Sterling Silver makers marks

February 9, 2009 at 5:44 pm (Sterling silver makers marks) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

Here is a partial list of the antique silver maker marks we have in stock. This is by no means a complete collection of makers marks. If you do not see the mark your looking for, I would suggest you visit 925-1000. They will most likely have the makers mark your looking for.

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Antique sterling, silverplate, porcelain, and more research links.

November 13, 2008 at 9:18 pm (The Research Post) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

Leonce Antiques is always on the lookout for new and interested antiques. We have benefited tremendously from the vast array of different websites offering information for our research efforts. Below are just a few of the sites that can aid you in your research endeavors. If you have any suggestions as to sites that should be added to this list, please leave us a comment and we’ll be sure to make the addition(s).

Antique sterling & silver research

925-1000.com
A great site to find that elusive silver makers mark

American Silversmiths
A tremendous reference for American silversmiths

Heritage Gallery Marks
Heritage has compiled an extensive database of hallmarks, that you can peruse to find the item you are researching.

Meestertekens van Friese
Makers marks from the Netherlands 1700-1812

Silver Bulletin
Forum for exchange in info about silverware

Silvercollecting.com
Online encyclopedia of American marks

Silver Magazine
Publication dedicated to silver

Silver Season
American silverplate research

Spratling Silver
Spratling Silver research

Sterling Flatware Fashions
Guide to American sterling silver flatware

Zilverkeuren.nl
Database of Dutch makers marks

Antique porcelain research

Gotheborg.com
Antique Chinese and Japanese porcelain research

Jamiri.dk
Royal Copenhagen, Dahl Jensen, Bing & Grondahl and Lyngby Porcelain

Marks4Antiques
Over 12,000 Porcelain marks, Pottery marks, China marks – divided by Shape

Meissen marks
Meissen porclain marks with dates

My Granny’s Attic
The owner of “My Granny’s Attic Antiques,Collectibles & Custom Gifts” has put together a real nice Resource page on her website.

Old and Sold
A very useful link for identifying porcelain marks from all countries.

PM&M
Glossary for Germany china makers marks

Soviet Porcelain Collectors Club
Reference and research for Russian porcelain

Antique research: other

Antique Clock Priceguide
Online database with photos and prices

Antique Spotlight
Directory of antiques and collectibles

AskArt.com
Considered to be the Internet’s most complete American Art database

Carnival Glass research
Carnival Glass 101 and beyond

Collectors Circle and Bohemian Glass
Bohemian glass and pottery research

Dictionary of Glass Marks
Glass marks research

Historic Glass Bottle Identification
BLM/SHA Historic Glass Bottle Identification & Information Website

OldCopper.org
Full glossary of copper maker’s marks

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Wood & Hughes sterling silver patterns

September 29, 2008 at 6:19 pm (Wood and Hughes patterns) (, , , , , , , , , , , , )

Wood & Hughes was based in New York, NY. They were manufacturing silver from 1845-99.

Here is a list of the patterns by Wood & Hughes which are currently available through our antique sterling store. Here are the direct links for our Wood & Hughes inventory: Wood & Hughes sterling silver forks, Wood & Hughes sterling silver knives, Wood & Hughes sterling silver spoons, Wood & Hughes sterling silver serving pieces, and Wood & Hughes sterling silver hollowware.

Click the images to view larger versions with more details. If you would like to contribute other Wood & Hughes patterns to this post, please send us an emal: info {at} leonceantiques {dot} com

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Whiting Manufacturing Co. sterling silver patterns

September 29, 2008 at 5:59 pm (Whiting patterns) (, , , , , , , , , , , , )

Whiting Manufacturing Co. was created in New York, New York around 1866, and was absorbed into Gorham in 1926.

Here is a list of the patterns by Whiting which are currently available through our antique sterling store. Here are the direct links for our Whiting inventory: Whiting sterling silver forks, Whiting sterling silver knives, Whiting sterling silver spoons, Whiting sterling silver serving pieces, and Whiting sterling silver hollowware.

Click the images to view larger versions with more details. If you would like to contribute other Whiting patterns to this blog, please send us an email: info {at} leonceantiques {dot} com

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Watson Company sterling silver patterns

September 29, 2008 at 5:14 pm (Watson patterns) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , )

The Watson Company was based in Attleboro, MA. They were in production from 1880-1955.

Here is a list of the patterns by Watson which are currently available through our antique sterling store. Here are the direct links for our Watson inventory: Watson sterling silver forks, Watson sterling silver knives, Watson sterling silver spoons, Watson sterling silver serving pieces, and Watson sterling silver hollowware.

