Ewer by David Willaume II. ... Lord Warrington was at the height of the silver-buying at the time and Willaume provided him with some of the most magnificent of his ...
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David Willaume, who marked this monumental set, was one of the most successful foreign-born silversmiths working in London. Show less Read more. Details.
A George I Sponge Box. By DAVID WILLAUME. A George I Sponge Box, London 1720, David Willaume, the lid pierced and engraved, the front side engraved with the crest of Barry for the Earls of Barrymore.
David Willaume II British, 1693–1761. Salver. 1737/38. Silver. Overall: 16 1/8 x 2 1/16 in. (41 x 5.2 cm) ... David Willaume II Salver 1733. David Willaume II ...
A pair of identical silver wine coolers, hallmarked London 1711 by David Willaume I, ... An Important Pair of Silver Wine Coolers Reference: 20383.1
DW maker's marks of an illustrated directory listing 3000 hallmarks of England, Scotland, Ireland, Channel Islands and Colonial silver (Canada, India, Cape), maker marks, town marks, date letter, duty marks.
A George II Waiter. By DAVID WILLAUME. A George II square Waiter, London 1729, David Willaume, engraved with a contemporary crest. London, 1729. £1950.00
Recent research has revealed new information about the Harache workshop: an article by David McKinley for ASCAS - Association of Small Collectors of Antique Silver website