30 items found

Some marks of the Exeter, Plymouth, Barnstaple, Cornish and Somerset goldsmiths (1979)

R. S. J. Rendle

Exeter and West country silver: a register of goldsmiths, silversmiths and jewellers in the West Country from 1700-1900 with hallmarks and makers' marks (2014)

Miles Harrison

Withycombe Raleigh cup and cover (1928)

[Two mugs and one cup] (c.1947)

Silver cup (1920)

R. B. M-

Evidence for the export of Exeter silverwares to South Africa, Jersey, Jamaica and India (1994)

Nicholas Du Quesne-Bird

Documentary silver relating to mining and refining in the West Country (1994)

Nicholas Du Quesne-Bird

Silver-gilt Salt of State presented to King Charles II. by the Corporation of the City of Exeter, 1660. (c.1910)

Silver plain small teapot with wooden handle: Made by Sampson Bennett. Hallmarked in Exeter, 1759 ([1911?])

Silver tankard with cover: Made by Peter Elliott of Dartmouth and hallmarked in Exeter in 1738 ([1912?])

Silver plain tankard: Made by Edward Suger. Hallmarked in Exeter, 1717. ([1912?)

Silver seal-top spoon: Made by Edward Anthony and hallmarked in Exeter, circa 1645 ([1911])

Silver rat-tail spoon with transitional handle: Made by Edward Sweet of Dunster and hallmarked in Exeter in 1716 ([1911?])

Silver rat tail spoon: Made by Peter Elliott of Dartmouth, and hallmarked in Exeter in 1731 ([1911?])

Silver 6 in. plain circular salver on three claw feet: Made by John Elston. allmarked in Exeter in 1720 Now in Exeter Museum ([1911?])

Silver fluted Queen Anne Porringer: Made by John Elston. Hallmarked in Exeter in 1712. Now in the Exeter Museum. ([1912?])

Silver fluted and chased drinking mug: Maker's mark "J.O". Hallmarked in Exeter 1706 ([1911?])

St. Petrock, Exeter.: Chalice and paten-cover, silver-gilt, made in Exeter, and dated 1572. About actual size. Petrox Exon pricked on bowl; Maker's mark John Ions or Jons on cover and rim. (1912)

F.R Rowley

St. Petrock, Exeter.: Chalice and paten-cover, silver-gilt, made in Exeter, and dated 1572. About actual size. Petrox Exon pricked on bowl. Maker's mark John Ions or Jons on cover and rim. (1912)

F.R Rowley

Catalogue of a remarkable collection of 16th and 17th century provincial silver spoons ... (1935)

Marks of Barnstaple and Exeter goldsmiths by R.S.Rendle (1972)

R. S. J. Rendle

Channel Islands silver: catalogue of the 1978 Channel Islands silver exhibition (1978)

Exeter silver ([1974?)

Early West Country spoons from the Corfield collection ([1977])

T. A. Kent

Channel Islands silver (1985)

Richard Mayne

Some observations on the silversmiths of Barnstaple and the marks ... particular reference to Robert Mathew and John Quirke (1980)

R. S. J. Rendle

Some further observations on the goldsmiths and silversmiths of Barnstaple and the marks ... found on the plate made by them (1983)

R. S. J. Rendle

West country silver spoons and their makers 1550-1750 (1992)

Timothy Arthur Kent

Exeter and West Country silver (1978)

Catalogue of Exeter silver ([1975])