Click the images to view larger versions with more details. If you would like to contribute other Watson patterns to this blog, please send us an email: info {at} leonceantiques {dot} com

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R. Wallace and Sons sterling silver patterns

September 26, 2008 at 3:15 pm (Wallace patterns) (, , , , , , , , , , , , )

R. Wallace and Sons is based in Wallingford, CT. They have been manufacturing silver since 1871.

Here is a list of the patterns by Wallace which are currently available through our antique sterling store. Here are the direct links for our Wallace inventory: Wallace sterling silver forks, Wallace sterling silver knives, Wallace sterling silver spoons, Wallace sterling silver serving pieces, and Wallace sterling silver hollowware.

Click the images to view larger versions with more details. If you would like to contribute other Wallace patterns to this blog, please send us an email: info {at} leonceantiques {dot} com

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Unger Brothers sterling silver patterns

September 23, 2008 at 2:02 am (Unger Brothers patterns) (, , , , , , , , , )

Unger Brothers was based in Newark, NJ. They were manufacturing silver from 1872-1914.

Here is a list of the patterns by Unger Brothers which are currently available through our antique sterling store. Here are the direct links for our Unger Brothers inventory: Unger Brothers sterling silver forks, Unger Brothers sterling silver spoons, Unger Brothers sterling silver serving pieces, and Unger Brothers sterling silver hollowware.

Click the images to view larger versions with more details. If you would like to contribute other Unger Brothers patterns to this blog, please send us an email: info {at} leonceantiques {dot} com

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Towle sterling silver patterns

September 23, 2008 at 1:49 am (Towle patterns) (, , , , , , , , , )

Towle is based in Newbury, MA and has been manufacturing silver since 1882.

Here is a list of the patterns by Towle which are currently available through our antique sterling store. Here are the direct links for our Towle inventory: Durgin sterling silver forks, Durgin sterling silver knives, Durgin sterling silver spoons, Durgin sterling silver serving pieces, and Durgin sterling silver hollowware.

Click the images to view larger versions with more details. If you would like to contribute other Towle patterns to this blog, please send us an email: info {at} leonceantiques {dot} com

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Tiffany sterling silver patterns

September 17, 2008 at 2:58 pm (Tiffany patterns) (, , , , , , , , , )

Tiffany is based in New York,NY and has been manufacturing silver since 1853 and is currently still manufacturing quality silver.

Here is a list of the patterns by Tiffany which are currently available through our antique sterling store. Here are the direct links for our Tiffany inventory: Tiffany sterling silver forks, Tiffany sterling silver knives, Tiffany sterling silver spoons, Tiffany sterling silver serving pieces, and Tiffany sterling silver hollowware.

Click the images to view larger versions with more details. If you would like to contribute other Tiffany patterns to this blog, please send us an email: info {at} leonceantiques {dot} com

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Stieff sterling silver patterns

September 17, 2008 at 2:18 pm (Stieff patterns) (, , , , , , , , , )

Stieff is based in Baltimore, MD and has been manufacturing silver since 1904. They are the successors of the Baltimore Sterling Silver Company.

Here is a list of the patterns by Stieff which are currently available through our antique sterling store. Here are the direct links for our Stieff inventory: Stieff sterling silver forks, Stieff sterling silver knives, Stieff sterling silver spoons, Stieff sterling silver serving pieces, and Stieff sterling silver hollowware.

Click the images to view larger versions with more details. If you would like to contribute other Stieff patterns to this blog, please send us an email: info {at} leonceantiques {dot} com

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Frank Smith sterling silver patterns

September 16, 2008 at 2:24 pm (Frank Smith patterns) (, , , , , , , , , , , , )

Frank Smith was based in Gardner, MA and were manufacturing silver from 1886-1958.

Here is a list of the patterns by Frank Smith which are currently available through our antique sterling store. Here are the direct links for our Frank Smith inventory: Frank Smith sterling silver forks, Frank Smith sterling silver knives, Frank Smith sterling silver spoons, Frank Smith sterling silver serving pieces, and Frank Smith sterling silver hollowware.

Click the images to view larger versions with more details. If you would like to contribute other Frank Smith patterns to this blog, please send us an email: info {at} leonceantiques {dot} com

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Shiebler sterling silver patterns

September 16, 2008 at 2:08 pm (Shiebler patterns) (, , , , , , , , , )

George Shiebler was based in New York, NY and were manufacturing silver from 1876-1910.

Here is a list of the patterns by Shiebler which are currently available through our antique sterling store. Here are the direct links for our Shiebler inventory: Shieblersterling silver forks, Shiebler sterling silver knives, Shiebler sterling silver spoons, Shiebler sterling silver serving pieces, and Shiebler sterling silver hollowware.

