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American Silver Marks ~ Sterling & Coin Silver

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W&W J. Wagner & Son
New York, NY ~ c.1909-1965
Manufacturers of sterling silver holloware. Successors to Central Sterling Co.


J.Waite
John Athan Waite
Kingston, Rhode Island
(b.1742-d.1817), active c.1760-1817, silversmith & engraver. During the Revolutionary War, served as Captain of the independent company, the "Kingston Reds".


star, thimble, sterling
Waite, Thresher Co.
Providence, Rhode island
Active 1884-c.1928, silver and gold thimble manufacturers. Originally founded by Daniel B. Waite in 1860 as D.B. Waite & Co., Henry Thresher became a partner in 1884. Simons Brothers acquired their designs when the firm dissolved. First mark was a star, the thimble in its interior was added later. Successor to Waite, Smith & Co.


A. Wakefield
Albert Wakefield
Great Falls, New Hampshire
Active from c.1846. Jeweler, watchmaker & silver retailer. Partnership of Wakefield & Woodward (c.1865-1867) with James J. Woodward.


H. Walker
Hannah Walker
Philadelphia, PA
Active c.1816-1817, worked with her brother, silversmith George Walker.


RW&S, buck, stag's head R. Wallace & Sons Mfg. Co.
Wallingford, Connecticut ~ 1871 - Present
Major manufacturer, full line flatware and holloware. Currently named - Wallace Silversmiths


E. Waller
Location unknown
Active mid nineteenth century.


JW, bird, eagle John Wanamaker
Philadelphia, PA ~ 1870 - present
Retail department store, branded the sterling it retailed.





Vera Wang, sterling
Vera Wang
New York, NY
(b.1949) Noted American fashion designer, who from 2004 branched out her brand into the tableware market. Flatware is manufactured by Towle Silversmiths/Syratech Corp. in sterling and/or stainless steel. Sterling silver patterns include: Byzantium, Grosgrain, Imperial Scroll, Jae, & Trellis.


W&B Ward & Bartholomew
Hartford, CT
Active c.1804-1809
James Ward & Roswell Bartholomew


Ward & Cox
Ward & Cox
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Active c.1811-c.1818, silversmiths, John Ward & John Cox.


A.E.Warner, 11

A.E.Warner, 10.15
Andrew Ellicott Warner
Baltimore, MD
(b.1786 - d.1870) In partnership with his brother Thomas H. Warner (1805-1812)


C.Warner Cuthbert Warner
Baltimore, MD
(b.1760 - d.1838)


C.& J. Warner

C&J Warner
C. & J. Warner
Salem, MA
active 1820-1822, Caleb Warner & John Warner


J. Warner, Columbus John Warner
Columbus, Ohio
(b.1791-d.1831)Active from c.1818. Silversmith & jeweler.


T. Warner, sterg
Thomas H. Warner
Baltimore, MD
(b.1780-d.1828) Active c.1800-1828, in partnership with his brother Andrew E. Warner (1805-1812). City assayer (1814-1823).


D.B. Warren
David B. Warren
Pawtucket, Rhode Island
(b.c.1800-d.c.1877), active c.1830-1868, watchmaker, jeweler & silver retailer. Believed to have removed to St. Louis in 1868.


Waterman George Waterman
Albany, NY
Active c.1848-1850
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