American Silversmiths

Mr. Tanguy
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John Tanguy
(1780-1858)

 

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Spouses/Children:

1. Elizabeth T. Burroughs

John Tanguy
  • Born: 1780
  • Marriage (1): Elizabeth T. Burroughs on 25 Nov 1817 in Newton NJ
  • Died: 15 Jun 1858, Haddonfield NJ

  General notes:

Silversmith

  Events in his life were:


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  • Alternate Mark

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  • Alternate Mark
  • He worked in 1801-1818 as a silversmith in Philadelphia PA at 33 North Third Street. 8

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  • Sugar bowl, c 1805
    Private Collection
    h: 6 1/4"
    w: 9" (including handles)
    Marked twice I & PT for John and Peter Tanguy.

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  • He was a partner in 1805-1809 with Peter Tanguy in Philadelphia PA as JOHN & PETER TANGUY. 4

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  • Bowl, c 1805
    Private Collection
    h: 4 3/4"
    d: 6 5/8"
    Made by Peter and John Tanguay.
  • He was a partner in 1805 with Lewis Desquet in Philadelphia PA as DESQUET & TANGUY. 4

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  • Coffeepot, c 1805
    Private Collection
    h: 12 1/4"
    wt: 47 oz
    Marked by Peter & John Tanguy.
  • He was a partner in 1806 with Joseh Repiton in Philadelphia PA as REPITON & TANGUY. 4
  • He was a partner in 1811 with James Pointe in Philadelphia PA as POINTE & TANGUY. 4

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  • Presentation sword, c 1815-1817
    Metropolitan Museum of Art
    l: 37 1/4"
    Presented by the State of New York posthumously to Brigadier General Daniel Davis (17771813) of the New York Militia, who died during the Battle of Erie on September 10, 1813.
  • He was a partner in 1816-1818 with Clement E. Chevalier in Philadelphia PA as CHEVALIER & TANGUY. 4
  • He worked in 1819-1858 as a farmer in Haddonfield NJ 4

John married Elizabeth T. Burroughs on 25 Nov 1817 in Newton NJ. (Elizabeth T. Burroughs was born on 4 Nov 1796 in West Chester PA.)




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