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Hall-marks on Dublin silver, 1730-72

Kurt Ticher

Hall-marks on Dublin silver, 1730-72

by Kurt Ticher

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Published by National Museum of Ireland in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hallmarks -- Ireland -- Dublin,
  • Silverwork -- Ireland -- Dublin

  • Edition Notes

    At head of title: Ard-Mhúsaem no h-Éireann An Roinn Oideachais.

    StatementKurt Ticher, Ida Delamer, William O"Sullivan.
    ContributionsDelamer, Ida,, O"Sullivan, William.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNK7210 .T54
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[31] p. ;
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17879443M

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Hall-marks on Dublin silver, 1730-72 by Kurt Ticher Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Hall-marks on Dublin silver, [Kurt Ticher; Ida Delamer; William O'Sullivan]. Dublin Hallmarks. The Dublin Assay Office was established in to assay and hallmark all gold and silver produced in Ireland.

Originally the hallmark comprised a maker's mark and a fineness mark, the crowned harp, applied to sterling silver and 22 carat gold. Date letters were first used on Dublin silver in although during the 17th. This handy-sized guide is drawn from the extensively revised edition of Jackson's Silver and Gold Marks of England, Scotland and Ireland, published by the Antique Collectors' Club in Ever since its publication inEnglish Goldsmiths and Their Marks, or Jackson's, has been the bible for scholars, dealers and collectors, selling in /5(38).

4. Hibernia. Originally this was a tax “for the encouragement of tillage”, but after when Irish silver was struck with the king’s head duty mark it became the mark signifying the Dublin Assay Office.

The queen’s head. This was a duty mark. 18th Century Silver hallmarks. Next is a much older set of antique Irish silver hallmarks. The component of the set of hallmarks that denotes that the silver is warranted to be of the stated standard.

The criteria for this standard is an Alloy containing parts out of pure silver. All articles made by Celtic Frames are made of Sterling Silver which contains % pure or fine Silver. Dublin Silversmiths' Makers' Marks This section on the Makers' Marks of Ireland is organized alphabetically by the first letter in the mark.

This is an open ended project, new marks are continually added. { note - Many British makers' marks, especially in. reading british silver hallmarks The vast majority of English, Scottish and Irish silver produced in the last years is stamped with either 4 1730-72 book 5 symbols, known as hallmarks.

The prime purpose of these marks is to show that the metal of the item upon which they are stamped is of a certain level of purity. History of silver hallmarks. It was Edward I () who first passed a statute requiring all silver to be of sterling standard – a purity of parts per thousand – ushering in a testing or assay system that has survived for over years.

The Assay Office marks for gold would be in a Square shield with chamfered corners and in a blunt oval for silver. Import Marks from Following a ruling of the European Court of Justice the UK is required to accept national hallmarks of member states who provide an equivalent guarantee.

This is a page of A Small Collection of Antique Silver and Objects of vertu, a pages richly illustrated website offering all you need to know about antique silver, sterling silver, silverplate, sheffield plate, electroplate silver, silverware, flatware, tea services and tea complements, marks and hallmarks, silver marking system and silver hallmarks guide, articles, books, auction.

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Antique Silver is a fascinating and intriguing hobby, and can give a wonderful insight into Irish social life through the centuries. However, reading to hallmarks on a piece can seem daunting to the new collector. This is a short guide to understanding what the marks mean, and. HOW TO READ ENGLISH / BRITISH STERLING SILVER MARKS THE UK SYSTEM OF HALLMARKS From the end of the 12th century the craft of silversmith has been regulated in conformity with Royal Ordinances and Acts of the Parliament.

In England the craft was regulated by the Guild of Goldsmiths at London and in Ireland by the Guild of Dublin. OTHER MARKS Duty Marks. The Sovereign’s Head indicated that Duty had been paid on an item.

It was struck from 2 nd December to 30 th April During this period a variable tax was levied on all silver and gold assayed in Great Britain. In Dublin the Sovereign’s Head Duty Mark was used from and in Glasgow from It should be.

For a list of Irish silver date letters, please see this page: Antique and Modern Silver Date Letters. The harp crowned is the symbol is the Dublin Assay office and tells us that the piece was assayed there. As with date letters, the shape of the surround of this mark can change from cycle to cycle, and indeed in some cases even mid-cycle.

Antique Irish Silver Harp Brooch H&H, Dublin A lovely antique Irish silver brooch in the form of the Irish harp. The harp is decorated with traditional Celtic motifs, in the traditional manner. The hallmarks are clear, except Hibernia who is only partially visible. Irish Silver Easter Rising 50th Anniversary Dish, Related Irish Pages at com: Dublin Date Letters & Makers' Marks.

Irish Retailer Marks Masters and Wardens of the Goldsmiths' Company of Dublin - out of 5 stars English Silver Hall Marks. Reviewed in the United States on July 4, Verified Purchase. This is a very handy, easy to use guide to the main English, Edinburgh and Dublin Silver Hall Marks in good quality paper-back form.

It covers also a good deal of Silverplate, Gold and Platinum & Sheefield plate. A Dealer's and /5(25). Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; pages; p, 8 plates (in col): ill.

; 24cm. Includes illus. of marks of goldsmiths and silversmiths of Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Belfast and Galway, and the hall-marks on Irish silver.

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The assay office marks of Edinburgh and Glasgow. The two main assay offices in Scotland were based in Edinburgh and Glasgow. The marks that were placed on silver assayed here followed the same rules as the English assay offices except for one notable difference; instead of a Lion Passant to indicate the standard they used a Thistle in Edinburgh and a Lion Rampant in Glasgow.Hall-marks on Dublin silver, Kurt Ticher Read.

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