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The department was already long established by then, beginning with Tiffany’s acquisition of John C. Moore, New York’s most prominent silversmith, in 1851.
Thomas R. Whitney, the son of a silversmith who opened his own shop, wrote the magnum opus of the Know Nothings, A Defense of the American Policy.
Georg Arthur Jensen (1866-1935) was trained in fine arts and began working as a silversmith in 1904.
A cultural option is the visit to the nearby gaucho town of San Antonio de Areco known for its famed and masterful silversmiths.
I'm descended from a Philadelphia silversmith whose grandparents came over from England in the 1600s.
This piece was made by Paul de Lamerie, the leading silversmith in 18th- century England, appointed as goldsmith to the king in 1716.
This, together with the belongings brought over by new immigrants from Spain and Italy, as well as goods made by highly qualified Uruguayan silversmiths and woodworkers, led to the city’s bounty of collectibles.
Brooks told the story of Simon Chaudron, explaining that this master silversmith was the first to use sterling silver as the standard.
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before 12th century
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