Online Encyclopedia of Silver Marks, Hallmarks & Makers' Marks
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Irish Provincial Marks on Silver

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Irish Provincial Marks - Overview



Silversmith Makers' Mark Period & Location Notes
Maurice Fitzgerald
M.F 1760-1817
Mary Street
Bridge Street (from 1789)
Limerick
Possibly apprenticed to Vere Forster at Dublin. Granted freedom, 1774. Registered at Dublin, 1784. Bridge St. shop was formerly occupied by George Moore. Deceased, 1817.
M G or M C
MG unidentified mark
(possibilities)
Michael Cooper - Cork
Matthew Codd - Navan
Michael Cody - Frankford
Stamped twice on a 1775 Dublin hallmarked spoon, one instance overstamps original maker's mark.
M M
MM unidentified mark
(possibilities)
Michael O'Mara - Galway
found on a small oval strawberry dish, mid eighteenth c. vintage
Matthew Walsh
(Welsh)
MW 4th Q. 18th C.
Quay Lane
Limerick
Reg. at Dublin in 1784. Probably father to Thomas Walsh
Patrick Connell
PC 4th Q. 18th C.
Main Street, Englishtown (1784)
Mary Street (1788)
Limerick
Noted in 1779. Registered at Dublin, 1784. Still extant, 1792.
Phineas Garde
PG 1812-1845
Cork
Garde's apprenticeship became the subject of a Parliamentary Inquiry
Philip Walsh
P.W
+
PW
4th Q. 18th C.
Main Street (1777)
"Near the Jail, Englishtown" {1779)
Main Street (1784)
Limerick
Received freedom, 1781. Registered at Dublin, 1784. Relationship to other Walsh/Welsh Limerick silversmiths is not known.
Robert Armstrong RA
mid 18th C.
Kinsale
County Cork

Robert Cave R.C c.1830's
Cork
Cave's mark has been noted on work by Richard Garde, assayed in Dublin. Cave may have acted as his retailer.
Samuel Reily
+ 1777-1809
Daunt's Bridge, Grand Parade
(1781, 1787, and 1795)
Lamb Square (1809)
Cork
Initial mark registered at Dublin, 1784
Richard Garde RG
18, Broad Lane (1824)
17, Broad Lane (1833)
Cork
Registered at Dublin 1827
Robert Goble Sr.
&
Robert Goble Jr.

RG
+
R.G
Robert Goble Sr.
active c.1670-c.1719

Robert Goble Jr.
active c.1706-c.1737

Cork
Robert Goble Sr., Warden 1672, Master 1677, 1694-1695 of the Cork Goldsmiths Company. Maker of the Trades Guild of the City of Cork Mace in 1696. Deceased c.1719 and buried in the Huguenot Cemetery.
Robert Goble Jr., mentioned 1706, 1709, Warden of the Cork Goldsmiths Company 1719. Deceased 1737.
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Dublin Date Letters & Makers' Marks


Irish Retailer Marks


Masters and Wardens of the Goldsmiths' Company of Dublin - 1637-1800
Related British Pages at 925-1000.com:
British Hallmarks Explained
London Date Letters • 1696 - 1935 & Makers' Marks
Birmingham Date Letters • 1773 - 1924 & Makers' Marks
Chester Date Letters • 1701 - 1925 & Makers' Marks
Exeter Date Letters • 1701 - 1883 & Makers' Marks
Newcastle Date Letters • 1702 - 1884 & Makers' Marks
Sheffield Date Letters • 1773 - 1916 & Makers' Marks
York Date Letters • 1559 - 1858 & Makers' Marks
Edinburgh Date Letters • 1681 - 1931 & Makers' Marks
Table of Glasgow Date Letters • 1819 - 1896
Examples of British Import Marks

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