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ccd Charters, Cann & Dunn
New York, NY
Active ca. 1850's - James Charters, John Cann & David Dunn

cwc C.W. Chatterton
Springfield, Illinois
Active ca. 1840 - at least 1900

C&B Clark & Biddle
Philadelphia, PA
Founded in the 1860's, successors to T.C. Garrett, uncle to Samuel Biddle. The firm later became Robbins, Clark & Biddle and, in 1894, they merged with Bailey & Co. to become Bailey, Banks & Biddle

BC Benjamin Cleveland
Newark, NJ
(b.1767 - d.1837) Active ca. 1790 - 1830

IC John Coburn
Boston, MA
(b.1725 - d.1803)

AC Albert Coles
New York, NY
Active ca. 1835 - 1875

C&R Coles & Reynolds
New York, NY
A partnership of Albert Coles, lasted only a couple of years in the early 1870's before being purchased by George Shiebler.

Concord Concord Silver Co.
Concord, New Hampshire (1925 - 1942)
Flatware producers

BC James Conning
New York, NY & Mobile, AL
(b.1813 - d.1872) Active NY ca. 1840, Mobile ca. 1842 - 1872

BC John H. Connor
New York, NY
Active ca. 1830's. In partnership with Garrett Eoff 1833 - 1835

cooley Oliver B. Cooley
Utica, NY
(b.1809 - d.1844)

BC Copeland & Biederhase
New York, NY
Active ca. 1851 - 1856. Robert Copeland and Bernard D. Beiderhase, Copeland later worked in Philadelphia.

Cottle S. Cottle & Company
New York, NY - (1877 - 1920)
Novelty and vanity items in sterling and gold.

crane Benjamin F. Crane
St. Louis, MO
Active ca. 1842 - 1861

Crosby Crosby
New York, NY - (1911 - Present)
Tradename of A.Cohen & Sons, wholesalers of subcontracted. sterling and plated ware.

Crosby, Morse & Foss
Boston, MA
Active 1869 - 1875

c&r Currier & Roby
New York
1900 - c.1943
Makers of small, high quality items.

curtis H. H. Curtis & Co.
North Attleboro, Massachusetts
c.1890 - 1915

BC I. Cushing
Location Unknown
(b.1767 - d.1837) Active ca. 1790 - 1830

BC A. Cutler
Boston, MA
(b.1808 - d.1894) Active ca. 1820 - 1852

Edward Davis
Newburyport, MA
(d.1781) active c.1770

Joshua George Davis
Boston, MA
working c.1796 - 1840

William G. DeMatteo (1895-1980)
Bergenfield, NJ
Active 1919 - 1968. Designer and maker of handwrought Arts & Crafts sterling holloware. His son William L. & grandson Chip both followed in the tradition.

William L. DeMatteo (1923-1988)
Williamsburg & Alexandria, VA
Designer and maker of handwrought Arts & Crafts & fine antique reproduction sterling holloware. Studied under his father and became master smith at the Colonial Williamsburg Restoration in Virginia.

B. Dexter
Location Unknown
possibly a later retailing mark used by Benjamin Dexter of New Bedford, MA. Kovel's notes that he was active ca. 1830

Richard Dimes Company
South Boston, Massachusetts ~ 1908 - 1955
Sterling flatware and holloware. Eventually absorbed into Lunt Silversmiths

Dominick & Haff Dominick & Haff
New York, NY (1868 - 1928)
Very fine quality holloware and flatware, they were absorbed into Reed & Barton.

Leonore Doskow Inc.
Montrose, New York ~ 1934 - Present
Handmade sterling jewelry & novelty items.

George R. Downing
Newark NJ & New York NY
Active Newark c.1815 - 1825 and later in NY.

Samuel Drowne
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
(b.1749 - d.1815)

Theodore Dubosq
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Active ca. 1829 - 1850

duhmeduhme Duhme & Co
Cincinatti

durgin Dunkirk Silversmiths
Meriden, CT
c.1945 - 1950, manufacturers of sterling and silverplated wares.

Cary Dunn
Underhill VT, Morristown NJ, Newark NJ & New York NY
(d.1798) working from c.1765 - 1823

durgin Wm. B. Durgin Co.
Concord, NH & Providence, RI
1853 - 1931 absorbed into Gorham

William B. Durgin
Concord, NH
Early marks, used in the second half of the 19th Century.

L. F. Durussel
Location Unknown
Second half of 19th Century, likely a retailer's mark.

esco Eastern Sterling Company
New York, NY
c.1940's - Present
mostly sterling Judaica.

Anna Eicher
Park Ridge, Illinois ~ c.1900 - 1925
Handwrought Arts & Crafts, her husband Heinrich worked for Kalo.

Elgin Silversmith Co.
New York, New York ~ 1946 - Present?
Sterling flatware & holloware. Absorbed Redlich & Co. and Currier & Roby

P.W. Ellis & Co.
Toronto, Canada ~ 1877 - 1928
Absorbed by Birks in 1928.



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