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Index C

Cabaret, Michael: 14/66
Cabral, Father Antonio: 12/23
Cacchione: 2/105
Cachart:

Elias 9/603
John 10/58
Cadboll, Ross-shire: 6/317
Cadogan, 4th Earl: 11/134
Cadogan, Lord 22/38
Café:

John 12/39, 20/88, 20/131, 26/45
William 2/88, 20/88, 20/131, 23/28, 26/45
Caillate, Estienne: 12/123
Cairns & Frears: 10/78, 10/91, 21/75
Calcot:

/Colcot/ Calcott [broker/pawnbroker] 18/87
John (Athlone) 15/81
Calcutta: 10/117, 28/150
Calcuvey, William: 11/250
Caldecott:

George & Thomas 7/342, 7/350, 10/77, 12/50
William 12/109
Calder, Sir Robert: 6/315
Calderwood, Robert: 8/508, 16/100, 19/173
Caldwell, J.E. & Co: 21/112
Calendar: 12/147, 14/146

French/Roman 9/545
Julian and Gregorian 11/127, 11/162
Regnal years 11/127, 11/250
Scottish 13/52
see Assay year
Callard family Isaac, Paul, Judith: 10/63,
10/65
Calliat, T-J. Armand: 5/244
Callow, Joshua: 7/344, 7/350
Calverley, Sir Walter: 8/489
Calvert:

Ian 1/51, 15/150, 19/173
John 21/93
Justin 15/150
Caly, John: 11/154
Camberwell Art College: 15/126
Cambery, Stephen: 4/174
Cambridge: cricket trophies 27/68
Cambridge Colleges:

17th c invoice 15/31
17th c plate 15/27
Churchill 12/146
Corpus Christi 15/164
Emmanuel 9/608, 25/35
New 9/609
Pembroke 15/153, 25/14
Peterhouse 15/24
St John’s 12/75
see Oxford, Presentation plate
Cambridge, Duke of: 7/364, 7/368, 8/523, 14/35, 23/36, 23/74,
Cambridge, Adolphus Frederick Duke of 28/97

Camden:
/Campden/Cambden [watchmaker] 18/88
Earl 16/125
Campaign plate 22/6
Campbell:

& Coutts 11/138
Alexander 14/81-3
Colin 14/81-2
David 14/82
John 14/82, 14/85
John, 1st Earl of Breadalbane 28/134
R 14/110
Campeggio, Cardinal: 8/444
Campion, Richard: 16/44
Camrose, Viscount: 13/65
Canada:

Catton family 27/63-64
Emigration to 26/69
English silversmiths in 26/69
Canadian silver 23/69, 23/83
Candlestick:

makers 26/44
parts illustrated: 11/199, 11/201, 11/203
Boulton and Fothergill 28/113
Canner:
Christopher II 12/152, 21/84, 26/44
Canning, George: 13/106
Canongate:

Apprenticeships 14/85
Hammermen of 13/55
Canons Ashby 27/17
Cantemir, Prince: 8/489, 8/493
Canton, Samuel: 13/18, 13/24
Capacity of holloware: 16/41, 16/138
Capel, Lord: 9/540
Capell, Edward: 15/33
Capper:

Palmer & Co 10/89
William 5/243
Carat see Assay, Standard
Carby, George W.: 6/279
Cardheilac, Ernest 22/78
Cardonnel, Adam 22/12
Careless, Robert: 12/107
Carème: 12/60
Carey:

Daniel 13/46
Edward 26/10
Carhampton, Earl of: 14/32
Cario, William: 8/451
Carl, Hans: 16/56
Carlier, Jacob: 3/47
Carlill, John: 11/186
Carlisle

Earl/Countess of 6/309, 7/422, 8/482, 8/484, 11/137, 11/172, 12/115-17, 12/123, 15/48, 15/51, 26/8
Earl of, Charles Howard 26/8
Carlisle House, Soho Square 28/159

Carlyle, Jane: 12/60
Carmalt/Cormal [broker/pawnbroker]: 18/91
Carmarthen, Marquess of: 13/104
Carmo, Ourivesaria do: 16/19
Caroline Matilda, of Denmark: 11/139
Caron, Peter 26/23
Caroni family: 5/208
Carpender/Carpenter: John 18/88
Carpenter,

David 26/62
Charles H 173

Carpenter-Garnier: 12/125
Carpenters, Society of: 5/244
Carr

Alwyn 17/37
Jonathan (Sheffield) 15/87
Carrington & Co: 11/227, 11/246, 17/34, 17/43
Carrol, Charles: 20/89
Carroll, Lewis 27/106
Carron Ironworks: 12/33
Carter:

Anthony 19/68
Edward 18/88
John 6/313, 8/522, 9/553, 12/3/6, 13/113*, 22/158, 23/28, 23/29
Lawrence 13/104
Mrs 16/132
Cartier: 5/244
collection 2/69
Nicole 22/15
Louis 28/99
Cartlitch, John: 12/108
Cartony, Robert: 2/94
Cartor, John: 11/153
Cartouches: see armorials, engraving
Cartwright:

