John Sheils (Shields) Dublin

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John Sheils worked from 1762-1798. He worked on upper Ormonde Quay, and was apprenticed to one of the finest Irish silversmiths, Robert Calderwood.
Sheils's maker’s mark was JS with a dot in between. This is slightly unusual for the era, as J was often written as I at that time, and is a nice way of identifying his mark.

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JOHN SHEILS (SHIELDS) DUBLIN
ANTIQUE IRISH GEORGIAN GEO. III SOLID SILVER TEA CADDY SPOON DUBLIN c. 1790
An Antique Irish George III Georgian Solid Silver Tea Caddy Spoon with a simple, elegant bright cut engraved border on the handle. Made in Dubl...
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John Bull (Antiques) Ltd
JOHN SHEILS (SHIELDS) DUBLIN
Irish Silver Soup Ladle
A good oval bowled Georgian silver soup ladle of plain Old English Point pattern with original monogram engraved to front
£800
Silverman Antiques Ltd