Click the images to view larger versions with more details. If you would like to contribute other Shiebler patterns to this blog, please send us an email: info {at} leonceantiques {dot} com

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Reed & Barton sterling silver patterns

September 15, 2008 at 2:57 pm (Reed and Barton patterns) (, , , , , , , , , , , , )

Reed and Barton is based in Taunton, MA. They have been manufacturing silver since 1840.

Here is a list of the patterns by Reed and Barton which are currently available through our antique sterling store. Here are the direct links for our Reed & Barton inventory: Reed & Barton sterling silver forks, Reed & Barton sterling silver knives, Reed & Barton sterling silver spoons, Reed & Bartonsterling silver serving pieces, and Reed & Barton sterling silver hollowware.

Click the images to view larger versions with more details. If you would like to contribute other Reed and Barton patterns to this blog, please send us an email: info {at} leonceantiques {dot} com

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Mount Vernon sterling silver patterns

September 15, 2008 at 2:23 pm (Mount Vernon patterns) (, , , , , , , , , )

Mount Vernon was created in 1903 by a merger of several silversmiths. Gorham would eventually purchase Mount Vernon in the late 19th century.

Here is a list of the patterns by Mount Vernon which are currently available through our antique sterling store. Here are the direct links for our Mount Vernon inventory: Mount Vernon sterling silver forks, Mount Vernon sterling silver knives, Mount Vernon sterling silver spoons, and Mount Vernon sterling silver serving pieces.

Click the images to view larger versions with more details. If you would like to contribute other Mount Vernon patterns to this blog, please send us an email: info {at} leonceantiques {dot} com

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J.B and S.M Knowles sterling silver patterns

September 14, 2008 at 3:53 pm (J.B & S.M Knowles patterns) (, , , , , , , , , , , )

J.B & S.M Knowles was based in Providence, RI. Knowles was manufacturing from 1875-1905, and would eventually be purchased by Mauser.

Here is a list of the patterns by Knowles which are currently available through our antique sterling store. Here are the direct links for our Knowles inventory: Knowles sterling silver forks, Knowles sterling silver spoons, Knowles sterling silver serving pieces, and Knowles sterling silver hollowware.

Click the images to view larger versions with more details. If you would like to contribute other Knowles patterns to this blog, please send us an email: info {at} leonceantiques {dot} com

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Lunt sterling silver patterns

September 14, 2008 at 3:42 pm (Lunt patterns) (, , , , , , , , , , , )

Lunt is based in Greenfield, MA and has been manufacturing silver since 1901. Up until 1935, their name was Rogers, Lunt, and Bowlen.

Here is a list of the patterns by Lunt which are currently available through our antique sterling store. Here are the direct links for our Lunt inventory: Lunt sterling silver forks, Lunt sterling silver knives, Lunt sterling silver spoons, Lunt sterling silver serving pieces, and Lunt sterling silver hollowware.

Click the images to view larger versions with more details. If you would like to contribute other Lunt patterns to this blog, please send us an email: info {at} leonceantiques {dot} com

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Kirk sterling silver patterns

September 14, 2008 at 3:01 pm (Kirk and Sons patterns) (, , , , , , , , , , , , )

Samuel Kirk has been manufacturing silver since 1815. The company would eventually turn into Kirk and Sons – Stieff.

Here is a list of the patterns by Kirk and Sons which are currently available through our antique sterling store. Here are the direct links for our Kirk inventory: Kirk sterling silver forks, Kirk sterling silver knives, Kirk sterling silver spoons, Kirk sterling silver serving pieces, and Kirk sterling silver hollowware.

Click the images to view larger versions with more details. If you would like to contribute other Kirk and Sons patterns to this blog, please send us an email: info {at} leonceantiques {dot} com

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Georg Jensen sterling silver patterns

September 12, 2008 at 4:07 pm (Georg Jensen patterns) (, , , , , , , , , , )

Georg Jensen is based in Denmark, and has been manufacturing some of the finest sterling silver since 1904. Some background information on the company can be found here.

Here is a list of the patterns by Georg Jensen which are currently available through our sterling antiques store. Here are the direct links for our Georg Jensen inventory: Georg Jensen sterling silver forks, Georg Jensen sterling silver knives, Georg Jensen sterling silver spoons, Georg Jensen sterling silver serving pieces, and Georg Jensen sterling silver hollowware.

Click the images to view larger versions with more details. If you would like to contribute other Georg Jensen patterns to this blog, please send us an email: info {at} leonceantiques {dot} com