Cazenovia, NY 1810-1833 and Akron, OH 1841-1854
Silversmith, watchmaker, and jeweler.
Hingham, MA 1810-1840
New York, NY c. 1767-1795
Served as a New York State Senator
F.S. Gilbert & Co.
North Attleboro, MA c. 1899-1913
Maker of sterling flatware, souvenir spoons, and novelties.
John Ward Gilman
Exeter, NH c. 1770-1823
John B. Ginochio
New York, NY 1833-1862
Nathaniel Jenks Gilman
Portland, ME 1844-1857
Partnered with Robert Follansbee in the firm of Gilman &
Follansbee in 1846. Silversmith, watchmaker, and jeweler.
Joseph S. Gilpin
Maysville, KY c. 1842-1863
Fall River, MA 1825-1866
P.J. Gill / Patrick Gill & Sons Co.
Woburn, MA 1911-Present
Founded by Patrick J. Gill, ecclesiastic silversmith. The current business
sells religious giftware and does silver repair and metal refinishing.
Philo B. Gilbert
New York, NY 1838-1868
Was in the partnerships of Gilbert & Cunningham
1838-1840 and Gilbert Cunningham & Co. 1841-1842.
New York, NY 1815-1860
In the firm of Giffing & Hebard with Henry Hebard in 1816.
W.H. Glenny & Co.
Rochester, NY 1876-1911
Makers of sterling novelties, jewelry, and souvenir spoons.
Glaze & Radcliff
Columbia, SC 1848-1851
William Glaze and Thomas W. Radcliff.
Placerville, CA 1968-Present
Makers of sterling novelties, jewelry, western items and equine silver. Website
Herman W. Glendenning
Began working for Arthur Stone in 1920 and added his "G" mark under
Stone's trademark when he was deemed proficient. He attained the title
of Master Craftsman by 1933. Upon Stone's retirement in 1937, Glendenning joined George C. Erickson
at the Erickson Silver Shop. Glendenning set up his own shop in 1971. The mark shown at right was used
beginning in 1955.
Columbia, SC 1838-1882
In the partnerships of Veal & Glaze with John Veal 1838-1841 and
Glaze & Radcliff 1848-1851.
Giffing to Glover
Giffing to Glover
Jean-Baptiste Francois Giquel
New Orleans, LA 1810-1832
Fayetteville, NC 1842-1869 and 1873-1877 and Charlotte, NC 1870-1872