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

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W. Faber & Sons William Faber & Sons
Philadelphia, PA
Active 1828 - 1887, coin silver, later sterling & silverplate.

F, key Fairchild & Co.
New York NY
1919 - 1922,successors to Fairchild & Johnson.

I.Fales James Fales
Bristol & Newport, R. I.
Active from c.1805, died 1857

FCo Fara Co.
New York NY
Active c.1960 - 70, Mark used in the workshop of Jean's Silversmiths, small custom shop.

Rufus Farnum
Boston MA, Hanover NH, Norwich CT
(b.1771 - d.after 1833) Active c.1799 - 1833, in Norwich c.1810, in Hanover c.1833

R.&H.Farnum Rufus & Henry Farnum
Boston, MA & Hanover, NH
Active c.1800 - 1807

J.C.Farr & Co. John C. Farr
Philadelphia, PA
Active c.1824 - 1840

F&H, Farrington&Hunnewell
Farrington & Hunnewell
Boston, MA
Active c.1835 - 1885 John Farrington & George W. Hunnewell

W.J. Feeley W.J. Feeley & Co.
Providence, Rhode Island
1870-c.1920, manufacturing goldsmiths & silversmiths of ecclesiastical wares.

Crossed Swords, Fenniman Co.

crossed swords
Fenniman Co.
New York NY
c1915 - c1922

F. Co

Fessenden & Co.
Providence, RI
1858 -1922
Manufacturers of fancy souvenir spoons, flatware, novelties and holloware.

Marshall Field, Craft Shop

M.F. & Co, Hand Hammered
Marshall Field
Chicago, Il ~ 1903 - c.1940s
A high end department store, established its own crafts shop and produced handwrought Arts & Crafts jewelry, flatware & holloware in sterling, brass & copper.

Field Peter Field
Albany, NY
Active c.1785 - 1800, first in Hudson, NY, later in Albany.

W.C. Finck William C. Finck Co.
Elizabeth, NJ
c1896 - c1914
Manufacturers of sterling holloware and souvenir spoons.

Fine Arts, Sterling Fine Arts Sterling Silver Company
Morgantown, Pennsylvania
Active 1944-1979, Fine Arts was the sole distributor of six sterling flatware patterns made by the International Silver Company.

F, bugle T. K. Fishel - C. A. Bugli Inc
New York, NY
c.1886 -c.1937
Manufacturers of low end sterling and costume jewelry.

Fish L, FNCo Fishel, Nessler & Co.
New York, NY
c.1886 -c.1937
Primarily makers of sterling and costume jewelry. Majestic Mfg. Co. was a subdivision c.1900

Fisher, crownF, crown Fisher Silversmiths Inc.
Jersey City, NJ
c.1936 - 1970's?
Manufacturers of sterling and silverplate flatware and holloware. Mostly spun and weighted holloware with some good modern design.

Field Fletcher & Bennett
Louisville, Kentucky
Active 1852-1866, Henry Fletcher & Charles Fletcher Bennett. Successors to Fletcher & Reeves.

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