Danish Pewter Marks

Dansk Tin

Danska Tennstämplar

Welcome to the MacAcke listing of modern Danish Pewter Marks.

Danish Pewter often have the word Tin (spelled with one n) stamped  with the other marking. In Danish, Tin means pewter. In some cases Yearmarks, following the Swedish Yearmark standard, might occur.


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AATOFT TIN

Denmark

A.C.

Denmark

AD

A. Dragsted

Arent Dragsted (1821 - 1898)

Copenhagen

Denmark


Royal Danish Court Jeweler and Goldsmith.

AH

Axel Hasselstrøm Tin A.S

Denmark

Alfenide

Copenhagen

Denmark

ART PEWTER

Denmark

Asøe

Asøe Kunsthåndverk

Aabenraa, Denmark

BACKHAUS

Denmark

B+D

Buch & Deichmann

Copenhagen, Denmark


Retailer in Copenhagen. Mainly plastics, bracelets and pins, but also pewter and other metal.

Designers: Jakob Hull, erik dennung, Ketty Dalsgaard,  .....

Bent Larsen

Bent Larsen

Denmark

BO

Denmark

CAWA TIN

Denmark

CD Tin

Denmark

DA

Dansk Arbejde

Foreningen Dansk Arbejde.


An association founded in 1908

promoting Danish Made products.

DA

Dansk Arbejde

Foreningen Dansk Arbejde.


An association founded in 1908

promoting Danish Made products.

DANA KUNST TIN

Denmark

Dansk Metal-Kunst

Denmark


Designers

Georg Thylstrup

ED

E Dragsted

Founder Einar Dragsted (1887 - 1967)

Copenhagen

Denmark

EGO TIN

Denmark

erik dennung

Erik Dennung (1925-2007)

Copenhagen, Denmark


Silversmith with his own shop in Copenhagen.

Designed for Buch & Deichman (see B+D above)

GEROTIN

Gero

Copenhagen

Denmark

GERO GN (Designer)

Gero Georg Nilsson

Copenhagen/Zeist

Denmark/Holland

G.Ph. (Designer)

Grethe Phillipsen

Copenhagen, Denmark


Inspiration from of ancient Nordic Jewellery and Amulets

GT (Designer)

Georg Thylstrup

Denmark


Company

Dansk Metal-Kunst

GYLDING

Denmark

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