Holmes, Booth & Haydens
Waterbury, CT  1853-1901  
A prominent brass and copper goods manufacaturer.  Silverplate
flatware production began c. 1865 and ended in 1886 when this
division was sold to Rogers & Hamilton.  See
flatware patterns.
Homan Manufacturing Co.
Cincinnati, OH   Founded in 1847 by Henry
Homan and Asa F. Flagg as H. Homan & Co.,
Britannia ware manufacturers.  Silverplate
production began around 1864.  The name
was changed to the Homan Silver Plate Co.
c. 1896 and then to the Homan Manufacturing
Co. c. 1910.  Homan went out of business in 1941.
Holmes, Booth & Atwood Mfg. Co.
Waterbury, CT  1869-1871  Succeeded by Plume & Atwood.
Holmes & Tuttle Mfg. Co.
Bristol, CT and Boston, MA  Founded in 1851 by Israel Holmes.  
Taken over by the Bristol Brass & Clock Co. in 1857.  Became part
of the American Silver Co. in 1901 then International Silver in 1935.  
International continued to produce under the Holmes & Tuttle name
until the 1940s.  See
flatware patterns.
1870 Holmes, Booth & Haydens Advertisement
1894 Homan & Co. Advertisement
The Holmes & Edwards Silver Co.
Listed under Silversmiths.  See flatware patterns.
Heritage Silversmiths
A trademark of the Godinger Silver Art Co.
Joseph Heinrichs
New York, NY and Paris, France  1897-1937
E.V. Houghwout & Co.
New York, NY  A fancy goods store that started in 1857.  In the
1860s they acquired "in the metal" goods from Reed & Barton
and plated them at their own facility.
Hopewell Plate
A trademark of Reed & Barton.  See flatware patterns.
T. Hessenbruch & Co.
Philadelphia, PA  c. 1890-1897  Primarily a cutlery manufacturer.
Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co.
Chicago, IL  1882-1962
Hope Chest
A trademark of International Silver.  See flatware patterns.
Hollywood Silver Plate
A trademark of International Silver.  See flatware patterns.
L. Herder & Son
Philadelphia, PA  1871-1879  Successor to Clarenbach & Herder,
with roots back to 1847.  Cutlery manufacturers.
c. 1900 L. Herder & Son Business Card
Heinrichs to Houghwout
Heinrichs to Houghwout
Hollyhock Silver Plate
A trademark of International Silver.  See flatware patterns.
Home Crest Silver Plate
A trademark of International Silver first used in 1928.
See
flatware patterns.
H.S. Hewett & Co.
Brockton, MA  c. 1898-1920
Heirloom Plate
A trademark of Oneida.  See flatware patterns.
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