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
Samuel Reily
SR
+
S.R
1777-1809
Daunt's Bridge, Grand Parade
(1781, 1787, and 1795)
Lamb Square (1809)
Cork
Registered at Dublin 1784
Stephen Walsh SW 2nd H. 18th C.
Cork
Apprenticed to William Bennett 1742, Master of the Cork Goldsmiths Company 1768. Relocated to Dublin c.1780 and petitioned the Dublin Goldsmiths Company for Freedom, but was rejected 1781.
Thomas Austin TA 1st H. 19th C.
Grand Parade (1795-1817)
21, Brown Street (1846)
Cork
Noted as a watchmaker. Married Susanna, daughter of Joseph Spearing, 1809.
Thomas John Burke
(Bourke)

TB
+
T.B
4th Q. 18th C.
Quay Lane (1784)
Bridge Street (1789-1792)
Limerick
Registered at Dublin 1784. His will was proved in 1800. Also used a "TJB" mark.
Thomas Bull
TB mid 18th C.
?
Cork
Married Elizabeth Van Lewen in 1732. Noted as a Quarter Brother with the Dublin Goldsmiths Company 1749-1750. Died in 1760 (Bennett - 1771).
Timothy Conway
TC
+
T.C
c.1783-1803
3, North Main Street (1783)
Cork
An interesting character, fiercely anti-royalist, his watchplates are engraved with a harp without a crown, but then it appears he turned informer, for which he was given a large pension. Deceased 1803.
Thomas Harmon

TH 4th Q. 18th C.
Cork
Granted Freedom of the City 1786
Thomas John Burke
(Bourke)

TJB 4th Q. 18th C.
Quay Lane (1784)
Bridge Street (1789-1792)
Limerick
Registered at Dublin 1784. His will was proved in 1800. Also used a "TB" mark.
John Tolekin tolekin 1795-1836
Grand Parade (1809)
68, Grand Parade (1817)
84, Grand Parade (1824 & 1833)
Cork
Huguenot naturalised as a 'foreign merchant',\ 1768. Registered at Dublin 1798. Retired 1836, business continued by son, James until c.1838 when acquired by Edward Hawkesworth.
Carden Terry
&
John Williams

T&W Cork
Terry/Williams
Thomas Welsh
(Walsh)
TW c.1800-c.1840
6, Charlotte Quay (1806)
10, Patrick Street (1810)
38, Patrick Street (1812)
Limerick
Registered at Dublin, 1806. In 1846 this firm was styled Welsh & Co. of 1, Patrick Street. In advertisements, name is always 'Welsh'.
Joseph and/or William Wall W early 18th C.
Kinsale
Joseph - mentioned 1712, died 1734.
William, - mentioned 1721, died 1736.
They sent plate to Dublin for assay in 1733.
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