Benjamin II 9/603
George 11/147-8, 11/151
[goldsmith] 18/88
Jarvas 12/118
John 2/88
Cary, Daniel: 9/561
Carysfort, Baron: 13/105

Casemaker: 11/205, 11/245
Cases for silver 28/111, 28/116
Casino di S.Marco: 14/93
Casse, Maison J.: 16/18
Cassel, Sir Ernest 19/165
Cassidy, Mr: 11/154
Casteels, Lewis: 19/46
Castelfranc, Peter 22/47
Castellani family: 19/172
Caster makers 26/44
Casting, illustration of details: 6/275, 14/108,

14/112-4, 14/120
Castle Howard: 8/481
see Castles
Castle, Peter: 13/115*
Castlemaine, Countess of: 12/112
Castlereagh, Lord: 14/19
Castlereagh, Viscount: 15/168
Castles:

Huntly 13/82
Lyon 13/82
Castleton, Earl of: 12/120
Catalogues:

Cost of items 11/228
Illustrations 11/229
see Advertisements, Cost of plate, Design, Shopkeeping, Trade cards illustrated
Catchpole & Williams: 2/87, 21/13
Cater family: 8/456
Catherine:

of Aragon 8/440, 8/444
of Braganza 4/164, 12/113
Catherine II Empress of Russia 28/37

Catholic: 19/46, 27/89
Church 15/10
Eloi 15/7
Finland 25/84
Patrons 8/487, 8/498, 15/7
Scots in Canada 23/89
Silversmiths 8/487, 8/498, 14/90, 15/7
see Church plate, Chapel plate
Cats, Jacot: 14/117
Catton:

Charles 21/20, 21/75, 23/22 (correction)
Catton family (Gibraltar) 27/62
Cauchoy, William 28/21

Cauty (auctioneer): 7/357

Cave, Sarah: 13/9
Cavelier: 10/111

Cavendish:
Lord George 7/suppl
Lords Frederick and George 21/91
Cawdell, William: 9/559-64
Cawley, Robert: 19/165
Cawthorn, Samuel: 18/15, 18/19, 18/33, 18/88
Cayter, John: 12/105
Cecil, Sir Robert: 13/50
Ceharchies, Claude: 5/246
Celle, Duke of: 19/109
Cellini, Benvenuto: 5/213, 12/151, 15/40
Celtic style 26/110
Central School of Arts & Crafts: 14/8-9,

15/126, 15/150
Ceramics:
Chinese 26/51
English 26/53
See: porcelain
Chabbert/Chabbart /Chabert, John: 18/88
Chace, John: 7/377
Chad [jeweller]: 18/88
Chadsey, Edward: 11/146
Chadwick, Lynn: 5/218
Chaffers, William: 7/360, 15/114, 19/145, 23/116
Chaffey, James 26/72
Chainmaker: Bentley, John 12/50
Challicombe, William: 15/23-4
Chalmers, Lewis: 14/84
Chaloner:

Edward 25/34
Thomas 25/34
Chamberlain, Valentine: 10/27
Chambers:

[broker/pawnbroker] 18/89
[goldsmith/banker] 18/89
Abraham 27/100
John 14/100-1
Robert 14/96
Sir William 7/335, 7/345, 9/608, 10/98
William 16/141
Chancery:
case: Brathwaite v Tayleure 26/25
Court of/Division: 10/97
Chandelier:
(Design) 8/484
Genevieve 14/146
Channel Islands: 9/538, 10/12
Export to 4/135
abbreviated/ChIsl
Channer [? Chawner], Wm & Thos: 13/114*
Chapel plate: 19/78, 23/146, (20th c) 23/41
Chapel plate, colonial 28/24

Chapel Royal
of the Mowhawks, Deseronto, Ontario 28/33
of the Six Nations, Brantford, Ontario 28/33

Chapelle, Vincent La 22/124, 22/129
Chapels, see Nonconformism
Chaplin, Sir Robert: 12/86
Chapman, Francis: 6/257
Chardon [jeweller]: 18/89

James 22/41
Charitable appeals: (late 18th c) 26/77
Charities: 18/23
Charity, Royal bounty: 19/75
Charity, recipients of:

Denziloe 16/129
Charles:
II, Coronation 7/370, 26/34
V 8/437, 8/442
Edward Stuart, Prince 8/499
Charleston: 19/15
Charlotte, Queen: 19/170
Charlton, John: 11/134
Charlwood, Robert: 10/75
Charpenat, Jean-Pierre: 14/141
Chartered Accountants, Institute of: 19/149
Chartier, John: 4/120, 4/177, 12/125, 12/147,
18/23, 19/165
Chartres, Richard: 17/3
Chase, Marian Emma: 4/161
Chasers: 3/135

