Online Encyclopedia of Silver Marks, Hallmarks & Makers' Marks
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American Silver Marks ~ Sterling & Coin Silver

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J.Abbot John W. Abbot
Portsmouth, NH
(b.1790 - d.1850)


J.Adam J. Adam
Location Unknown
Active first half 19th century.


I.Adam

I. Adam
James Adam
Alexandria, VA
(b.1755 - d.1798)


A.F.Adams Albert F. Adams
Nashua, NH
Active c.1860's


W.Adams William Adams
New York, NY
Active c.1831 - 1842


Adler, Allan Allan Adler
Los Angeles, California ~1939 - 2003
Handmade modern design sterling flatware, holloware & jewelry. Trained with Porter Blanchard


P.Adler, L.A.

Adler, Paul
Paul Adler
California ~ c.1945 - 6
Modern design flatware. A shortlived venture by a cousin of Allan Adler, the mark is - Adler - letters in reverse.


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Ahrendt & Kautzman
Newark, NJ, Rhode Island ~ c.1910 - 1922
Holloware & novelties, some good Arts & Crafts style work. The mark seems to have been used by the successor firm Ahrendt & Taylor c.1922 - 1943


G. Aiken George Aiken
Baltimore, MD
(b.1765 - d.1832) Active c.1787 - 1823






J.B.Akin John B. Akin
Danville, Kentucky
Active c.1820 - c.1860
Presumed to have been a silversmith, known primarily as a retailer.


A&R Alexander & Riker
New York, NY
Active c.1797 - 1800
George Alexander & Henry Riker, Alexander died aged 29 in 1801


I.Alexander Isaac Alexander
(attributed mark)
New York, NY
Active c.1850, probably Alexander's retail mark.


Rafael, Canada Rafael Alfandary
Toronto, Canada
active c.1970-1980, studio jeweler, mostly worked in brass & copper


A&A Allcock & Allen
New York, NY
Active c.1810 - 1820


Alvin

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Alvin Manufacturing Co.
Providence, Rhode Island ~ 1886 - Present
Full line, flatware and holloware, noteworthy Art Nouveau designs. Currently a division of Gorham.


Asco American Silver Co.
Bristol, Connecticut ~ 1901 - 1935
Manufacturers of silverplate & sterling flatware and holloware. The firm succeeded Holmes & Tuttle in 1901 and were acquired by International Silver in 1935. International is likely to have continued using this mark for some period.


Amston Amston Silver Co.
Meriden, Connecticut ~ c.1910 - 1960
Flatware, small holloware and jewelry. Became a division of the Ellmore Silver Co. circa 1940.
see;
Amston Flatware Patterns


G.Andersen Gunnar Andersen
Illinois or Wisconsin
Died c.1950, handmade Arts & Crafts flatware, designer of the Karen pattern, later produced by ONC.
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