A GEORGE II SILVER COFFEE POT MARK OF DAVID WILLAUME II, LONDON, 1743 In the Continental taste, of baluster form, on three lion's-mask feet, the body with ogee fluting and scroll spout, domed cover with bud finial, the cover engraved with a crest, marked on body, under base and cover
Our collection includes Antique English Silver, Modern Silver, Royal Silver, Continental Silver, Chinese Silver, Silver-Gilt, ... Maker’s mark of David Willaume
David Willaume, who marked this monumental set, was one of the most successful foreign-born silversmiths working in London. Show less Read more. Details.
Ewer by David Willaume II. ... Lord Warrington was at the height of the silver-buying at the time and Willaume provided him with some of the most magnificent of his ...
Our collection includes Antique English Silver, Modern Silver, Royal Silver, Continental Silver, ... apprenticed to David Willaume junior 8 January 1731.
The Harache family is a family of goldsmiths of ... The family was active in the production of silver plate in London for about a ... Huguenot David Willaume.
For Sale on 1stdibs - A fine and impressive pair of antique George III English sterling silver Corinthian column candlesticks; part of our ornamental Georgian silverware collection.
DW maker's marks of an illustrated directory listing 3000 hallmarks of England, Scotland, Ireland, Channel Islands and Colonial silver (Canada, India, Cape), maker marks, town marks, date letter, duty marks.
Augustine Courtauld I (1686 ... and silversmith ... for large decorative pieces executed by fellow Huguenot silversmiths such as David Willaume, ...
French influence in a toilet service by David Willaume I . SHORTER ENTRIES Peter Boughton – Chester’s new silver gallery ... Silver consumption by platers in 1831