(At Soho) 7/342
Abbott 13/129
Barker 10/99, 10/101
Brodie 13/130
Burges, Thomas 14/64
Byron, Nicholas 11/142
Caney 10/99
Coyte, George 7/337-8
Harrison 10/98
Hodges, Edward 22/56
Hooker, William 22/56
Houle 10/98
Houle, John 6/282
Hunt, J.S. 6/282
Lacy 10/99
Lister, Thomas 8/485
‘Maynard Master’ 20/70
Mogdridge, George & Charles 6/283
Molière, James 14/69
Moore, Andrew 11/181
Seagrave 10/98
Sleider, John 19/46
Wyon, George 22/56
see Craftsmen, Trades, Workshop
Chasing:
(17th c) 7/371, 16/29
Detail illustrated: (c1550) 5/202, (c1860) 5/207
see Techniques
Chastelain, Théodore: 15/59
Chater, Eliezer: 12/106
Chatsworth House: 16/153
Chaumet: 1/4, 4/175
Chavane, F.: 6/270
Chavigni, ? De: 20/27
Chawner:

& Co 6/284, 8/511-12
Henry 16/127, 21/62
Family 25/33
Henry & Thomas 13/110
Th & Wm 22/48
William 10/63, 26/59
William II 8/512, 9/603,
see Channer 13/114*
Chaworth, Viscount: 15/64
Cheape/Choap, Robert: 14/80
Cheapside: 19/124, 25/86, 25/95

Hoard 14/141, 16/151
Cheare, Abraham: 12/120-1
Cheaube, Pierre le: 10/59, 11/142
Chelsea:

Hospital 12/125
Porcelain 22/26
Porcelain, Mecklenberg service 21/3
Chenear:
[goldsmith] 18/89
[toyman] 18/89
Chenevix:
Elizabeth 14/73-4, 16/117, 26/19
Paul Daniel 16/117, 26/17, 27/111
Chenu, Michael: 14/73
Cheret, J.B.F.: 6/265
Chéron, Louis 25/66
Chernichev, Count: 19/83
Cherry, Norman: 16/10
Chesholm, Colin: 14/81
Chester: 4/145, 7/409, 8/520, 8/524, 14/129-31, 14/143, 21/43, 26/5
Chesterfield:

Earl of 6/298, 6/310, 7/389
Philip Stanhope, 4th Earl 20/17, 20/20, 20/25, 20/28, 20/41, 20/133, 10/69, 10/113, 11/134-5, 11/138, 26/21, 22/5, 22/39, 26/21
Cheston:
Richard 16/33
Thomas 15/116
Chevalier, maitre: 6/300
Chicheley:
Sir Thomas 15/31, 15/52
William 19/122
Chichester:
Lady Catherine 11/160
William 19/122
Chick brothers: 15/150
Chieregato, Francesco: 8/436, 8/439
Child:
& Co 7/381, 7/384-5, 7/suppl, 12/113
Sir Francis 8/491, 11/173, 12/113, 14/102, 18/89
Josiah 12/117
China, trade with 26/41
China Terrace, Lambeth 25/101
Chinese:

Export silver 26/52
Metalwork 12/150
Export silver 26/52
stoneware teapots 26/50
Trade 10/72
Chinoiserie: 4/164, 10/14, 14/98, 26/50, 26/41, 26/50
beaker 26/11
monteith 26/40
tankard 26/11
Chippindall, Richard 22/51
Chirac/Cherack [jeweller]: 18/89
Chirne [goldsmith]: 18/89
Chiswick School: 11/224
Chocolate House: 14/65
Choiseul, Duc de: 19/173
Chomley, Sir Hugh: 11/237
Chowns, Mary 26/23
Christ Church, Spitalfields: 5/250
Christensen, Ane: 14/132, 16/8, 16/11, 16/80, 21/122
Christian VI of Denmark 22/131
Christian liturgy: 15/9
Christie’s: 10/7, 20/130
Christofle: 13/135

C.H. & Co 27/5
Chudleigh, Elizabeth, Countess of Bristol 28/36

Church
St Paul, Halifax, Nova Scotia 28/24
St Paul’s Hammersmith 28/155
St Martin-in-the-Fields 28/153
St Nicholas’s Chiswick 28/155
Savoy French church in the Strand 28/153

Church [broker/pawnbroker]: 18/89
Church of Scotland,

liturgy and calendar: 15/9
Church plate: 11/248, 12/80, 14/87, 15/19, 16/64,16/150, 21/59
(16th c) 3/7, 3/9, 8/441, 9/572
(17th c) 7/370
(18th c) 7/338
(19th c) 8/481-2
(20th c) 10/104
(20th cent, Canada) 25/5
(21st cent) 27/89
Advertisements 19/12
American 14/146
Barbados 11/137
Bermuda 11/137
Blackwell, Richard I & II 15/40-4
Bonnor, John, 15/129
Canada 23/87
Chester 23/146
Clarfeld & Springmeyer 19/165
Contemporary 16/153
Crosiers 19/107
Dublin 7/365,11/148, 11/158-67
Farmington, Conn 19/170
Finland 25/85
French Hospital 25/70
German protestant 19/112
Gloucestershire 16/47
Heming, Thomas 26/59
In provinces 3/4, 4/145, 9/538, 9/581, 10/20
Ker, James 27/37
Lincoln 11/185
Nonconformist 4/146
Northampton, Mass 19/173
Palencia 11/233
Portugal 12/18
Puiforcat, Jean 15/148
Recusant 3/11, 9/582
Richardson family (of Chester) 26/5
Rome 12/18
Silver and the Church (2004 exhibition
catalogue): J17
St John’s Kirk 15/168
St Mang, Füssen 19/107
Stone, R.E. 15/152
see Catholic, Chapel, Judaica
Churches: not individually listed:
see Church plate, Nonconformist plate
Churchill, John (Marlborough) 22/5
Churchouse:
George I 3/17-18, 3/29, 3/30
George II 3/18, 3/29
Chute, Challenr: 12/117
Cinque Ports: 11/136

