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  1. www.ebay.ca/...Salver-1744-David-Willaume-II.../360658391502
    English Sterling Silver Salver 1744 David Willaume II Goldsmith to King in Antiques, Silver, Sterling Silver (.925) | eBay
  2. www.chatsworth.org/art-and-archives/art-library-and...
    The silversmith, David Tanqueray was apprenticed to David Willaume who had made a pair of identical wine coolers for the 1st Duke of Devonshire.
  3. www.silvercollection.it/englishsilvermarksXDWWW.html
    David Willaume II, entered 1728 London 1732 hallmark: DWG into a rectangle ... Maker's mark, identifying the silversmith presenting the piece to the assay office
  4. www.koopmanrareart.com/David-Willaume-Metz-1658-1741-The...
    The Speaker Smith Dish by David Willaume, London 1729. Silver London 1729 Maker's mark of David Willaume The ten-sided dish has a border cast and chased with formal ...
  5. www.marks4antiques.com/norway_silver_makers_marks.htm
    Research various silversmiths & jewelers from Norway quickly and efficiently. ... DAVID WILLAUME II (Fine Gold & Silver Smiths, London, UK) ...
  6. www.ewbankauctions.co.uk/custom_asp/show_news.asp?id=186
    By Londo n silversmith David Willaume II, the cup was assayed in London in 1735. Willaume's father, also named David, ...
  7. 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.
  8. www.925-1000.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=44662
    Discharged of his Apprenticeship to David Williams, Silversmith, a Frenchman, ... David Williams is undoubtedly David Willaume I (Grimwade 512, 3192-4, ...
  9. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harache_family
    He enjoyed the patronage of the greatest clients of the day and was rivalled only by his fellow Huguenot David Willaume. Anne Harache ... silversmith, corner of Great ...
  10. www.antique-marks.com/antique-terms-w.html
    His son David Willaume II (1693 -1761) took over the business in 1716. For a time the two silversmiths were thought to be one and the same. william and mary ...