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THE DIRECTORY OF 20th CENTURY ITALIAN SILVERSMITHS (SORTED BY PROVINCE)
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In the first part of the 19th century Lombardy (Milan) and Veneto (Venice) territories in northern Italy suffered a long occupation by foreign countries, with France and Austria repeatedly alternating in the domination of the territory.
In 1797, after the conquest of Venice by the French army and as a consequence of the Peace of Leoben, Venice and its territories were taken by Austria until 1805. In 1805 Veneto and Lombardy returned under French influence and were assigned to the Kingdom of Italy (Regno Italico: Viceroy Eugene de Beauharnais).
In 1815, after the fall of Napoleon, the kingdom of Italy was dissolved and the territories became part of the Kingdom Lombardo Veneto (Regno Lombardo Veneto) created under Austrian control.
Only in 1859 (Lombardy) and 1866 (Veneto) obtained freedom from foreign influence, entering in the Kingdom of Italy under Vittorio Emanuele II of Savoy


REGNO LOMBARDO VENETO SILVER MARKS

Coat of Arms of the Regno Lombardo Veneto
The hallmarking system of Lombardy and Veneto was approved by Eugene de Beauharnais, Viceroy of the Kingdom of Italy (Regno Italico), on December 25, 1810 and was activated in 1812.
After the dissolution of the Kingdom of Italy (1814), the "French" system of marks was maintained by the new Austrian administration and continued to be used in the Regno Lombardo Veneto until 1872.
Coat of Arms of the Regno Italico
Coat of Arms of the
Regno Lombardo Veneto (Austria)
Coat of Arms of the
Regno Italico
(France)
Regno Lombardo Veneto 950/1000 silver hallmark Regno Lombardo Veneto 800/1000 silver hallmark Regno Lombardo Veneto 950/1000 small works silver mark Regno Lombardo Veneto 800/1000 small works silver mark Regno Lombardo Veneto: ancient or repaired works mark Regno Lombardo Veneto: Venice special works mark
silver fineness
950/1000
silver fineness
800/1000
silver fineness 950/1000
small works
silver fineness 800/1000
small works
ancient or
repaired works
special works
of Venice
TOWN MARKS
Regno Lombardo Veneto: Milan town mark Regno Lombardo Veneto: Venice town mark Regno Lombardo Veneto: Cremona town mark Regno Lombardo Veneto: Bergamo town mark Regno Lombardo Veneto: Brescia town mark Regno Lombardo Veneto: Mantua town mark
Milano (Milan)
Venezia (Venice)
Cremona
Bergamo
Brescia
Mantova (Mantua)


Regno Lombardo Veneto: Novara town mark Regno Lombardo Veneto: Belluno town mark Regno Lombardo Veneto: Padova town mark Regno Lombardo Veneto: Udine town mark Regno Lombardo Veneto: Vicenza town mark Regno Lombardo Veneto: Verona town mark
Novara
Belluno
Padova
Udine
Vicenza
Verona



Map of the Regno Lombardo Veneto
Map of the Regno Lombardo Veneto

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