Glastonbury Silver Co.
Chicago, IL  1906-1950  See flatware patterns.
Gee-Esco
See Glastonbury Silver Co.
Gerity Products, Inc.
Toledo, OH  1898-Present
Griffon Cutlery Works
New York, NY  1915-Present  Best known as a cutlery manufacturer.  
Became Griffon Cutlery Corp. around 1940.  They also had a factory in Solingen,  
Germany.  Acquired by Cole National Corp. in 1969.
Goldfeder Silverware Company, Inc.
Yalesville, CT  Founded in 1932.  
Succeeded by Birmingham Silver Co.
Roswell Gleason
Dorchester, MA  1822-1850  Continued under the firm
name of R. Gleason & Sons 1850-1871.
Grand Silver Co.
New York, NY  1914-2007
Gotham Silver Co.
New York, NY  c. 1920-c. 1950
Grace Silver Plate
A trademark of Oneida.  See flatware patterns.
Roswell Gleason & Sons
Dorchester, MA  1850-1871
The Gorham Co. / Gorham Manufacturing Co.
Listed under Silversmiths.  See flatware patterns.
Godinger Silver Art Co.
New York, NY  1972-Present  Founded by Arnold
Godinger and William Lefkowitz.  
Website.  
See
flatware patterns.
Lurelle Guild
A line of holloware made by International Silver in the 1930s under
their International Giftware series and designed by industrial designer
Lurelle Van Arsdale Guild.
Guildcraft
A trademark of the National Silver Co.
Grosvenor Plate
A trademark of Wallace Silversmiths.  See flatware patterns.
Genesee Silver Plate
A trademark of Oneida.  See flatware patterns.
Gem Silver Co.
A trademark of the Wilcox Silver Plate Co.
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