Index to Journals


Fabergé, P.C.: 5/246, 6/329-30, 8/522
see Individual masters

Fabian:
John 14/103
Joseph 14/99

Fabutt, George: 9/561

Faesch, Johann Rudolf I 22/157

Fahrner, Theodor: 4/177

Fairbank, William: 12/30

Fairhaven, Lord: 12/151

Fairs: 12/28-9, 12/102, 12/107
Fleet market 10/66
Frankfurt 5/241
Southwark 1705 9/593
Weyhill 3/14, 3/26
see Cost of plate, Goldsmiths’ Company
searches, Searches, Shopkeeping

Fajardo, Diego: 14/117

Fakes: 2/86, 4/117, 13/123, 14/141-2
Goldsmiths' Hall warning 21/7
Of marks 19/41, 23/107
see Alterations to plate, Crime, Duty dodging, Reproduction/replica

Falcke, David: 9/568

Falize:
Frères 4/177
Lucien 6/321, 9/615, 16/145

Falke, Otto von: 4/149

Falkland, Viscount: 14/36

Fallows, Thomas: 14/71

Family trees:
Harache 28/14
Le Sage 28/172
Margas 28/15
Pantin 28/15

Fanden family: 14/117

Fanshaw:
Lady 12/121-2, 15/51
Sir Richard 12/115

Faraday, Michael and Sarah 25/46

Farebrothers (auctioneer): 7/357

Faringdon:
Joseph 26/87
Nicholas 19/120
William 19/120

Farington, Joseph: 12/59

Faris, William: 20/87, 20/92

Farmer:
[broker/pawnbroker] 18/97
John 11/165
Richard 7/372-3, 14/99

Farnell/Fernhill/Farnel, John: 18/97

Farnese:
Cardinal 4/149
Elizabeth 12/148

Farnham, Paulding: 4/178, 15/159, 16/146

Farquharson:
Alexander 14/82
James 19/63
Lewis 14/84

Farrand, Benj: 13/113*

Farrell, Edward: 7/366, 8/485, 10/11, 10/116, 15/168, 28/104

Farren, Thomas: 2/74, 6/276, 7/365, 11/135, 13/111, 19/101, 19/170, 20/22, 20/121, 20/131, 22/158, 27/20

Farrendine: 11/153

Fashion plates: (17th c) 15/55

Fashioning see Cost of plate

Faulkener, John: 8/485

Faulkner: 13/112*

Faust, Lorenz/Hans: 23/58

Faversham mace: 15/20, 15/31, 15/34

Favri, Nicola di: 8/440

Fawcett, William: 21/108

Fawdery:
John I 12/152
William 13/120, 22/45

Feake cup: 11/171, 11/179

Fearn, W.: see Smith
Dorothy 25/35
Francis 25/36
William 25/35

Feasts, religious: 15/9

Featherstough, Sir Matthew: 13/114*

Feddersen, Hans: 5/238

Federmann, Daniel: 16/60

Feeterse family: 13/123

Feilde (spoonmaker): 9/562

Félibien, André: 12/10

Feline:
Edward 6/276, 8/522, 8/525, 14/76, 18/97, 20/121, 20/131, 25/29
Magdalene 7/387, 7/391

Felling, Gabriel: 4/153, 10/26

Fellowes:
John 7/344, 7/353
Jno 18/97

Felton, Robert: 3/5

Fendall, Rushforth: 14/76

Fenn, Howard: 3/11, 8/517, 16/10

Fennell, Theo: 12/151

Fennery [broker/pawnbroker]: 18/97

Fenruther, Robert: 19/126

Fenton:
Creswick & Co 10/90, 12/33, 13/113*
Matthew 10/76

Ferdinandsen, Yuki: 23/30

Fergus(s)on, James: 14/81

Ferguson:
[broker/pawnbroker] 18/97
Ian 9/610

Fermin & Tartet 22/54

Fernandes, Ana: 16/22

Fernell:
Edward 21/71
William 6/280

Ferrars, Earl: 15/21

Ferreira, Luiz: 16/19

Ferrier, Alexander: 14/20

Ferriers & Co: 21/112

Ferron, Abraham/Michael: 12/101

ffells, Joseph: 6/260

ffreeman/Furman/Freeman [watchmaker]: 18/98

Ffutrill, Ambrose: 11/146

ffynard, John 16/44

Ficketts, Anthony: 11/168-73, 12/120

Field of Cloth of Gold: 8/437

Field, David: 12/98

Fielding:
Henry 18/32
Owen 13/106
Sir John 15/83

Fife, Earl of: 6/301

Files, Joseph (Bath): 15/81, 15/92

Filiberti, Filippo: 12/25

Filigree: 2/65, 12/45
Caldecott, G. & T. 12/50

Filkin, Thomas: 10/63

Finch:
Hon Heneage 11/134
Richard 12/105
Roger 16/93
Russell & Co 10/81-91
see Aylesford

