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Scotland's Families and the Edinburgh Goldsmiths By Rodney Dietert, Janice Dietert
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This book provides Scottish genealogical information for families connected to the freemen Edinburgh goldsmiths. Entries span a period of more than 500 yrs from c. 1490 to the present and are... More > organized into a series of 214 family trees. Significant ancestral locales are displayed in maps, diagrams and photos. Indexes of goldsmiths are provided by surname, chronology of freedom dates and family tree.< Less
Compendium of Scottish Silver II By Rodney Dietert, Janice Dietert
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Compendium of Scottish Silver II is the most comprehensive catalog of Scottish silver and gold published to date and is an essential reference for readers of art, antiques and history. More than... More > 6,000 descriptions of pieces from the 14th-21st centuries are organized chronologically by category (e.g. bowls, mugs, flatware, teapots, etc.) with 54 photos introducing categories. A timeline aids readers in dating pieces and evaluating rarity, and a glossary defines decorative arts terms. Expanded from the original Compendium, a Cornell University Digital Library project, Compendium II has more than 1,000 new listings of provincial, 19th century and special collections silver. Additionally, there is a guide to interpreting Scottish hallmarks and evaluating Scottish silver designed to help the reader avoid common pitfalls.< Less
Compendium of Scottish Silver II By Janice Dietert, Rodney Dietert
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Compendium of Scottish Silver II is the most comprehensive catalog of Scottish silver and gold published to date and is an essential reference for readers of art, antiques and history. More than... More > 6,000 descriptions of pieces from the 14th-21st centuries are organized chronologically by category (e.g. bowls, mugs, flatware, teapots, etc.) with 54 photos introducing categories. A timeline aids readers in dating pieces and evaluating rarity, and a glossary defines decorative arts terms. Expanded from the original Compendium, a Cornell University Digital Library project, Compendium II has more than 1,000 new listings of provincial, 19th century and special collections silver. Additionally, there is a guide to interpreting Scottish hallmarks and evaluating Scottish silver designed to help the reader avoid common pitfalls.< Less
Scotland's Families and the Edinburgh Goldsmiths By Janice Dietert, Rodney Dietert
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This book provides Scottish genealogical information for families connected to the freemen Edinburgh goldsmiths. Entries span a period of more than 500 yrs from c. 1490 to the present and are... More > organized into a series of 214 family trees. Significant ancestral locales are displayed in maps, diagrams and photos. Indexes of goldsmiths are provided by surname, chronology of freedom dates and family tree.< Less