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

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Packard Jonathan Packard
Springfield, MA
Albany & Rochester NY
(b.1789-d.1854) active c.1811 - 1854. In Rochester from 1818.


Page Bros.

Page Brothers
St. John, New Brunswick, Canada
active 1870 - 1876, Richard & William Clement Page at 41 Kings Street, succeeded by Page, Smalley & Ferguson


Palmer & Batchelder, Boston Palmer & Batchelder
Boston, Massachusetts
Active c.1850


Pancoast
Samuel Pancoast
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
(b.1762-d.1829) Active c.1785-1795. Silversmith on Front St., also used an "SP" mark.


Parisen
David Parisen (Parisien)
New York, NY
c1785-1817. In partnership with his father, Otto Paul, in the firm of Otto De Parisien & Son, c1785-1789. Member of a large family of NY silversmiths of Huguenot ancestry.


OP
Otto Paul de Parisen (Parisien)
New York, NY
active c.1763-1789. In partnership with his son, David, in the firm of Otto De Parisien & Son (c.1785-1789). Member of a large family of NY silversmiths of Huguenot ancestry.


JP, Hand Made James Parker
(1914-1987)

San Diego, California
Active from c1945, studio jeweler


Parker, Sterling Richard Parker
Avon, CT
active 1961-present
studio jeweler, mark is not for Mary Parker


Parkman
Henry Dwight Parkman
Hudson, NY
(b.1795) Active c.1820-1880, jeweler & silversmith.





D. Parsons David Parsons
Amherst, Massachusetts
(b.1788-d.1872) Active c.1820-after 1850. Jeweler, clockmaker & silversmith.


FP, thunderbird

FP, thunderbird
Frank Patania Sr.
(1899-1964)

Santa Fe, NM & Tucson, AZ
Studio jeweler & silversmith


P&B

Paye & Baker Manufacturing Co.
North Attleboro, Massachusetts ~ 1901 - c1960
Souvenir spoons, flatware, sterling jewelry & mesh bags _ some nice enamels


J.Peabody

John Peabody
Fayetteville, North Carolina
Nashville, Tennessee
(b.1792-d.1850) In NC, 1823-1836 and TN, 1836-1850. Partnerships: Peabody & Champbell with John Campbell (1836-1837), Peabody & Guiteau with Calvin Guiteau 1839-1843, Gowdey & Peabody with Thomas Gowdey (1843-1847). Silversmith, jeweler, and watchmaker.


W.W.Peabody William Whitman Peabody
Amesbury, Massachusetts ~ c1890 - 1930's
Arts & Crafts silversmith, worked as spoonmaker for George Gebelein in Boston and maintained a small independent workshop.


H. Ormsby

C. D. Peacock
Chicago, Illinois ~ 1889 - Present
Retailers of fine quality sterling ware and fine jewelers.


H. Ormsby

H. Ormsby
Ronald Hayes Pearson
(1924-1996)

Rochester, NY from c.1950
Deer Island, ME from c.1975
The first mark is found on his earliest work in spun brass, the second mark was used on most of his silver jewelry and the Pearson studio is still actively using it.


H. Ormsby Pelletreau, Bennett & Cooke
New York, NY
Maltby Pelletreau, John Bennett Sr. & D.C. Cooke c1826-28
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