Barons of 26/32
Lord Warden of 26/33
Circello, Marchese di: 11/139
Cirencester: 16/51
Cistern, Jernegan: 8/487
Ciucci, Matteo: 12/20
Civic plate: 15/31-2, 22/27, 22/67

Bristol 15/84
Faversham 15/31, 15/34
Gloucester 16/49
Jersey 9/539
Kinsale 7/364
Lifford 5/205
London 8/470
Norwich 21/78
Rochester 19/48
Salisbury 3/15, 3/18, 3/31, 3/50
Windsor 15/39
Scottish 28/120
see Livery Companies, Oxford, Cambridge Presentation, Universities
Civil War : 1/236, 15/19
Clancarty, Earl of: 13/128, 14/20
Clanwilliam, Earl of: 7/422
Clare:

Earl of 21/27
Joseph 21/84
William 10/24
Clarence House: 14/5
Clarence, Duke of: 13/103, 13/107, 26/80
Clarendon, Earl of: 13/104
Clark:

Ann 26/68
[broker/pawnbroker] 18/89
Christopher 18/12
Close plate 15/116
Francis 12/68-75
Jonathan (Edinburgh) 15/87
Purdon 2/65
Sterling & Francine 4/115
Thomas & Co 12/76
[watchmaker] 18/89, 18/90
William 26/67
Clarke:
David 14/141, 16/11, 21/22, 21/122
Jno 15/92
Julia, New Geneva 19/18
William 11/161
Clausen, Nicholas: 4/167, 11/135, 28/42
Clay: 13/112*

Charles 8/498
[watchmaker] 18/90
Claydon, F.J.: 19/154
Clay’s (baked paper): 12/44
Clayton:

Anthony 9/596
David II 9/590
Family 19/132
John 9/590
Michael 2/103
Samuel 13/31, 13/39
Cleaning of plate: 7/382, 7/suppl, 8/477, 16/102
(18th c) 19/21, 23/68
(19th c) 23/68
(20th c) 22/75
Frosting 22/35
see Alterations to plate, Invoices, Techniques
Cleaver, Samuel: 7/396
Clee, Robert: 7/339
Cleghorne, Edward: 13/87
Clement XI, Pope: 12/18
Clement, Joseph (Cologne) 22/12
Clements:

Eric 1/3, 14/8, 14/141, 16/5,16/7, 16/11
Theophilus 11/206
Clere, Tobias 26/34
Cleve, Corneille van: 20/77
Cleveland:

Duke of: 8/498
Grover 25/19
Clevo, John: 16/38
Clients of:

Wakelin & Tayler 21/87
Clifford:
Helen 26/17, 26/66, 28/49
Lord (Chudleigh) 8/498
Lady 12/117
Clifton:
John 11/147-8, 11/150-3, 13/76
Jonas 18/90
Clockmakers’ Company: 10/29
Clonmel: 13/31
Clore, Sir Charles: 6/308
Close plate: 12/41, 15/114

Manufacturers 15/116
see Plated wares, Techniques
Cloth of Gold 26/41
Clothing: 18/8, 18/23

Goldsmiths’ Company gowns 18/8, 18/23
Clothworkers’ Company: 15/32,18/22
Clovill, Humfrey: 16/46
Cluatt, James: 16/32
Clubs:

Beefsteak 14/65
Ministerial 14/65
Rose & Crown 19/56
Cluny, Louis: 13/120
Clutterbuck: 13/114*
Coal (for snuffboxes): 12/30
Coaster, jolly boat 25/76

Coates, Kevin: 2/105, 5/218, 5/222, 7/429,
12/151, 13/11
Cobb:
Frank & Co Ltd 22/70
Frank & Son 23/17
Cobbett, William 26/56
Cobbold, William: 9/561, 11/185, 14/88-9
Cobham, Henry 26/33
Cobham Hall, Kent: 15/30
Cochin, Charles-Nicolas: 11/196
Cochrane, John: 14/83
Cockayne, William 28/6

Cockburn, James: 6/318, 13/81, 27/40
Cocke, Captain: 12/114

Cockett/Crokat/Croket [broker/pawnbroker] 18/92
Cockfield, Moses: 6/280
Cocks, Skinners’ Company 28/5
Cockus, John: 7/375-6
Codman, W.C.: 6/323
Codrington, Sir William 22/10
Coffee Houses: 14/96

see Chocolate House
Coffen, E.: 6/315
Coffin plate: 7/380
Coffin, Edmund: 8/485
Coggan, John: 4/132, 4/134
Cohen, R.& Son: 7/359
Cohr, Carl: 10/111
Coinage: 1/39-40, 9/595, 11/236

