French silver MARKERS MARKS and Date

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French silver MARKERS MARKS and Date

Postby Tjc-77 » Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:28 pm

Hi all

Can you advise on the attached French silver MARKERS MARKS ?

Thanks


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Re: French silver MARKERS MARKS and Date

Postby dognose » Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:31 pm

As previously requested, please embed your images.

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Re: French silver MARKERS MARKS and Date

Postby Tjc-77 » Mon Oct 28, 2019 4:52 pm

Tjc-77 wrote:Hi all

Can you advise on the attached French silver MARKERS MARKS ?

Thanks


https://postimg.cc/7JY088nS

https://postimg.cc/nj1BPcBH

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Re: French silver MARKERS MARKS and Date

Postby Tjc-77 » Mon Oct 28, 2019 5:35 pm

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Re: French silver MARKERS MARKS and Date

Postby Tjc-77 » Mon Oct 28, 2019 5:43 pm

Hi All

Can you please help with the below French silver MARKERS MARKS and Dates

Set of 9 French silver spoons

See photos added

Thanks and Regards Terry

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Re: French silver MARKERS MARKS and Date

Postby JayT » Tue Oct 29, 2019 11:41 am

Your spoons were made in Paris 1809-19, of 950 standard silver, as shown by the silver standard mark of a cock facing right in an octagonal reserve with a border, and a guarantee mark of a Minerva head facing right in a circular reserve.
The maker was Pierre-Joseph Dehanne, flatware maker, working at 28 rue des Marmousets. Dehanne registered this mark in 1798-99, but he also had been a maker in pre-Revolutionary times. No end date of his activity is given, but he appeared in the Almanach Azur until 1822.

See Arminjon, v. I, no. 00871, p. 118.

During the ancien régime, Dehanne registered his mark on 21 December 1785 at the age of 34: initials PJD under a crowned fleur de lys, two grains and a cock as symbol.

See Nocq, v. II, p. 26.

The pattern is called Filet or Thread. You have a personalization of initials under the coronet of a marquis.

Going forward, if I take the trouble to research your items free of charge, kindly have the courtesy not to post thumbnail photos that redirect the viewer to a platform full of offensive advertisements.

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Re: French silver MARKERS MARKS and Date

Postby Tjc-77 » Wed Oct 30, 2019 3:29 pm

[quote="JayT"]Your spoons were made in Paris 1809-19, of 950 standard silver, as shown by the silver standard mark of a cock facing right in an octagonal reserve with a border, and a guarantee mark of a Minerva head facing right in a circular reserve.
The maker was Pierre-Joseph Dehanne, flatware maker, working at 28 rue des Marmousets. Dehanne registered this mark in 1798-99, but he also had been a maker in pre-Revolutionary times. No end date of his activity is given, but he appeared in the Almanach Azur until 1822.

See Arminjon, v. I, no. 00871, p. 118.

During the ancien régime, Dehanne registered his mark on 21 December 1785 at the age of 34: initials PJD under a crowned fleur de lys, two grains and a cock as symbol.

See Nocq, v. II, p. 26.

The pattern is called Filet or Thread. You have a personalization of initials under the coronet of a marquis.

Going forward, if I take the trouble to research your items free of charge, kindly have the courtesy not to post thumbnail photos that redirect the viewer to a platform full of offensive advertisements.

[quote="JayT"]Your spoons were made in Paris 1809-19, of 950 standard silver, as shown by the silver standard mark of a cock facing right in an octagonal reserve with a border, and a guarantee mark of a Minerva head facing right in a circular reserve.
The maker was Pierre-Joseph Dehanne, flatware maker, working at 28 rue des Marmousets. Dehanne registered this mark in 1798-99, but he also had been a maker in pre-Revolutionary times. No end date of his activity is given, but he appeared in the Almanach Azur until 1822.

See Arminjon, v. I, no. 00871, p. 118.

During the ancien régime, Dehanne registered his mark on 21 December 1785 at the age of 34: initials PJD under a crowned fleur de lys, two grains and a cock as symbol.

See Nocq, v. II, p. 26.

The pattern is called Filet or Thread. You have a personalization of initials under the coronet of a marquis.

Going forward, if I take the trouble to research your items free of charge, kindly have the courtesy not to post thumbnail photos that redirect the viewer to a platform full of offensive advertisements.

Many thanks for your detailed and informative research and please accept my apologies for the photo redirects , im new to this platform and learming the procedure going forward i ensure a better quality process.

Regards Terry

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Re: French silver MARKERS MARKS and Date

Postby JayT » Thu Oct 31, 2019 6:01 pm

You’re welcome Terry.


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