Online Encyclopedia of Silver Marks, Hallmarks & Makers' Marks
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Irish Makers' Marks II

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Maker - James Brady, Year 1825, Sterling Standard, City of Dublin, Reign of George IV

Dublin Date Letter Chart
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Dublin Silversmiths' Makers' Marks
This section on the Makers' Marks of Ireland is organized alphabetically by the first letter in the mark.
This is an open ended project, new marks are continually added.
see also: Irish Provincial Makers' Marks and Irish Retailer Marks
{note - Many British makers' marks, especially in the 18th & earlier 19th centuries, are nearly identical. If a mark illustrated here matches one you are researching, there is a possibility another may have made it.}
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A - E           F - I           I - J           J - M           N - S           T - W
FM
Francis Martin
Dublin - reg. 1862

silversmith


NF
Nathaniel Freeman
Enniscorthy, County Wexford
Dublin - reg. 1811

silversmith - Dublin assays c.1812


G & Co
Gibson & Co
Dublin - reg. 1897-c.1931

Belfast firm, mark registered in Dublin


GB
George Bayly
Dublin - reg. 1819

silversmith - 2, Dawson Court.


GB
Gustavus Byrne
Dublin - late 18th/early 19th C.

silversmith - 15, Cole Alley, Castle Street


GN
George Nangle
Dublin - reg. 1788

silversmith - 26 Chancery Lane


G&PW
G & P. W.
Dublin - active c.1800

silversmith - unidentified


GW
George West.
Dublin - active c.1790's

silversmith


HF
Henry Flavelle Jnr.
Dublin - reg. 1843

later ran the London branch of Flavelle Brothers & Roberts of Brisbane, Australia (d.1888)
silversmith - 13, Eustace St., 43, Grafton St. (1859)


H&H
Hopkins & Hopkins
Dublin - reg. 1883

successors to Law & Sons, believed to be in business until 1974
silversmiths, watchmakers & jewellers - 1, Sackville Street Lower


IB
James Brady
Dublin - reg. 1821

silversmith - 113 Church St. (1821), 10 Beresford St. (1823)


IB
Joshua Buckton
Dublin - 1st q. 19th C.

silversmith - 24 Henry St.



IC lion
John Clifton Snr.
Dublin - 1st h. 18th C.

silversmith -


I.C
John Craig
Dublin - 3rd q. 18th C.

(d.1783)
silversmith


ID
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I.D
John Dalrymple
Dublin - from c.1789

(d.1823)
silversmith


ID conjoined
Isaac D'Olier II
Dublin -

silversmith


ID
-
I.D.
Isaac D'Olier II & III
Dublin - 3rd q. 18th C.

silversmiths - 87 Dame St.


ID
Jeremiah D'Olier
Dublin - 3rd q. 18th C.

(1747-1817)
retired from goldsmithing by mid 1790's
silversmith


IE
James England
Dublin - reg. 1791

(active to 1815)
silversmith - 4 Michaels Lane

IF
James Fray
Dublin - reg. 1813

(d.1842)
silversmith - 39 Bride St.


IK
-
I.K.
James Keating
Dublin - reg. 1795

silversmith - 17, Cole Alley, Castle St.


IL
JL
Dublin

silversmith - possibilities are John Laughlin I (1745-1774), John Lloyd (1768-1821), or John Locker (1758-1825)


IL
Josiah Low (Lowe)
Dublin - reg. 1821

(d.1843)
silversmith

Related Irish Pages at 925-1000.com:
Irish Provincial Makers' Marks

Irish Retailer Marks

Masters and Wardens of the Goldsmiths' Company of Dublin - 1637-1800
Related British Pages at 925-1000.com:
British Hallmarks Explained
London Date Letters • 1696 - 1935 & Makers' Marks
Birmingham Date Letters • 1773 - 1924 & Makers' Marks
Chester Date Letters • 1701 - 1925 & Makers' Marks
Exeter Date Letters • 1701 - 1883 & Makers' Marks
Newcastle Date Letters • 1702 - 1884 & Makers' Marks
Sheffield Date Letters • 1773 - 1916 & Makers' Marks
York Date Letters • 1559 - 1858 & Makers' Marks
Edinburgh Date Letters • 1681 - 1931 & Makers' Marks
Table of Glasgow Date Letters • 1819 - 1896
Examples of British Import Marks
Thanks to Trevor Downes for his contributions to this section.

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