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

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C.G. St.John
Charles G. St. John
Macon, Georgia
(b.1811-d.1846) Active briefly in Saratoga Springs, NY (c.1834), then removed business to Macon. Silversmith, jeweler, and watchmaker.


H.N. Stanley
Horatio Nelson Stanley
Le Roy, New York
(b.1804-d.1850) Active from c.1825, jeweler, and watchmaker.


Starr & Marcus
Starr & Marcus
New York, NY
Active c1865-c.1877, high end retailers, the firms of Theodore B. Starr and Marcus & Co. both stem from Starr & Marcus.


theodore b. starr, star

S, dragon
Theodore B. Starr
New York, NY ~ ca1890's - 1924
Fine quality maker and retailer. Succeeded by Reed & Barton.


Stauffer & Harley Stauffer & Harley
Philadelphia, PA
Active mid nineteenth century.

E.Stebbins & Co. E. Stebbins & Company
New York, NY
Active c.1835-1845 Edwin Stebbins


Stebbins & Co., 264 Bway, NY Stebbins & Company
New York, NY
Active c.1845-1856 William Stebbins


Stebbins & Howe Stebbins & Howe
New York, NY
Active c.1830-1832 Edwin Stebbins & George C. Howe


Steele & Crocker
Steele & Crocker
Hartford, Connecticut
Active 1841-1844, silversmiths, Thomas Steele and Horace Crocker.

Stephan, billy club
Wilhelmina Stephan
Cleveland, Ohio
(b.1879-d.1947) Active c.1905-1943, silversmith, jeweler & enamelist of Arts & Crafts handwrought sterling & gold. Founding member of the Potter Shop with Horace Potter and a craftsman member of the Boston Society of Arts & Crafts.



Henry Steig, Sterling

Steig, sterling
Henry Steig
(1906-1973)

New York, NY & Provincetown, RI
studio jeweler


SSMC, sterling The Sterling Silver Manufacturing Co.
Providence, RI
Active c.1909 to 1932, their flatware patterns were acquired by the Saart Brothers firm.


Steward & Stevens Steward & Stevens
White Creek & Cambridge, New York
William D. Steward and William R. Stevens. Active 3rd q. 19th century, jewelers & silver retailers.


W. D. Steward William D. Steward
White Creek, New York
Active mid nineteenth century, jeweler & retailer.


Stieff, sterling The Stieff Company
Baltimore, Maryland ~ 1904 - Present
Successors of the Baltimore Sterling Silver Co (f.1892)
Quality makers of Baltimore repousse flatware and holloware. Acquired Schofield and Kirk, now The Kirk-Stieff Company.
see > Stieff Date Code Marks


Stocking
Philo Washburn Stocking
Wheeling, West Virginia
(b.1804-d.1882) Active from c.1825, jeweler, first in Batavia, NY, removed to Wheeling in 1829. Partnership of Stocking & Kipp (c.1829-1833). Bankrupt in 1839, he then went into the grain milling business. In the 1860s, began oil drilling with his son George Washburn Stocking.


J.Stilwell
General John Stilwell
Albany, New York
(b.1779-d.1831) var. Stillwell, active from c.1800, silversmith & jeweler. Master from c.1803 to Hermon Jenkins.


Stodder & Frobisher Stodder & Frobisher
Boston, MA
Active 1816-1825, Jonathan Stodder & Benjamin Frobisher, silversmiths & jewelers.


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