Findlay, Kirkman: 11/216

Fines see Assay, Customs, Goldsmiths’ Company

Fingask Castle 27/53

Finland 25/84
Provincial Museum 25/85

Finsbury College: 11/224

Firemen’s badges: 13/138

Fires:
Edinburgh assay office 5/187
Goldsmiths’ Company 12/98
London 12/114
see Crime, Workshop

Firmin, Philip: 19/170

Firnhaber, Charles Edward: 15/135

Firth Vickers: 12/139

Fisher:
Alexander 1/56, 11/224-5, 25/85, 26/110
Bishop 13/104, 13/106
Braithwaite & Jones [Fisher & Co] 13/128
Edward 15/135
Jasper 19/129
W.H.S. 6/281

Fishmongers’ Company: 4/139, 5/220, 5/230, 18/22, 27/27

Fitz, Henry Fitz Alwin: 19/119

Fitz-Clarence, Frederick and others: 14/36

Fitzgerald and Vesci, Lord: 7/360

Fitzgibbon, John (Earl of Clare) 21/33

Fitzhall [broker/pawnbroker]: 18/97

Fitzpatrick, Mark: 4/158

Fitzroy, Hon Charles: 14/34, 37

Fitzwalter, Earl: 10/60
see Accounts

Fitzwilliam, Earl of: 7/337, 22/39

Flatware: 2/111, 6/306, 7/384, 11/218
Illustrations of Close plate 15/115
Marking of 14/123
Patterns 28/173
Repair of 18th c 19/22
(Soho) 10/81
Tea tongs 15/119
see Cutlery

Flaxman, John 26/83

Fleureau/Floreau [jeweller]: 18/97

Fleury, François Joly de 22/123, 22/130

Flindt, Paulus the elder: 15/16, 15/18, 15/28

Flaxman, John 1/28, 1/40, 6/281, 7/366,
13/138

Fleet see Prisons

Fleet Street 26/28

Fleetwood, Charles: 8/488

Fleming family:
Edw 13/113*
Ignatius 13/39
Waterford 13/39
William 11/255, 13/120

Flemming, Carl George Friedrich, Count von:
20/13, 20/48, 20/50, 20/111

Flensburg goldsmiths: 5/237

Fletcher:
& Gardiner 13/15 23/146
Andrew, Lord Milton 28/140
Mrs 13/114*
Sir Henry 14/91
Thomas Charles 16/79

Flint:
Roger 14/138, 19/114
Thomas 14/97

Flippo [jeweller]: 18/97

Floate, Augustin (Newcastle): 9/535

Flood family: 6/308

Floris, Cornelis: 5/202, 28/8

Floris, Cornelius II: 21/37

Flötner, Peter: 7/373, 15/14-5, 15/159

Flowers: 13/112*

Floyer, Peter: 12/33, 12/47, 12/100, 12/108-9, 26/11

Fogelberg, Andrew (& Gilbert): 2/89, 4/122,
6/277, 6/290, 7/340, 8/455, 13/113*, 14/29, 14/78, (& Gilbert & Stephen) 16/147, 28/37

Folkingham, Thomas: 4/169, 18/97

Fontaine, J. de la: 4/121, 7/345-6, 7/354

Font cups: 16/35

Fontes, see Melting

Fonthill Abbey: 7/362, 7/366, 7/368, 10/97
see Beckford

Food:
(late 18th c) 19/22; 19/27, 22/30
see Cookery, Dining, Domestic arrangements, Use of plate

Foot/Foote/ffoot:
[goldsmith] 18/97
[watchmaker] 18/97

Forbes:
Alexander 14/84
Esther 11/152
Hon Admiral 13/114*
Forbes, John 19/78
John W. 5/246
Mr of Conduit Street 13/113*

Forbush, Robert: 11/153

Fordham:
Montague: 15/126
William 26/36

Foreign craftsmen see Aliens

Foreign exchange dealing 25/104

Forgeries see Fakes, Goldsmiths’ Company

Forgery see Crime

Forgotten books
Catalogue of the Royal Naval Exhibition 1891 22/82

Fornas, Carlos Gomis de 25/32

Forres: 4/177

Forrest:
John 13/106, 13/108
William 7/359

Forrester, Patrick: 5/187

Forster, John 19/122

Forterry [watchmaker]: 18/98

Fortescue, William Irvine James Ker and Ker and Dempster 1745-68 28/117br />

Fortunati, Ipolito (gilder): 12/20

Forty, Mr: 4/115

Fossey:
John 10/16
John Jr 12/110

Fossin: 16/149
Jean-Baptiste 1/4

Foster:
& Son 7/357
[broker/pawnbroker] 18/98

Foster Lane, London 26/42

Fothergill:
John 19/19
see Boulton

Foulkes/Fowls [broker/pawnbroker]: 18/98

Fouller, John: 14/83

Foulon, Nicolas-François: 4/168

Founder’s cup, Oriel: 16/65

Fountain:
Fowler/ffowler, Epaphroditus 18/98
[goldsmith] 18/98
[jeweller] 18/98
William 8/484-5, 12/148

