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

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G.Schanck
Garret Schanck
New York, NY
(b.1768-d.1795) Active from 1791, apprentice to Daniel Van Voorhis, then his partner in Van Voorhis & Schanck (1791-1793). Master to George Washington Ruth, a silversmith later settled in Tennessee.


J.Schanck
John Albert Schanck
New York, NY
(b.1774-d.1864) Active from 1793, shared workshop with his brother until Garret's death in 1795. Left New York for Freehold, New Jersey in 1799, continued as a silversmith secondarily to farming.


LPS, handwrought, sterling
Lona P. Schaeffer
Brooklyn, New York
(b.1902-d.1989) Active from c.1925, daughter of Peer Smed and a fine silversmith of handwrought sterling holloware, flatware & jewelry. Worked in very heavy gauge sterling with a Scandinavian influenced style.


S, Sterling
Scharling & Co.
Newark, New Jersey
Active 1885-c.1934 Founded by John H. Scharling. Makers of sterling holloware, vanity items, novelties, & silver deposit ware. 755 Summer Avenue.


SCM, Arrow
Schmitz, Moore & Co.
Newark, NJ
Active 1915-c.1920, specialized in sterling dresserware. Succeeded by Moore & Hofman

arrow Schohay & Ludwig
Philadelphia, PA
Active c.1867-1873


Schroth, Hand Made, Sterling

Schroth, Hand Made, Sterling
Schroth Jewelers
Montville, NJ
1965-present
Retail jewelers and creators of small scale handmade sterling pieces, known to produce for Cartier. They are also owners of the Hickok-Matthews Co.


Hand, Hand Made A. G. Schultz & Co.
Baltimore, Maryland ~ 1899 - 1950
Excellent quality repousse holloware.


Schulz & Fischer, S.F. Cal. Schulz & Fischer
San Francisco, CA
Active c.1874 - 1883 Successors to Schulz, Fischer & Mohrig (1868-69) & Fischer & Schulz (1869-74)



sciarrotta silversmiths

Hand Made by Sciarotta

Sciarrotta, Hand Made, Sterling
Alfredo Sciarrotta
Newport, RI
(1907 - 1985)
Active from c.1948, produced handwrought holloware for Black, Starr & Gorham, Cartier, Gump's, Shreve Crump & Low and Bailey, Banks & Biddle.


A. Scott

A.Scott
Alexander Scott
Chambersburg, Pennsylvania
(d.1822) Active c.1800-1822, silversmith


J.Scott
Joshua Jehu Scott
Raleigh, North Carolina
(b.1778-d.1819) Active c.1806-1819, silversmith, jeweler, and importer. Master to George Washington Ruth, a silversmith later settled in Tennessee.


Scovil & Co.
Pulaski Scovil (Scoville)
Cincinnati, Ohio
(b.1808-d.1884) Active c.1830-1832 in Brockport & Geneva, NY. He then removed to Cincinnati. Partnerships: Scovil & Kinsey with Edward Kinsey (1836), Scovil, Willey & Co. (1836). silversmith & jeweler. Scovil went into farming and lumber in 1837.


Scovil, Willey & Co.
Scovil, Willey & Co.
Cincinnati, Ohio
Active 1836, Pulaski Scovil & Bushnell Willey, silversmiths & jewelers.


W. Seal

W.S
William Seal
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Active c.1810-c.1822, working silversmith. In partnership of Browne & Seal with Liberty Browne (c.1810-1811).

Secrest, sterling
Russell Secrest
Rochester, New York
Petoskey, Michigan
(b.1935-d.2010) Handwrought and cast sterling modernist jewelry. Also kinetic sculptures in bronze and sterling. Secrest studied at the School for American Craftsmen at the Rochester Institute of Technology and later operated the Artisans Gallery in Petoskey, Michigan.

Lion, S, Lion, Sedlacek
Sedlacek & Co.
Los Angeles, California
K. E. Sedlacek, active c.1915-c.1946, silversmith, primarily trophies. 821 South Santee St.
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