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

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H.Bosworth Howard Bosworth
Fredonia, NY
(b.1794 - d.1853) active from 1817; jeweler, watchmaker, silversmith.


MB, bird head Marcel Boucher
New York, NY
1937-c.1979
Costume jewelry manufacturer, used sterling silver primarily during metal shortages of World War II, c.1942-1947.


H.Boudo Heloise Boudo
Charleston, SC
Active ca. 1827 - 1837
Widow of the silversmith Louis Boudo, carried on his business until her death in 1837, succeeded by her daughter, Erma Leroy.


G.Boyce Gerardus Boyce
New York, NY
(b. ca.1796 - d.1880) Active ca. 1814 - 1854. In partnership - Boyce & Jones c. 1825 - 1830


JWB Joseph W. Boyd
New York, NY
Active ca. 1816 - 1820


F.S.Boyden Frank S. Boyden
Chicago, Illinois
Active 1903-1918
Well regarded Arts & Crafts silversmith, maker of holloware & jewelry with his own retail shop. Succeeded by the Boyden-Minuth Co.


boyer Merle N. Boyer
Honolulu, Hawaii
active from 1950s, studio jeweler


H. D. Brackett
Horace D. Brackett
Brattleboro, Vermont
Located at No. 1 Granite Row. Active in Vermont ca. 1840 - 1850. Relocated to Galesburg, Illinois by 1860, in Monmouth, Illinois by 1870. Listed as a jeweler.


B, eagle Theophilus Bradbury II
Newburyport, MA
(b.1793 - d.1848) Active ca. 1820 - 1830. Succeeded by Moulton & Bradbury





Z.Bradley Zebul Bradley
New York, NY
(b. ca.1780 - d.1859) Active ca. 1817 - 1850. In partnership - Merriman & Bradley c. 1817 - 1820 & Z. Bradley & Son c.1848


WJB&Co W. J. Braitsch & Co.
Providence, RI ~ c.1895 - 1922
Sterling novelty and vanity items.


Brand-Chatillon Brand Chatillon Co.
New York, NY ~ c.1910 - 1940's
Upscale Fifth Avenue retailer, possibly manufactured some of their own holloware & novelties.


EB Ephraim Brasher
New York, NY
(b.1744 - d.1810) Active ca. 1770? - 1801. Firms of E. Brasher & Co. c.1790 and Brasher & Alexander c.1800


B M CO

B M CO
Breadner Manufacturing Co.
Quebec, Canada
Founded 1903, primarily makers of silverplate, but did produce some sterling ware.


jules Brenner Jules Brenner
(1917-1991)

NY, NY & Provincetown, RI
active 1950s/60s, studio jeweler


CB&Co C. B. & Co.
Location Unknown
Active ca. 1860, probably a retailer, not Charles Brewer & Co. of Middletown, CT.


J.Brock John Brock
New York, NY
Active ca. 1831 - 1849


F.O.Brooks Frederick O. Brooks
Madison, Indiana
Active ca. 1853 - 1900


G.Brower G. Brower
New York
Active second quarter 19th Century


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