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

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American Modernist Jewelers & Silversmiths
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William De Hart jewelry William DeHart
(1914-1993)

Albuquerque, NM & Newburyport, MA
active 1940s/60s
jeweler & silversmith, worked independently in NM in the late 40s/early 50s, then director of design at Towle Silversmiths from 1953


DePatta sterling

Margaret DePatta jewelry
Margaret De Patta
(1903-1964)

San Francisco, CA
active from c.1930, founding member Metal Arts Guild, SF, influential figure


jose de rivera jewelry Jose de Rivera
(1904-1985)

New York, NY
active from1930s
Abstract Expressionist sculptor & jeweler, worked primarily in stainless steel.


Georges Delrue jewelry Georges Delrue
(b.1920)

Montreal, Canada
active c1950-present


Karl Drerup enamel jewelry Karl Drerup
(1904-2000)

New Hampshire
active after 1940
Enamelist


Claire Falkenstein sterling

Claire Falkenstein jewelry
Claire Falkenstein
(1908-1997)

Oakland & Venice, CA
Abstact Expressionist sculptor and jeweler
Claire Falkenstein jewelry


Arline Fisch sterling Arline Fisch
(b.1931)

San Diego, CA
jeweler, pioneer of wire weaving, Professor of Art at San Diego State University from 1961 to 1996, author: Textile Techniques in Metal (1996)


Harold Clifton Fithian sterling Harold Fithian
(1905-1972)

San Francisco, CA
jeweler - primarily men's accessories




Laurence Foss sterling jewelry Laurence Foss
(b.1920)

Boston, Massachusetts
active from c.1945
Produced for Jensen USA in the late 40s, independently thereafter


Lillian Foster sterling jewelry Lillian R. Foster
(1898-1976)

Philadelphia, PA
Weston, CT
Master Craftsman - Society of Arts & Crafts Boston


Lois Franke sterling Lois Franke (Warren)
(1924-2013)

Los Angeles & Sacramento, CA
silversmith and jeweler, author: "Handwrought Jewelry" (1962), taught at California State University, Los Angeles Southwest College & UC Davis


Frappe sterling James Frappe (James E. Frape)
(b.1921)

Pittsburgh, PA
jeweler, enamelist & sculptor, studied, and later taught, at Carnegie Mellon Institute


Elsa Freund sterling jewelry

Elsaramics jewelry
Elsa Freund
(1912-2001)

Eureka Springs, AK & Deland, FL
active from c.1950, fused sterling and ceramic into "Elsaramics jewelry"


J. Arnold Frew sterling J. Arnold Frew
(1921-2008)

Arcadia & Monrovia, CA
fine jeweler and stonesetter, studied at Pasadena City College, favored lost wax casting, mark sometimes lacks the lion rampant icon


Andrew Fussell sterling jewelry Andrew Fussell
(1904-1983)

Toronto, Canada
German emigre, handwrought sterling jewelry, founding member of the Ontario Metal Arts Guild


Mary Gage sterling jewelry Mary Gage
(1898-1993)

New York, NY 1920s/30s
Westport CT & Hartland VT, 1940s
Waldoboro & Portland, ME 1950s-1993


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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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