Redfield & Rice / Redfield & Rice Mfg. Co.
New York, NY  1863-1872
Redfield & Rice started in 1863 as a partnership between
partnership between James H. Redfield and James Rice as a
successor to Bancroft, Redfield & Rice (1856-1863).  They
incorporated in 1866 as the Redfield & Rice Mfg. Co. and went
bankrupt in 1872.  See
flatware patterns.
Richfield Plate Co.
A subsidiary of the Homan Manufacturing Co.
Racine Silver Plate Co.
Racine, WI  1875-1882  In 1882 moved to
Rockford, IL and renamed the Rockford
Silver Plate Co. after a fire destroyed the factory.
flatware patterns.
Rockford Silver Plate Co.
Rockford, IL  1882-1925  Began as the Racine
Silver Plate Co. in Racine, WI.  When a fire burned
down the factory in 1882, the company moved to
Rockford, IL, and was renamed the Rockford Silver
Plate Co.  Became the Sheets-Rockford Silver Co.
in 1925.  See
flatware patterns.
Reed & Barton
Listed under Silversmiths.  
flatware patterns.
A trademark of Rogers & Bro.  The R&B line was considered
second quality, selling for less money than their premium grade
flatware.  See
flatware patterns.
1891 Rockford Silver Plate Co. Ad
Regal Pure Silver Plate
A trademark of Wallace Silversmiths.  
flatware patterns.
Reliance Plate
A trademark of Oneida Silversmiths.  
flatware patterns.
Revelation Silver Plate
A trademark of International Silvers.  
flatware patterns.
Rochester Stamping Co.
Rochester, NY  1900-c. 1930
Rochester Stamping Works
Rochester, NY  1888-1900
Riverton Silver Co.
A division of the A.R. Justice Co.
Raimond Silver Mfg. Co.
Listed under Silversmiths.
Rideau Plate
A trademark of Henry Birks & Sons of Montreal, Canada.  The sheaf of
wheat mark was used beginning in 1925.
Racine to Rockford
Racine to Rockford
Bernard Rice's Sons
New York, NY  c. 1896-c. 1950
Successor to Bernard Rice & Son.  
1869 Redfield & Rice Advertisement
Reiffel & Husted
Chicago, IL  1917-c. 1970
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Reed, Barton & Co.
Taunton, MA  1886-1892
Founded by Waldo Reed and Edward Barton to capitalize on the good name
of Reed & Barton, yet selling inferior goods.  Reed & Barton brought suit
against the firm for the use of the name and lost.  They ended up purchasing
the company in 1892, terminating them for good.