CATHLYN AND SIMON DAVIDSON
John and Samuel Richardson: Seventeenth-century goldsmiths, their marks and work
The paper trail of eighteenth-century retailers
The James II coronation cup and the culture of gifts and perquisites in Stuart and Hanoverian coronations.
Patterns of occupation around Goldsmiths’ Hall.
Chinese Yixing stoneware teapots as a source of English silver design 1675-1830
“These six sheets of paper”. Some biographical insights from the will of Thomas Heming
George Smith of Huggin Lane: a Georgian silver bucklemaker…
English silversmiths and goldsmiths in Canada during the eighteenth century
Towards the Patriotic Fund
Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada. Recent Acquisitons: Posy holders…
More light on the Liberty Cymric metalwork venture. An evaluation of the contribution of Oliver Baker.
Silver in medieval probate inventories of the diocese of York