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

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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 Maker's Marks
This section on the Maker's Marks of Dublin 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
TB script
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T.B
Thomas Boulton (Bolton)
Dublin - 4th Q. 17th/1st Q. 18th C.

silversmith - Skinners Row


TG
Thomas Green Jnr.
Dublin - 3rd Q. 18th C.

silversmith


TF
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T.F
Thomas Farnell (Fernell/Farnett)
Dublin - reg. 1815

silversmith - 2 Dawson Ct, Stephen St. (1815), 13 Stephen St. (1832)


TM
The Jewellery House Ltd.
Dublin - c.1960's-present

silver jewelry


T.M.
Thomas Maning
Dublin - 1st H. 19th C.

mark of Thomas & Henry Maning
silversmiths - 69, Dame Street, Dublin


TM
Thomas Meade
Dublin - 2nd q. 19th C.

silversmith - 10 Crow St. (1842), 4 Cecilia St. (1844)


TT
Thomas Townsend
Dublin - reg. 1797

silversmith - 4, Great Ship Street


W
Waterhouse
Dublin - 1842-1960

George Waterhouse, the founder, died 1908
silversmiths - 25 & 26, Dame Street


crowned W
West & Son
Dublin - c.1820-2010

successors to Clarke & West
silversmiths - 9, Capel St., 18&19, College Green from 1845, by 1917, 102&103, Grafton St., and finally at 33 Grafton Street


W.B
William Beates
Dublin - mid 18th C.

silversmith


WB in a bell
William Bell
Dublin - 1st Q. 18th C.

silversmith



WB
William Bond
Dublin - reg. 1784

silversmith - retired c.1805


WC
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W.C.
William Cummins
Dublin - reg. 1813

silversmith - 31 Exchequer St. (1813), Great Ship St. (1823)


WE
William Egan & Sons
Dublin - reg. c.1910

Cork silversmith - registered in Dublin, closed in 1986
32, Patrick’s Street, Cork


WG
William Gethen
Dublin - reg. 1786

silversmith - 46, Great Ship Street


WG over JL
William Gibson & John Lawrence Langman
(Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co.)
Dublin - early 20th C.

London firm (Goldsmiths & silversmiths Co.)


W&L
Winder & Lamb
Dublin - 4th Q. 19th C.

silversmiths - 3, Temple Lane South



WO
WO
Dublin - with 1826 year mark

silversmith



WS
William Sherwin
Dublin - 2nd q. 19th C.


(active c.1789 until death in 1823) silversmith - 5, Skinner Row (1789-93), 6, William St. (1794)



W&W
Wakely & Wheeler
Dublin - reg. 1909

silversmiths - London based firm



WW
William Ward
Dublin - reg. 1784

silversmith - 45, Great Ship Street (1784-1804), 5, Fleet Street (1804)



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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