James Easton, Jr.
Nantucket, MA 1828-c. 1870
Was a partner in the firm of Easton & Sanford
Savannah, GA 1826-1850
Was a partner in the firm of J. Penfield & Co. in 1826-1828. Upon
Josiah Penfield's death in 1828, Eastman continued the business under
his own name.
Eastern Sterling Co.
New York, NY 1940s-Present
Makers of sterling Judaica.
Chicago, IL 1944-1974
Sold six sterling flatware patterns direct to the consumer; the
patterns were made by Gorham. See flatware patterns.
Newark, NJ 1888-c. 1922
Makers of sterling vanity and novelty items and a small amount of flatware
Eaton, Gordon & Bogert
Newburgh, NY 1856-1860
William R. Eaton, John Gordon, and William Bogert. Produced goods for
Ball, Black & Co. When Eaton retired in 1860, and the company was renamed
Gordon & Bogert.
Park Ridge, IL c. 1900-1925
Maker of quality handwrought Arts & Crafts holloware, flatware, and
other small items.
Easton & Sanford
Nantucket, MA 1830-1838
James Easton, Jr. and Frederick C. Sanford.
John Edwards (b. 1671 d. 1746)
Boston, MA c. 1694-1746
In the partnership of Allen & Edwards with John Allen c. 1694-1702.
Concord, NH 1826-1880
Was a partner with Robert Davis in the firm of Robert Davis & Co. 1826-1828.
Joseph Edwards, Jr. (b. 1737 d. 1783)
Boston, MA c. 1758-1783
M. Eisenstadt Jewelery Co.
St. Louis, MO 1864-1981
Went by Eisenstadt Mfg. Co. from 1904 through the 1940s.
Eagle Sterling Co.
Glastonbury, CT 1894-1904
Successor to W.L. & H.E. Pitkin.
Danville, VT c. 1829-1850
Boston, MA 1726-1762
J.T. Edwards & Co.
Chicago, IL 1847-1849
Electric Chain Co. of Canada
Toronto, ON, Canada 1916-c. 1950
Manufacturing jeweler, also made souvenir spoons. Not the same company as the
Electric Chain Co. of Attleboro, MA.
See Electric Chain Co. of Canada
Eagle to Eleder
Electrolytic Art Metal Co.
Trenton, NJ c. 1909-1920
Makers of silver overlay products.
Boston, MA c. 1721-1755
Eckfeldt & Ackley
New York, NY 1896-c. 1937
Manufacturer of jewelry and novelties.
Walpole, NH 1793-1803 and Westminster, VT 1803-1840
Went into partnership with Benjamin Kindrick as the firm of Eaton & Kindrick
Benjamin Franklin Edmunds
Manchester, NH c. 1850-1856; Boston, MA 1856-c. 1880; and
Jersey City, NJ c. 1880
Eamco See Electrolytic Art Metal Co.
Robert W. Edwards
San Francisco and Oakland, CA c. 1770-1898
Eaves & Nye
Virginia City, NV 1862-1867
William T. Eaves and Emanuel Nye.
Succeeded by Nye & Rothenbucher.
James Benton Eaton (d. 1829)
Boston, MA 1805-1809
Louis C. Eisenschmidt (Eisensmith)
Newport, KY 1887-c. 1920
Eagle to Eleder
Charles Eugene Eckel
Georgetown, DC c. 1813-1851