1697 Exchange 6/261
American 13/30
Australian 2/72
Channel Islands 9/540

Clipping 15/76
Counter-marked 11/218
dinar counter-stamped 27/59
Dublin 11/146
For melt 12/50
from treasure 23/118
Gibraltar token 27/63
Standard of 9/533
see Assay, Banking, Bullion, Cost of plate, Currency, Mint, Pyx
Coining: 12/108
Cointe, John Robert le: 12/103
Cok, William: 15/171
Coke:

Lady Mary 21/93
Sir Edward 19/132
Thomas 9/552, 10/60, 20/39, 20/41, 20/43, 21/36
see Leicester
Coker, Ebenezer: 4/122, 8/510
Cokkie, James: 13/53
Colborne, William: 15/23
Cole:

[broker/pawnbroker] 18/90
Henry 27/5
[jeweller] 18/90
Coles:
Henry 26/72
Lawrence: 4/154, 13/94, 26/9
Coley:
Lave 26/67
Simeon II 26/67
Colier, Henry 22/42
Collan, John 26/115
Collar of SS: 16/67, 16/73-4
Collecting (includes attitudes to): 4/115-16,

7/357, 7/429, 8/514, 10/7, 12/53, 12/59, 19/147-8
by museums 16/5
see Antiquarianism, Contemporary, Patronage, Use of plate
Collections:
Gilbert 28/110
Gilbert, Al 26/96
Gilbert, Rosalinde and Arthur 26/11
Gouinlock, Margaret 26/51
Kenber, Bilgi 26/96
Thyssen-Bornemisza 28/65
Untermeyer 28/181
Collectors, Society of (Glasgow): 11/214
College plate: see Individual university,

Presentation plate, Universities
Collet/Caley[broker/pawnbroker]: 18/88
Collier:

Bernard 11/224
[broker/pawnbroker] 18/88
John 26/35
Joseph 13/104, 13/107
Collingwood: Viscount 1/29, 26/91
Collins:

David 2/71
Joseph 18/13
/Rollins[broker/pawnbroker] 18/120
Thomas (Taunton) 15/88
Collinson, G.M.: 12/136
Colly/Colley [watchmaker]: 18/90
Colonial silver:

Marrow scoops 9/604
West Indies 15/79
see Individual countries
Cologne
Elector of 22/12
Mark 22/139
See Weight
Colouring (gold) 22/31
Colpoys, Sir John: 13/104, 13/106
Colquhoun of Luss, Ludovick – see Grant
Colson, William: 11/185-6
Combermere, Viscount: 6/300
Comely, Mrs 28/159
Comets:

(1681) 3/47
(1811) 4/121
Comment: see {tab} Regular features
Commissioners 16th c: see Church plate
Communion cup, use of: 14/87

see Church plate
Comper, Henry: 13/115*
Competitions:

Goodwin (Sheffield) 22/67
Compleat Appraiser: 15/97
Compton, Lady Elizabeth: 7/suppl
Confectioner 22/30
Conine, John: 11/193
Connecticut church plate: 14/146
Connell, W.B., G.L., and family: 11/223-9
Connemara marble 26/104
Conner, Angela: 115/67
Connor, Thomas: 11/154
Conroy, Rachel: The work and legacy of the Sheffield Artcrafts Guild 23/47
Construction methods:

Silver and silver plate 114
Consuls: Calais, Boulogne: 4/134
Contemporary

(1945-2009) 1/24, 2/105, 4/173, 5/217, 5/222, 7/419, 7/422, 8/517, 9/579, 9/617, 10/103, 12/150, 13/4, 13/9-10, 13/134, 14/5, 14/132, 15/166, 16/5, 16/13, 16/19, 16/80, 16/153, 19/147, 19/149, 19/151, 19/160, 21/22-3, 21/122, 21/127, 23/18
Applied Art gallery 16/9
Art Society 16/5
DVD (2008) 23/147
York 16/152
see Individual makers, New work
Contemporary silver
(1945-2009) 27/74, 27/91
(post 2010) 27/89, 27/91
Conti, Duchess Girolama: 23/117
Conyers/Conyars/Collier/Connier [watchmaker]: 18/90
Conyngham, Marchioness of: 14/39, 26/54
Cook:

Abraham 12/32-3
Daniel 15/92
John 13/29
Richard 14/140, 15/161
Robert 18/90
Cooke:
Sir Geo 13/113*
Richard 10/98-9, 11/208
William 11/143-4, 11/146, 11/164, 12/80
Robert 18/90
Thomas 28/57
Cookery:
(17th c) 15/49
(18th c) 21/26, 20/19
see Use of plate
Cookson:
[broker/pawnbroker] 18/90
Isaac (Newcastle) 9/535-7, 14/145, 26/23
Coombe, Miss: 13/113*
Coomber, Tara: 12/5
Cooper:

& Fisher 8/522
[broker/pawnbroker] 18/91
Bros &Sons 16/148, 22/70
Dr 13/112*
George 14/84
Gislingham 8/468, 8/474
Gissingham 18/91
John 14/84, 26/11
John Paul 12/150-1, 15/126, 16/6, 26/110
Matthew 6/323, 23/27
Richard 19/49
Robert 8/468, 8/471, 22/22, 22/45, 26/40
Samuel 15/86
[watchmaker] 18/91
Cooques:
Jean-Gerard 19/146
John 23/120
Cooqus see Cockus
Coote, Henry: 19/125
Cope:

