry



..................William IV Queens pattern tea caddy spoon - Taylor and Perry - 1830

Victorian (1837 - 1901)

Angell, Joseph Sr & John Angell



..................Early Victorian tea service - Joseph Angell II and John Angell - London 1839

Chawner and Co



..................Pair of Victorian fish servers - Chawner and Co - 1855

David and John Wellby


..................Late Victorian porringer - Daniel and John Wellby - 1897

Gilbert, John



..................Fish knives and forks - John Gilbert 1860 to 1875

Goldsmiths and Silversmiths



..................Victorian / Edwardian salver - Goldsmiths and Silversmiths - 1901

Harrison Brothers



..................Set of pistol-grip dessert knives (7) and forks (8) - Harrison Bros - 1889/92

Hennell III, Robert



..................Victorian sugar bowl - London 1845 - Robert Hennell III

Higgins, Francis


..................Victorian sugar sifter ladle

Holland, Henry



..................Pair of cauldron salts - Henry Holland - 1871

Martin Hall and Co, Sheffield and London



..................A butter knife with ornate silver handle - Martin Hall 1856

..................Rattail Apostle teaspoon. Twisted stem - Martin Hall - 1900

S W Smith and Co


..................Edwardian caster - S W Smith and Co - 1901

Unmarked

..................Bon bon basket - Old Sheffield Plate - c. 1800

William Gibson and John Langman



..................Victorian cream or milk jug - William Gibson and John Langman - 1891

William Henry Leather



..................A pair of Victorian shell-shaped salts - William Henry Leather, Birm., 1897

William Marshall of Edinburgh



..................Apostle spoon set - William Marshall - 1866

William Vale and Sons


..................Pair of basket-shaped salts made in Birmingham by William Vale and Sons in 1901.

Post-Victorian (1901 onwards)

A.C. and Sons Ltd



..................Boxed cruet set - A.C. and Sons - 1962

Barker Brothers Silver Ltd


..................Commemorative single-struck teaspoon with arms of Torquay

Carrington and Co.


..................George V 17th century style standing salt - Carrington and Co.

Charles and Richard Comyns



..................Set of 12 silver table knives - Charles and Richard Comyns - 1916

Comyns, Richard



..................George VI pepper caster - Richard Comyns - 1939

Gloster, Joseph Ltd of Birmingham



..................Christening mug - Joseph Gloster 1910

Harrison Bros of Sheffield


..................Queens Pattern Cheese knife - Harrison Bros - 1984

Harrison Fisher of Sheffield


..................Boxed set of fruit knives and forks - Harrison Fisher 1905

Holland, Aldwinckle and Slater



..................Edwardian pair of tazze - Holland, Aldwinckle and Slater - 1907

Jones and Willis Ltd.


..................Communion jug - Jones and Willis - 1909/1910

Nathan and Hayes


..................Geo V navette salts - Nathan and Hayes, Chester - 1914/5

Round, John



..................Half-canteen - John Round - 1902

Searle and Co Ltd of London



..................Scallop butter dish - Searle and Co 1904

Viner, Edward


..................George VI octagonal caster - Edward Viner - Sheffield 1938

William Hutton and Sons Ltd



..................Pepperette of baluster form - William Hutton

..................Single-struck dog-nose teaspoon - William Hutton - 1906

..................Edwardian pepperette of bulbous form - William Hutton, Birmingham - 1910