Cistern and fountain - David Willaume I ... David Willaume, who marked this monumental set, was one of the most successful foreign-born silversmiths working in London.
David Willaume, Salver, Georg I Sterling Silver, London, 1725 ... London, England, 1725 David Willaume (1658-1741) - French silversmith, active in London since 1686
EARLY GEORGE III SILVER PORRINGER, William Cripps, ... * William Cripps, working from 1738-1767, apprenticed to the well known Huguenot silversmith David Willaume. ?
Huguenot Silversmiths. Silversmiths were among the skilled Protestant ... Silver ewer by David Willaume , 1742 part of the silver collection at Dunham Massey, ...
David Willaume, Salver, Georg I Sterling Silver, London, 1725 George I Sterling Silver, wrought, mounted, hallmarked and engraved London, England, 1725
Cream jugs in the form of a cow silver, London, John Schuppe/David Willaume II, 1759–60/1753-54) Inloggen Registreren. Ontdek en verzamel creatieve ideeën
Mettayer was an important Huguenot maker, the brother-in-law of, and apprenticed to David Willaume in 1693, (free 1700). | See more about Spoons, Royals and Queens.
Oct 23, 2012 · William Cripps, Silversmith A William Cripps silver tea caddy, 1750, ... he was apprenticed to David Willaume for seven years between 1731 and 1738.
In 1691, Anne Tanqueray was born a member of one of the great Huguenot silversmith families. Her father David Willaume moved to London from France in 1685 and ...
The Harache family is a family of goldsmiths of Huguenot extraction, ... Huguenot David Willaume. ... silversmith of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, in 1725.