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

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M, WBM, Lion

M, sterling, Lion
William B. Meyers Co.
Newark, New Jersey ~ 1907 - c.1950s
Respected maker of quality antique reproductions, miniatures and ceremonial religious items.


MSC Middletown Silver Co.
Middletown, Connecticut ~ ca.1900 - 1940
Makers of sterling and silverplate holloware.


D. B. Miller D. B. Miller
Boston, MA
Active c.1850


I.M.Micksch
John Matthew Micksh
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
(b.1798-d.1882) Active from c.1822, clockmaker and silversmith, prominent member of the Moravian community.


FAM
Frederick A. Miller
Cleveland, Ohio
(b.1913-d.2000) Active from 1940, maker of handwrought sterling holloware, he worked independently and for Potter-Mellon, eventually becoming the owner of the firm. Taught silversmithing for nearly 30 years at the Cleveland Institute of Art .


JPM
John Paul Miller
Cleveland, Ohio
(b.1918-d.2013) Active from c.1946 jeweler working in gold and silver, renowned for his fine enamel and granulation work. Teacher at the Cleveland Institute of Art.


Paul Miller, Sterling Paul Miller
New York
active 1950s/60s
studio jeweler


F.Miraglia, NY Frank Miraglia
New York
active 1950s/60s
studio jeweler


Mitchell ? Mitchell
Location unknown
Active second quarter 19th century.





Mitchell & Tyler
Mitchell & Tyler
Richmond, Virginia
Active 1845-1866 Partnership of Samuel Phillips Mitchell and John Henry Tyler, successors to William Mitchell. Silversmiths & jewelers.


W. Mitchell Jr.
William Mitchell Jr.
Richmond, Virginia
(b.1795-d.1852) Active c.1820-1845 Successor to Taft & Mitchell. Silversmith, retail jeweler & watchmaker. Succeeded by Mitchell & Tyler, both men having been apprenticed to him.


J&W Moir
J. & W. Moir
New York, NY
John & William Moir, Scottish emigres active 1844-1869. Successors to Emmett T. Pell on Hudson St. Retail silversmiths, jewelers & watchmakers. Succeeded by W. Moir.


W Moir
William Moir
New York, NY
(b.1826-d.1896) active from 1869. Successor to J. & W. Moir. Retail silversmith, jeweler & watchmaker.


Monk
James Monk
Charleston, SC
Worked independently and in partnership of Atmar & Monk with Ralph Atmar (1797-1799) at 20 Broad St. and Monk & Meurset with John Meurset (1804-1807). Silversmith & watchmaker.


Monroe & DeFriez, St. Louis Monroe & DeFriez
St. Louis, Missouri
active 1848 - 1859, partnership of James F. Monroe & William C. Defriez


J.Mood
John Mood
Charleston, South Carolina
(b.1792-d.1864) active from c.1816. Apprenticed with his father Peter Mood Sr. and became his partner in Peter Mood & Son (1816-1819), when his brother, Peter Jr. joined in it became Peter Mood & Sons (1819-1821). This mark dates from 1822-1834.


J&P Mood

J.& P. Mood
John & Peter Mood
Charleston, South Carolina
Active from c.1834-1841. Working silversmiths.


P. Mood
Peter Mood Jr.
Charleston, South Carolina
(b.1796-d.1879) active from 1819. Apprenticed with his father, then became his partner along with his brother John in Peter Mood & Sons (1819-1821). This mark dates from 1822-1834.
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