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

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Trianon
New York, NY
Active c.1980-present, fine jewelry firm noted for using shells and other natural materials with precious and semiprecious stones set in gold. Noted especially for their cufflinks and earrings, their designs are reminiscent of Seaman Schepps creations.


crown, Trifari, sterling Trifari
(Trifari, Krussman & Fishel - TKF)
New York, NY
1918-present
Costume jewelry manufacturer, used sterling silver primarily during metal shortages of World War II, c.1942-1947.


J.W.Tucker & Co John William Tucker
San Francisco, CA
Active c.1850 - 1886. He died in 1876, but the business continued in his name. Mostly a retailer, little or no work can actually be attributed to him.


Thomas Tugby Thomas Tugby
St. Augustine, FL
Active c.1900. Retailer, mark seen on St. Augustine, Florida souvenir spoons.


M. Turner, handmade

an original M. Turner
Madeline Turner
New York, NY
active c1930s-1950s, studio jeweler & designer


pine tree Tuttle Silversmiths
Boston, Massachusetts ~ 1890 - Present
Fine quality traditional sterling. Now a division of Wallace.
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Tuttle Date Code Marks


Twambley & Cleaves

Twambley & Cleaves
Twambley & Cleaves
Biddeford, ME
Active 1866-1888, Samuel G. Twambley & Albert K. Cleaves), jewelers & retail silversmiths, 130 Main St.


C. Twambley & Son
C. Twambley & Son
Saco, ME
Active c.1860-1880, Charles Twambley & Rufus Twambley, jewelers & silver retailers


Tweedy & Barrows
Tweedy & Barrows
New York, NY
Active 1847-c.1850, Edwin A. Tweedy (1806-1881) & James M. Barrows, jobbers & dry goods merchants. Successors to Tweedy, Barrows & Newell, with Zenas Newell.


E.A. Tyler, New Orleans

E.A. Tyler

E.A. Tyler
Edward A. Tyler
Belfast, Maine
New Orleans, Louisiana
(b.1815-d.1879) Active c.1834-1838 in ME, 1838-1879 in LA
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