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Eworth, Hans [Jan Eewouts] (d. 1578/9), painter, jeweller, and goldsmith of Antwerp and London  

Hope Walker

Eworth, Hans [Jan Eewouts] (d. 1578/9), painter, jeweller, and goldsmith of Antwerp and London, was born to Peter Eewouts, a cheesemaker and merchant from Hoorn, and his wife, Catherine Raets. Eworth’s date of birth is unknown but his siblings included a sister, ...

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Moret, Hubert (fl. 1531–1536), goldsmith and jeweller  

William Carr

revised by M. Bimbenet-Privat

Moret, Hubert (fl. 1531–1536), goldsmith and jeweller, was thought to be a Paris merchant but was mentioned in French royal papers as a Lyons jeweller. From December 1532 to June 1533 he supplied François I with pearls, rubies, emeralds, and other jewels, as well as goldsmiths' work, such as rings, bangles, and gold caskets (...

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Richardson, Peter (c. 1505–1587), royal jeweller and goldsmith  

Susan James

Richardson, Peter (c. 1505–1587), royal jeweller and goldsmith, was born about 1505 in Haarlem in the Netherlands. In his will he left £200 to the Hospital of the Holy Ghost, an institution that housed Haarlem’s orphanage, suggesting that he may have spent part of his childhood there. ...