Erasmus 11/161, 11/166, 16/96
John 11/148, 11/151
Sir John 27/18
Copland, Henry 26/44
Copley, Sir Joseph: 21/92
Coppens, Hermanus 22/10
Copper plate, Goldsmiths’ Hall 26/5
Copyright depository 26/108
Corals 28/52

Corbin, Donna and Malenka, Sally, A Magnificent Deception: the re-evaluation of a pot à oille in the collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art 28/62

Corboult: 13/113*
Corbridge Lanx: 6/326
Cork: 11/153, 16/91

1st Earl: 13/33
Angela 16/9
Corkscrews: 11/253
Corner/Connor [jeweller]: 18/91
Cornfute, James: 14/80, 14/86
Cornman:

Henry 8/459, 8/481
Philip 8/481, 9/616
Cornock, Edward: 9/610, 26/45
Cornwallis, Frederick: 4/118
Coronation: 14/138

Canopy 14/102
Cost of 11/136
Dinner (1685) 20/19
Edward VIII 23/51
George VI 23/51
James II cup 26/32
Stuart & Hanoverian perquisites 26/32
see Crown jewels, Regalia
Corporation plate: see Civic plate
Corpus Christi, festival and procession of 28/7
Corrections and notes to previously published

articles: 23/22
see {tab} Regular features
Corry, Henry 26/72
Corsier/Courtier [jeweller]: 18/91
Corsley, William (Gloucester): 2/74, 4/146,

16/47
Cortelazzo, Antonio: 9/615, 13/138, 15/168-70,
16/147
Cortlan & Co: 21/112
Cory, Thomas: 10/22
Cosin, John: 15/24; 15/34
Cost of plate (includes exchange/credit/sale):

16/131
(15th c) 16/70
(16th c) 8/439-42; (gold) 16/38, 16/39
(17th c) 4/164, 6/257-9, 7/369, 10/24, 12/111, 13/35, 13/82, 15/20, 15/50
(18th c) 2/63, 4/166, 6/262, 15/97, 22/28, 22/33, 22/106; (gold) 6/262, 7/337, 7/344, 7/385, 7/409, 7/suppl, 8/501, 8/474, 8/465, 8/478-9, 9/544-5, 9/553, 9/611, 10/60, 10/77, 10/97, 10/99, 12/33, 12/35-6, 12/48, 12/53, 12/57, 20/18, 20/43, 21/88
12/86 (gold), 12/106, 13/89, 13/96, 13/99, 13/109, 14/91, 15/120
(18th c) 27/24, 27/31
(18th c) Scotland 19/55
(19th c) 2/112, 6/323, 7/366, 7/suppl, 8/484, (gold) 8/504, 10/117, 12/59, 13/128, 23/53
(20th c) 4/140, 7/359, 12/140
America (18th c) 20/96
Boulton service 16/138, 19/19
Bullion 12/33
Candlesticks 11/204-6
Chandelier, Fishmongers’ Company 27/27
Cleaning (17th c) 7/382
Continental 9/576
Criminal records 15/79
Designs/models 7/341, 8/484-5
Duty (18th c) 20/27, 22/106, (19th c) 22/111
Edinburgh 27/40
Elkington & Co 19/8
Engraving (17th c) 3/18, 6/261, 12/122, 15/22
Engraving (18th c) 2/63, 4/166, 6/263, 7/389, 7/409, 7/suppl, 8/472, 9/536, 9/611, 10/55, 22/28
Engraving (1743) 19/50
Engraving seals (mid 18th c) 19/62
Engraving (19th c) 7/suppl
Fashioning 11/152, 12/49, 12/122, (1743) 19/50
Germany 13/96
Gilding 11/163
Gloucester 16/48
Gold boxes 13/104
Imported to UK (18th c) 20/24
Jews cup 22/28
Kingston, Duke of 20/127
Ledgers, Shopkeeping
Leith race trophies 27/44, 27/47
Masonic 19/17
Nell Gwyn’s bed 23/120
Nonconformist 21/68
Ormonde, dukes of 23/124
Paktong 12/39
(per oz): (16th c) 3/13, 4/124; (17th c) 6/260-1, 6/257; (1697 coin) 6/261, 7/369, 10/31, 11/172, 12/113, 12/130; 15/48; (18th c) 4/166, 2/63, 6/260, 6/262-64, 16/138-9; (19th c) 7/366; (gold) 6/262, 7/409, 7/suppl, 11/138-9 12/46, 12/49, 12/85
Paston collection (17th c) 19/135
per ounce (1743) 19/50; (1777) 19/21; (1800) 19/38
Plated wares 12/33
Regalia 22/27
Repair (16th c) 3/7
Repair (19th c) 8/465
Royal (18th c) Marine Service 21/26-7
Service (1770s ) 19/20, 19/38
Sheffield Plate 16/139
Snuffboxes 12/31, 19/63
Toilet set (18th c) 20/51, 23/117
Wages (20th c) 19/151
Wakelin & Tayler 21/87
Workshop output 12/140
see Accounts, Alterations to plate, Assay, Bullion, Catalogues, Customs, Inventories, Invoices, Ledgers, Melting of silver, Shopkeeping, Wills
Costs of making silver 28/54, 28/79
Coste, Peter la: 10/75
Costly see Corsley, William
Costume: 8/436, 10/80

