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

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Silversmith Makers' Mark Period & Location Notes
Richard Joyce
RI
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R.I
1691-1737
Shop Street
Galway

Appears to have worked in a loose partneriship with Mark Fallon c.1720-1730
A good thread in the forum regarding
Richard Joyce
Robert O'Shaughnessy
RoS 1795-c.1848
Charlotte Quay (1804)
18, George's Street (1848)
Limerick
Registered at Dublin, 1802. Deceased c.1842 His business continued after his death with the last mention in 1848.
Richard Smart
RS 4th Q. 17th C.
Cork
Warden of the Cork Goldsmiths Company 1674, Master 1676 and 1691.
Robert Smith
RS 4th Q. 17th C.
Limerick
Sheriff of Limerick 1674, member of Common Council 1675, Mayor of Limerick 1685. Noted as a tenant of the Earl of Orrery in 1679, and as leasing property from the Limerick Corporation at various times between 1670 and 1700. Probate of will 1703.
Richard Stevens
RS
+
R.S
c.1788-c.1833
The Exchange (1795)
Henry Street (1817)
Patrick's Street (1828)
Duncan Street (1833)
Cork
Apprenticed to John Warner, 1782. Received freedom, 1788.
Stephen Broughton
SB 3rd Q. 18th C.
Cork
Mentioned in 1746. Married in 1766.
Samuel Calbeck
(Coldbeck, Caldbeck, Coleback)
SC 2nd Q. 18th C.
Englishtown
Limerick
Mentioned in 1726. Likely working until 1741 in Englishtown, Limerick. Samuel was probably the father of the Limerick silversmith, John Calbeck who died in 1782.
Samuel Green
SG
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S.G
c.1780-c.18??
Cork
Green's intaglio mark was registered at Dublin and pieces as late as the early 1840's have been attributed to him. Given Green's advanced age at this point, it seems probable that another silversmith of the same initials was submitting through Dublin at this late date.
Samuel Johns SJ 1756-c.1790
"of the Golden Cup", Englishtown "1770)
Mill Lane (1774)
Limerick
Freeman of Limerick 1756. In 1769, noted as the Warden of the Smiths' Corporation. In partnership with John Herbert Croan while at the Mill Lane location. At the time of his death in 1795, he was listed as a Publican and Auctioneer.
Samuel Pantaine SP c.1678-1689
?
Cork
Huguenot refugee. Warden of the Cork Goldsmiths Company 1678, Master 1679 & 1686. Deceased 1689
Samuel Purdon S.P ?
3, Charlotte Quay (1800)
12, Rutland Street (1824)
Charlotte Quay (1837)
Limerick
Likely the son of John Purdon, born 1780, married 1811, six children by 1825, deceased 1849.
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Dublin Date Letters & Makers' Marks


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Masters and Wardens of the Goldsmiths' Company of Dublin - 1637-1800
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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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