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  1. www.google.com/culturalinstitute/asset-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 ...
  2. www.925-1000.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=8565&start=70
    John Innocent (Grimwade 3647) as at February 1791 Robert Innocent (Son) Thomas Wilson George Barton (Silversmith who specialised in applying silver embellishments ...
  3. www.rubylane.com  › Pushkin Antiques
    Antique early-18th Century extremely rare and exceptional Queen Anne Solid Silver Cup and Cover, of large size, inverted bell shaped on boldly
  4. www.eastdaleantiques.com/prdwilstick.htm
    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 ...
  5. www.koopmanrareart.com/DesktopDefault.aspx?tabid=6&...
    silversmith index profile events ... publications contact Back to list Previous; David Willaume I (Metz 1658 - 1741) Fullscreen Contact us
  6. www.theislandwiki.org/?title=Biographies_of_silver_makers
    Listed in the 1843 Jersey Almanac as silversmith, jeweller and watchmaker. ... David Willaume was the son of Adam Willaume or Villiamme, goldsmith of Metz, ...
  7. library.taylor.edu/dotAsset/4543195b-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.
  8. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harache_family
    The 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 ...
  9. www.ebay.ca  › …  › Platters & Trays
    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.
  10. www.christies.com/lotfinder/lot/a-queen-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.