Online Encyclopedia of Silver Marks, Hallmarks & Makers' Marks
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American Silver Marks ~ Sterling & Coin Silver

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AD Amos Doolittle
New Haven, CT
(b.1754 - d.1832)
Active from c1775, silversmith, jeweler & engraver of printing plates.


Leonore Doskow Leonore Doskow Inc.
Montrose, New York ~ 1934 - Present
Handmade sterling jewelry & novelty items.


GD George Christopher Dowig
Philadelphia, PA & Baltimore, Md
(b.1724-d.1807)Active in Philadelphia from c.1765, in Baltimore by 1773.


GRD George R. Downing
Newark NJ & New York NY
Active Newark c1815 - 1825 and later in NY.


KD Karl Drerup
(1904-2000)

New Hampshire
active after 1940
Enamelist & studio jeweler


S.Drowne Samuel Drowne
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
(b.1749 - d.1815)


TDD Tunis D. DuBois
New York, NY
(b.1773 - d.1843) Active c1794 - c1820, silversmith


Theo Dubosq Theodore Dubosq
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Active ca. 1829 - 1850


DuhmeDuhme & Co.
Duhme & Co
Cincinatti, Ohio
active c.1839-1910, major manufacturer of silver holloware and flatware.


A.Dumesnil Anthony Dumesnil
Lexington, KY
Active c1818 until his death in 1833





Dumoutet Jean Baptiste Dumoutet
Philadelphia, PA & Charleston, SC
(b.1761-d.1813)Active 1793-1813, opened branch shop in Charleston, 1802.


D Dunkirk Silversmiths
Meriden, CT
c1945 - 1950, manufacturers of sterling and silverplated wares.


C.Dunn Cary Dunn
Underhill VT, Morristown NJ, Newark NJ & New York NY
(d.1798) working from c1765 - 1823


DD Daniel Dupuy Sr.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
(1719-1807) Active ca. 1746 until his death. From c1760 mostly in partnerships with other silversmiths.


D.Dupuy Daniel Dupuy Jr.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
(1753-1826) Active from ca. 1772 to 1810, in partnership of Dupuy & Sons 1772 - 1805


D Flower

D, bird
Wm. B. Durgin Co.
Concord, NH & Providence, RI
c.1880 - 1905
Successors to William B. Durgin. The firm was absorbed into Gorham who continued the use of the "script D" mark until ca. 1930


Wm.B.Durgin William B. Durgin
Concord, NH
Early marks, used in the second half of the 19th Century.


Durham

Durham Sterling
Durham Silver Co.
New York, NY
c1950s - 1960s, manufacturers of sterling holloware.


L.F.Durussel Louis F. Durussel
Owego, New York
Swiss emigre, 1850. Retailer, listed as a jeweler from 1860-1890.


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