ADAM ROSSHalifax, Nova Scotia
Adam Ross was born at Edinburgh in 1787, he served his apprenticeship under William Marshall II of Edinburgh. Following the completion of his term he left Scotland for Halifax, Nova Scotia.
He was recorded in 1813 as working as a silversmith and metal gilder in Granville Street, Halifax, NS.
In 1814 he was noted as a member of the North British Society.
From 1818 to 1822, he was in partnership with Daniel Macdonald at Granville Street, Halifax, NS.
Adam Ross died at Halifax, NS, on the 27th November 1843.
An example of the work of Adam Ross:
Fiddle pattern dessert spoon, 7" (7.7cm) in length, weight 33 grams.
Other noted variations of the marks of Adam Ross: