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John Swift

John Swift, London silversmith, apprenticed to Thomas Langford 1718, turned over to William Paradise 1719, and again to Thomas Serle 1723. Free 1725. 1st mark enetered as smallworker 1728. 2nd mark as largeworker1739. 3rd mark small size 1757. 4th 1757. Livery 1758. His son John was apprenticed to him 1750. Swift’s work was mainly hollowware, tankards, coffee pots and teapots, often with rococo and chinoiserie motifs.

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John Swift

John Swift, London silversmith, apprenticed to Thomas Langford 1718, turned over to William Paradise 1719, and again to Thomas Serle 1723. Free 1725. 1st mark enetered as smallworker 1728. 2nd mark as largeworker1739. 3rd mark small size 1757. 4th 1757. Livery 1758. His son John was apprenticed to him 1750. Swift’s work was mainly hollowware, tankards, coffee pots and teapots, often with rococo and chinoiserie motifs.

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