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

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American Modernist Jewelers & Silversmiths
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Frank Rebajes

New York, NY
active c.1935-1960


New York, NY
active from mid-1940s
Sculptor & Jeweler, favored lost wax casting

merry renk
Chicago & San Francisco
active from c.1948

Caroline Gleick Rosene

San Francisco, CA

Herman Roth
Larchmont, New York
active 1940s/50s
Silversmith & Jeweler

H. Fred Skaggs

Scottsdale, Arizona
Active c1960-1983

Joseph Skinger

Stowe, Vermont
active 1940s-1967

Art Smith

New York, NY

Shirley Smith
(Noble Smith)
active c.1960s

Alexandra Solowij Watkins
active c.1950s to present

stangren 18k

stangren 925
Stanley Stangren

New York, NY/Trenton, NJ
Active c1960-c1985
Jeweler, painter, sculptor and ceramist. Studied at Staatliche Kunst und Werkschule, Pforzheim and Kunstgewerbeschule der Stadt, Z├╝rich. Designed jewelry in Europe, later U.S., known for abstract gold and silver work set with stones. Pieces usually electroformed, cast, or fused.

Henry Steig

New York, NY & Provincetown, RI

John Szymak

Dallas, Texas
active 1950s-1970s

Bill Tendler

New York, NY

Madeline Turner
New York, NY

Paul Voltaire

New York, NY & New Milford, CT
active 1949-1979
Operated "Voltaire's", a modern design & craft gallery in New Milford from 1956.

Ed. Wiener

New York, NY & Provincetown, RI

Byron Wilson

San Francisco, CA

Bob Winston

Oakland, CA
Scottsdale, AZ

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