viewer/cistern-and-fountain/...Rights: Museum purchase with funds donated anonymously, Theodora Wilbour Fund in memory of Charlotte Beebe Wilbour, Harriet J. Bradbury Fund, and other funds, by ...
viewtopic.php?t=8565&start=70John Innocent (Grimwade 3647) as at February 1791 Robert Innocent (Son) Thomas Wilson George Barton (Silversmith who specialised in applying silver embellishments ...
- Antique early-18th Century extremely rare and exceptional Queen Anne Solid Silver Cup and Cover, of large size, inverted bell shaped on boldly
prdwilstick.htmThis 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 ...
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?title=Biographies_of_silver_makersListed in the 1843 Jersey Almanac as silversmith, jeweller and watchmaker. ... David Willaume was the son of Adam Willaume or Villiamme, goldsmith of Metz, ...
8e1c-45fb-ab88-d...claims both Schuppe and David Willaume the younger as the two earliest silversmiths applying their skill in the creation of creamers in England.
- en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harache_familyThe Harache family is a family of ... of the day and was rivalled only by his fellow Huguenot David Willaume. Anne Harache ... silversmith of St. Martin ...
- From David Willaume II. Son of David I. One of the most important London silversmiths of all time. Born 1693 and apprenticed under father in 1707.
anne-silver-gilt...a queen anne silver-gilt coffee pot from the gorges plate mark of david willaume overstriking that of nicholas clausen, london, 1713.