Online Encyclopedia of Silver Marks, Hallmarks & Makers' Marks
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American Modernist Jewelers & Silversmiths I

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American Modernist Jewelers & Silversmiths
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Peggy Ackerly jewelry Peggy Ackerly
(Marget Dorothea Ackerly)
(1921-2011)

Atlanta, GA
active with this conjoined "MA" mark beginning in 1968
jeweler - apprentice, later assistant to Sam Kramer in New York from 1943 to 1964


Helen Adelman jewelry Helen Scheier Adelman
(1909-1999) active c.1958-c.1975

Newton & Brookfield, CT
jewelry and mobiles, member of Silvermine Guild, operated "Studio Two", a gallery in Newton, work illustrated in "Handwrought Jewelry" by Lois E.Franke (1962)


Alan Adler sterling Allan Adler
(1916-2003)

Los Angeles, CA
active from c.1938


Vera Allison jewelry Vera Allison
(1902-1993)

San Francisco, CA
active 1950s/70s, founding member Metal Arts Guild, SF


Orb, sterling

Orb jewelry
Otto R. Bade
(b.1921)

Floral Park, NY & New Hope, PA
active 1958-1971, Orb Silversmithy was the successor to Frank Rebajes, modernist sterling jewelry, many Rebajes designs.


Mildred Ball jewelry Mildred Lee Ball
(1902-1997)

Winston-Salem, NC
enamelist & jeweler, exhibited at the the Walker Art Center in 1955, work illustrated in "Handwrought Jewelry" by Lois E.Franke (1962)


Kenneth Begay jewelry Kenneth Begay
(1913-1977)

Scottsdale, AZ
active 1940s/70s


Ward Bennett jewelry Ward Bennett
(1917-2003)

New York, NY
active 1940s/80s, jeweler, exhibited in the seminal show "Modern Handmade Jewelry" (1946) at MOMA, interior designer and important industrial designer


Franz Bergmann jewelry Franz Bergmann
(1898-1977)

San Francisco, CA
active from c.1940


Bernard Bernstein sterling Bernard Bernstein
(b.1928)

New York, NY
silversmith & jeweler, active from 1950s, studied under Hans Christensen, taught at City College of New York from 1962 to 1986, teacher at 92nd Street Y 1987-present


Ruth Berridge jewelry Ruth Berridge
(1921-2004)

New York, NY
active 1950s/70s, noted for kinetic mobile jewelry


Fridl sterling jewelry Fridl M. Blumenthal
(1905-1998)

Chicago, IL
German emigre, active 1940s-1990s, studied with Anna Halasi, created handwrought sterling jewelry for George Jensen USA in the 1950s


Frances Holmes Boothby jewelry Frances Holmes Boothby
(1919-2000)

Weston, Vermont
active c.1950s/1960s


douglas boyd sterling Douglas Boyd
(1901-1972)

Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
silversmith, holloware & flatware, founding member of the Ontario Metal Arts Guild


m n boyer sterling Merle N. Boyer
(1920-2009)

Honolulu, Hawaii
active from 1950s


Jules Brenner jewelry Jules Brenner
(1917-1991)

New York, NY & Provincetown, RI
active 1950s/60s


Ed Brickman jewelry mark Ed Brickman
(1925-2014)

New York, NY & Longboat Key, Fl
active 1950s/2000s, handwrought jewelry


George Brooks jewelry mark George Brooks
(b.1925)

Montreal, Canada & Santa Barbara, CA
active from c1948, handwrought jewelry, apprenticed at Henry Birks & Son and later with Georges Delrue, relocated to California in 1962


John Bryan jewelry mark John Bryan
(1897-1982)

Asheville, NC
active 1950s/60s
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Georg Jensen Marks
David-Andersen Marks
Norwegian Makers
Finnish Hallmarks
Swedish Hallmarks
German Hallmarks
French Hallmarks
Dutch Hallmarks
British Hallmarks Explained
World Hallmarks
American Silver Marks

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