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

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American Modernist Jewelers & Silversmiths
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Peggy Ackerly jewelry Peggy Ackerly
(Marget Adeline Phillips Ackerly)

Atlanta, GA
active with this conjoined "MA" mark beginning in 1968
jeweler - apprentice, later assistant to Sam Kramer in New York from 1943 to 1964

Helen Adelman jewelry Helen Scheier Adelman
(1909-1999) active c.1958-c.1975

Newton & Brookfield, CT
jewelry and mobiles, member of Silvermine Guild, operated "Studio Two", a gallery in Newton, work illustrated in "Handwrought Jewelry" by Lois E.Franke (1962)

Alan Adler sterling Allan Adler

Los Angeles, CA
active from c.1938

Vera Allison jewelry Vera Allison

San Francisco, CA
active 1950s/70s, founding member Metal Arts Guild, SF

Orb, sterling

Orb jewelry
Otto R. Bade

Floral Park, NY & New Hope, PA
active 1958-1971, Orb Silversmithy was the successor to Frank Rebajes, modernist sterling jewelry, many Rebajes designs.

Mildred Ball jewelry Mildred Lee Ball

Winston-Salem, NC
enamelist & jeweler, exhibited at the the Walker Art Center in 1955, work illustrated in "Handwrought Jewelry" by Lois E.Franke (1962)

Kenneth Begay jewelry Kenneth Begay

Scottsdale, AZ
active 1940s/70s

Ward Bennett jewelry Ward Bennett

New York, NY
active 1940s/80s, jeweler, exhibited in the seminal show "Modern Handmade Jewelry" (1946) at MOMA, interior designer and important industrial designer

Franz Bergmann jewelry Franz Bergmann

San Francisco, CA
active from c.1940

Bernard Bernstein sterling Bernard Bernstein

New York, NY
silversmith & jeweler, active from 1950s, studied under Hans Christensen, taught at City College of New York from 1962 to 1986, teacher at 92nd Street Y 1987-present

Ruth Berridge jewelry Ruth Berridge

New York, NY
active 1950s/70s, noted for kinetic mobile jewelry

Fridl sterling jewelry Fridl M. Blumenthal

Chicago, IL
German emigre, active 1940s-1990s, studied with Anna Halasi, created handwrought sterling jewelry for George Jensen USA in the 1950s

Frances Holmes Boothby jewelry Frances Holmes Boothby

Weston, Vermont
active c.1950s/1960s

douglas boyd sterling Douglas Boyd

Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
silversmith, holloware & flatware, founding member of the Ontario Metal Arts Guild

m n boyer sterling Merle N. Boyer

Honolulu, Hawaii
active from 1950s

Jules Brenner jewelry Jules Brenner

New York, NY & Provincetown, RI
active 1950s/60s

Ed Brickman jewelry mark Ed Brickman

New York, NY & Longboat Key, Fl
active 1950s/2000s, handwrought jewelry

George Brooks jewelry mark

Brooks jewelry
George Brooks

Montreal, Canada & Santa Barbara, CA
active from c1948, handwrought jewelry, apprenticed at Henry Birks & Son and later with Georges Delrue, relocated to California in 1962

John Bryan jewelry mark John Bryan

Asheville, NC
active 1950s/60s
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Related Pages at
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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