Fourfault, Pierre: 9/609

Fowle:
Robert 27/100
Sir Thomas 11/169-73 15/48, 15/50-4, 12/111-25, 14/110, 14/117
William 11/171-2, 11/177

Fowler, Hester 26/7

Fowles & Wotten 22/37, 22/40

Fox:
Bishop 13/46
C.T. & G. [includes separate entries for Charles and George] 2/89, 2/91, 4/181, 7/367, 26/88
Charles II 21/65
Henry 14/20
Richard 13/11, 15/167, 16/35, 17/40
George 26/88
see Ilchester

Foxall, John: 12/108

Fradin/Fraydon [broker/pawnbroker]: 18/98

France:
Influence of 15/47
Inventory of toilet sets 4/163
Rococo 20/17
war with 26/78
see individual makers/rulers

Frances, John: 13/15

Franchi, Gregorio: 1/12, 7/363

Francis:
[broker/pawnbroker] 18/98
James 14/73
Richard 15/92
Sir John 19/122

Francisi, Giacomo: 12/24

Frank, Miss: 13/113*

Franklin, Benjamin: 12/32

Franz Joseph, Emperor: 19/170

Fraprie, Stephen: 4/158

Fraud
Fishmongers' Co chandelier 27/28
Gold Dust Robbery, 25/105

Frauenkirche, Dresden: 12/151

Fray, James: 11/154

Frazer:
Charles 21/89
John 14/85

Frederick:
Frederick I of Prussia 23/135
Frederick III of Prussia 23/135
Frederick William I of Prussia 23/135
Prince of Wales 4/118, 5/234, 7/402, 8/488, 14/24, 14/57, 14/74, 20/19, 20/133, 21/25, 27/28
the Great of Prussia 13/95

Freebairn:
Alfred Robert 6/281
Richard 6/281

Free brother: 16/88

Free ports 27/56

Freedom boxes: 13/103, 13/138, 14/124, 23/73, 25/103
Godbehere & Wigan 25/103

Freedom, through other companies: Turner’s
19/16

Freeman:
John 16/37-8, 19/68, 26/44
Joseph 13/105
Philip 10/75
Richard 11/152, 11/160
Samuel 19/70

Freemasonry: 12/48, 13/135, 15/104, 19/13, 19/58, 19/60, 22/155, 22/90, 28/112
see Masonic jewels

French
Plate 22/50, 20
Church, Southampton 16/30
‘Fashion’ 12/114-24
Hospital, 25/63
James 10/76
Plate 12/109
Silver in England 20/30
William 16/26

French goldsmiths’ workshops in 17c 28/18

French provincial 22/15

Frend:
John 3/30
William 4/121

Frende, John II: 16/44

Fréret, Louis-Victor: 23/148

Freshwater, William: 23/82

Frick, Jacob: 15/137

Friedrich III of Brandenburg 22/117

Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia: 10/115

Friedrich Wilhelm, Crown Prince: 19/170

Fries, Joachim: 19/104, 19/106, 23/64

Friend, George: 14/8

Friendly Societies Gardeners: 15/104

Frolov, Ivan, Russian Assay Master 28/62

From members’ collections:
A snuff box with a story 22/101
A church - a Trowel 22/103
see {tab} Regular
features

Frowyk, Henry de: 19/120

Fryer, John: 14/90

Fryth, John (ChIsl): 9/538

Fuchs, Michael: 15/14

Fueter:
Daniel 21/84
Daniel Christian 20/100
Lewis 9/604

Fulham pottery: 4/172

Fuller, Francis & Co: 7/360

Fullerton of Craighill 27/53

Fulman:
Heinrich 13/69
Henrich 14/110

Funds
Patriotic Fund 26/77
See Lloyd's

Fur trade, in Canada 26/70

Furniture: 7/376, 7/428, 14/14, 14/20
17th c English 23/141
Nell Gwyn’s bed 23/120
Ormonde, dukes of 23/124
Silver 11/176, 11/180, 11/182, 28/42, 28/77
Silver, Knole House 19/174

Fury:
[jeweller] 18/98
[watchmaker] 18/98

Fused plate: 12/27
see Plated wares