(18th c) 16/46, 21/137; Court 20/54, 20/106
see Smallwork, Toymakers
Cosway salt: 5/205
Cotehele, Cornwall: 6/305
Cotelle, Jean: 14/120
Cotson, John: 16/44-5
Cotterill, Edmund: 10/115, 27/5
Cotton, Michel 26/70
Counterfeiting: 15/76
Coupland & Williams: 10/86
Cour, William de la: 20/42

Courland, Duke of: 12/148
Court:

Augmentations 27/18
Documents, Saxony and Bavaria 20/106
Goldsmiths, of Chancery 8/488
see Jewel House Office, Royal
Courtauld:
Augustine 9/542, 9/614, 11/256, 4/162, 21/36, 28/38
Courtaux/Courtould, Augustine 18/91, 22/42
Louisa (& Cowles, G.) 4/180, 5/250, 6/313, 7/338-9, 15/161
Family 9/609, 15/159, 16/151
Samuel 13/138, 28/49
Courtenay, Sir William: 13/104
Courtney & Tennent: 21/110
Cousin, Isaac: 10/59, 11/142
Couts, Alexander: 19/51
Coutts:
David 14/85
Heirlooms 7/364, 7/368
Coventry:
Corporation 15/31, 15/34
Lady 7/389, 7/suppl
Lord 14/143
William 12/112
Cowdray, John: 11/185-6
Cowell, William: 21/63
Cowie, Thomas: 12/33
Cowley, John Lodge: 16/13
Cowper
:
Henry (Gibraltar) 27/55, 27/60
Lord: 14/143
Cox:
& Sons 15/161
James 10/72, 10/76, 12/104-9, 12/151, 15/168, 21/74
James 25/80
John 3/46, 3/54, 13/24
Richard 3/46, 6/273
Robert Albion 10/72-6, 12/33, 12/36, 12/47-8, 12/52, 12/108, 23/83, 23/94, 26/45
Trenchard 16/6
[watchmaker] 18/91
Coyte:
George [& Co] 7/337-8, 7/387, 7/391
Joseph 7/338
Cradock & Reid: 10/100-1
Craftsmen:

Bookbinder 11/240
Button makers 11/154
Chaser 11/142
Coffer maker 11/246
Cutler 11/193
Gilder 11/163
Hilt-maker 11/193
Craftsmen (Names, trade unknown):
Anderson 10/98
Barnet 10/98, 10/99,
Barnett 10/101
Brownley 10/99, 10/101
Butler 10/101
Cramphorn 10/99
Culmore 10/99
Hope 10/101
Jacob 10/101
Pinton 10/98
Pryse 10/99
Seagrave 10/99, 10/101
Smith 10/99
see Aliens, Chasers, Engravers, Modellers, Portraits,Trades, Workshop
Cragg, John 26/27
Craig/Craige/Craggs/Cragg:

Ann & John: 18/91
Ann 26/24
James 26/21
James (Williamsburg) 23/85
John 26/24
Crane, Walter: 12/136
Cranmer/Cranmore, Samuel Ann & John: 18/92
Craufurd, George: 12/153
Craven, Lord: 16/138
Craw, William: 14/83
Crawford:

Alan 26/99
James (Newcastle) 9/535
Of Auchinames 14/117
Crecy, Louis de: 16/71
Creed, John: 13/9, 16/8, 16/10, 16/80
Creffield, Thomas: 14/58
Crespel:

S. & J. 4/180, 7/335, 7/338, 11/220, 22/48
Workshop 21/89
Crespigny, Philippe 25/66
Crespin, Paul: 1/52, 6/298, 6/310, 7/367, 5/246, 6/268, 4/122, 5/245, 9/609,
9/616, 10/65, 11/134-5, 12/16, 16/147, 18/27, 18/92, 19/165, 20/18, 20/23, 20/37, 20/39, 20/59, 20/131, 21/25, 22/12, 23/27, 26/19
Creuze, Francis 26/27
Crew, Andrew: 3/47
Crichton: 21/12, 28/99

& Co/Bros/Lionel 4/115, 6/165, 6/300, 7/358, 7/365, 8/466, 13/63, 14/40
Alexander 15/158
Lionel 19/110
Cricket 27/67, 27/71
Crighton:

