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  1. David Willaume, Salver, George I Sterling Silver, London ...

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    George I Sterling Silver, wrought, mounted, hallmarked and engraved, London, England, 1725, David Willaume (1658-1741) - French silversmith, ...

  2. By David Willaume II, London 1746 Shaped-circular form, moulded stylised shell and scroll border, the centre engraved with an armorial cartouche, on three hoof feet, ...

  3. This fine crested early George I/II silver snuffer tray was made in London in 1728 by David Willaume and tray measures 7 3/8 inches long by just over 3.5 inches wide ...

  4. David Willaume I English , 1658 - 1741. silver 7.81 x 8.25 x 5.81 in 7.81 x 8.25 x 5.81 in ... silver 7.81 x 8.25 x 5.81 in 7.81 x 8.25 x 5.81 in

  5. EARLY GEORGE III SILVER PORRINGER, William Cripps ; M. Ford ...

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    EARLY GEORGE III SILVER PORRINGER, William Cripps, ... Huguenot silversmith David Willaume. "As one might expect from his training under David Willaume, Cripps ...

  6. Clark Art - Salver

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    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 ...

  7. Society of American Silversmiths

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    We're the world's #1 resource for anything relating to the silversmiths' art and craft. Artisan Gallery, ... Pierre Platel, David Willaume, Simon Pantin, Paul de ...

  8. Silver - Craig's Cow Creamers

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    Silver Cow Creamers and John Schuppe From C. Bernhard Hughes’ fine historical accounts in his 1957 book Small Antique Silverware, we learn that “A quaint conceit ...

  9. David Willaume (Biographical details) - British Museum

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    David Willaume (Biographical details) David Willaume (goldsmith/metalworker; banker/financier; French; English; Male; 1697 - 1728; working) Also known as

  10. Duke, David and Shells on Pinterest

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    A GEORGE II SILVER SALVER MARK OF DAVID WILLAUME, LONDON, 1737 Shaped circular, with a piecrust rim, on four scroll and shell feet, the field engraved with shells ...