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

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American Modernist Jewelers & Silversmiths
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Polly Stehman jewelry Polly Stehman

Edmonds, WA
active 1940s-1980s
jeweler, enamelist & painter, member: Northwest Designer Craftsmen, chairman - Northwest Region of American Crafts Council (c.1969)

Henry Steig jewelry

Henry Steig

New York, NY & Provincetown, RI

Fritzi Stevens jewelry Fritzi Stevens

location unknown
handwrought silver jewelry

Gerald Stinn jewelry Gerald Stinn

Santa Barbara, CA
active from c.1965

John Szymak jewelry John Szymak

Dallas, Texas
active 1950s-1970s

Frank Taira jewelry Frank Taira

San Francisco, CA/New York, NY
Japanese-American painter & jeweler, interned during WWII, relocated to NY afterwards

Temming jewelry Elizabeth Temming

Saranac Lake, NY
active 1944-1971, learned jewelry crafting, along with her husband Martin Koop, at a tuberculosis sanatorium, their studio functioned as a rehabilition center for other patients

Tendler jewelry

Bill Tendler

New York, NY

Madeline Turner jewelry

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.

conn west jewelry Conn Harris West

Athens, Georgia
Active mid-20th century, maker of handwrought sterling holloware and gold & silver jewelry. West studied with Ann Orr Morris, another Athens craftswoman.

Ed Wiener jewelry

Ed Wiener sterling

Ed. Wiener

New York, NY & Provincetown, RI

Byron Wilson jewelry Byron Wilson

San Francisco, CA
Professor at the California College of Arts and Crafts and founding member of the Metal Arts Guild (MAG).

Bob Winston jewelry

Bob Winston

Oakland, CA
Scottsdale, AZ

Wolpert, Sterling Ludwig Wolpert

New York, NY
Active from c.1925, silversmith, jeweler, designer, and teacher, German born, Bauhaus influenced, emigrated to Israel in 1933 and taught metalwork at New Bezalel from 1935. Emigrated to U.S. in 1956, headed the Tobe Pascher Workshop at the Jewish Museum. Noted for judaica and incorporating Hebrew calligraphy into his modern designs.

Walter Wright jewelry Walter Wright
(active c.1950-c.1975)

Los Angeles, CA
operated a contemporary jewelry shop in the Los Angeles Farmer's Market, retailed jewelry by other modernists and, possibly, his own creations
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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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