Alexander 27/104
& Curry 27/107
family (Walker Crichton & Son, and H Crichton & Co, etc Edinburgh) 27/104
G. & M. 9/604
Crime : 15/95, 16/76, 16/153, 19/47, 22/90
Cellini salt 15/140, 21/133
Counterfeiting coin 15/76
Criminal proceedings 15/79
Fakes 21/7
Fires 2/100
Forgery 16/78
Forgery of marks 15/88
Gold Dust Robbery 25/105
Piracy 9/540, 22/50
Smuggling 4/131
Stolen items 1/55, 2/88, 2/108, 3/39, 11/140, 11/250, 12/98-110, 14/18, 14/95
Theft, church plate in Germany 19/115
Theft, goblet (1691) 19/73
Theft of royal plate 18/13
Thief takers 18/32
Treason 5/189
Trial of Arthur Mangy 15/76
Waddesdon Manor 15/140
Workshop 7/346
J 18 accused in trials have not been indexed
see Bankruptcy, Divorce, Duty dodging, Fakes, Fires, Fraud, Goldsmiths’ Company (searches), Prisons
Crimmins, Graham: 16/9
Cripps:

Mark 7/391
Wilfred 22/91
William 7/337, 7/387, 7/391, 9/615, 10/59, 11/140, 11/142, 12/125, 16/124, 20/22, 20/131, 21/75, 23/27, 25/31, 28/49
Crisp, Sir Nicholas: 12/116, 12/124, 15/48
Crittall, John: 10/52
Crocker: 13/113*
Croft:

Cups 13/62
Family 13/62
Crofton, John: 12/107
Cromwell, Thomas: 11/245, 16/39
Cronin, J.W.: 12/77
Cronström, Daniel: 4/164, 19/85
Crookbone, John: 14/82
Crosby, Brass: 8/455
Cross:

[broker/pawnbroker] 18/92
James 16/44
Julian 13/11
Crossley, Richard: 4/136-7, 9/604, 21/82, 21/89, 25/35, 26/44
Crosskey, Gordon, A case of late payment 28/112
Crouch:

E. 19/12
& Hannam 25/48 John I 6/313
Crown jewels: 11/136, 14/138; see Coronation,
Regalia
Croxden Abbey 25/34
Croze, Charles François: 19/146
Cruickshank:

& Webster 23/92
Robert 23/40, 23/83, 26/69
Cruickshanks, Alexander: 14/80, 14/82,
14/84, 14/86
Crump, Francis: 2/88, 4/121, 21/84
Cruttall, John: 9/535
Cuffe, Robert: 11/146, 11/152-3
Cullen, James: 11/211, 14/85
Culzean Castle: 19/49
Cumberland:

Duke of 6/312, 7/365, 13/103, 13/107, 14/15-16, 14/22-3, 14/31, 14/40, 14/44, 15/63, 21/88
Lodge, Windsor 14/131
Adolphus Frederick Duke of 28/97, 28/112, 28/120

Cumberledge, surgeon: 13/114*
Cumbleford [jeweller]: 18/92
Cumming:

Alexander 9/575, 14/84
James 14/83
Cunat, Christoph: 15/12-13
Cunha Braga cup 22/158
Cuninghame family: 11/218
Cunliffe:

Foster 9/580
Nicholas 8/525
Cunningham:
& Simpson 12/33
William 14/84
Cunst, Jasper: 8/470-2, 8/454, 14/57
Cuny/Cugny: Louis/Lewis 18/92, 25/70, 28/154
Cupid and Psyche: 20/79
Cupitt, J.:12/152
Cups,

Barber Sugerons’ 28/11
Cockayne 28/5
Glynne cup 28/8
Election cup, Winchester College 28/8
Curb
Charles S; Hood Jr, William P and Olson, John R, Gorham’s Knickerbocker, etched: Japanese- inspired American flatware 28/173

Curghey, John: 18/92, 22/27, 26/21
Curiosity shops: 21/86

see Antiquarianism, Dealers, Shopkeeping
Currency:
Auction conversion see Auctions, annual review
Canadian 23/87
Channel Isles 9/541
Equivalent values 14/117
France 9/544
German 13/98, (18th c) 22/139
Ireland 7/415
Rates (1300—1600) 19/120; (17th c) 15/20; (1743) 19/50
Scotland 5/191, 13/82, 13/86-7, 15/68
UK values 22/2
see Coinage, Cost of plate, Sales by auction (each issue from 1993)
Currie:
H.W. 2/86-8
William 11/167
Curry, H.W. (and family) 27/107
Curtis/Curtoys [broker/pawnbroker]: 18/92
Curzon:

Asheton 7/341, 10/80
Sir Nathaniel 25/31
Cust, Brownlow, John: 11/137-9
Customs: 4/131, 12/54

France to England 20/20
Guide book for officers (1732) 22/106
Portsmouth 4/130
Returns (18th c) 20/31
Southampton 4/135
see Exports, Imports
Cutch: 13/12
Cuthbert:

John 16/90
John/John Jr/Mrs 11/147-53, 11/160-1, 11/165
Robert 10/50, 12/123
Cuthbertson & Harper (Calcutta): 21/112
Cutler, Mathew: 13/51

Cutlers: 9/586, 26/47
Company 11/193-5
Danborough, William 12/99
Defer, Daniel 11/193
Dublin 16/91
Sheffield 12/28
Cutlers in Hallamshire, Company of 22/67
Cutlery: 16/112-13

see Flatware
Cutmore, Mr: 4/132, 4/134
Cuttack: 2/65
Cuzner, Bernard: 11/227, 19/154, 26/98
Cylinda Line 27/80
Cymric 26/98
Czokally, Voncenz: 19/170