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    This super quality crested George I silver 2 handled cup was made in London in 1717 by Huguenot silversmith David Willaume I and measures 4.75 inches tall by 7 inches ...
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    David Willaume (Metz 1658 - c.1741) ... David Willaume (Metz 1658 - c.1741), silversmith. Related items. Place of origin: England (249012) Materials: Silver (26471 ...
    Silver, English (London), 1720-25, David Willaume. Museum Number M.15A&B-1969. ... Cup and cover ... Silversmiths went to great lengths to avoid paying this duty.
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    English Sterling Silver Salver 1744 David Willaume II Goldsmith to King in Antiques, Silver, Sterling Silver (.925) | eBay
    Trust Ewbank Auctions For Quality Control ... By Londo n silversmith David Willaume II, the cup was assayed in London in 1735. Willaume's father, ...
    Mettayer was an important Huguenot maker, the brother-in-law of, and apprenticed to David Willaume in 1693, (free 1700) ... silversmith David Tanqueray.
    lot description. a queen anne silver-gilt coffee pot from the gorges plate mark of david willaume overstriking that of nicholas clausen, london, 1713
    claims both Schuppe and David Willaume the younger as the two earliest silversmiths applying their skill in the creation of creamers in England.
    This superb pair of William III cast Britannia silver candle sticks were made in London in 1697 by important silversmith David Willaume I. They measure 6 1/8 inches ...