Harvey & Otis
Providence, RI 1884-2003
Founded by Henry W. Harvey and Samuel Otis. Makers of sterling flatware and souvenir
spoons and gold masonic and fraternal jewelry.
Benjamin B. Hastings
Cleveland, OH 1830-1846; Sacramento, CA c. 1850-1852; and
New York, NY 1868-1882
Cleveland, OH c. 1815-1820
John Hasselbring / Hasselbring Mfg. Co.
Brooklyn, NY c. 1890-c. 1955
Founded by John Hasselbring c. 1890 as makers of sterling holloware and novelties.
Incorporated in 1911 as the Hasselbring Mfg. Co. and purchased by the Crown Silver
Barnabas Dodge Haskell
Boston, MA 1832-1835 and Haverhill, MA c. 1840-1883
Henry C. Haskell
New York, NY c. 1881-1914
Jewelers; made small sterling novelty items.
David B. Hastings
Boston, MA 1847-1897
Was in partnership with his brother Joshua Hastings under the name of
D.B. & J. Hastings 1855-1891.
William E. Haskins
Boston, MA 1829-1831 and Providence, RI 1832-1886
Was in the partnership of W.E. & R. Haskins with Ralph Haskins
Brand name of cigarette cases made by the Elgin American Mfg. Co.
Hawley & Leach
Utica, NY 1853-1856
A partnership between Horace Harlow Hawley, George Leach and
William Haverstick, Sr. (b. 1756 d. 1823)
Philadelphia, PA c. 1778-1793 and
Lancaster, PA 1795-1819
Marks used by both Jr. and Sr. Haverstick.
Lancaster, PA c. 1799-1810
New York, NY 1880-1962
Well known maker of cut glass wares, including many silver mounted
items. Most of the silver mounts were made by Gorham and Durgin
beginning in the 1880s. By 1913, Hawkes was making their own mounts.
Harvey to Hawley
Harvey to Hawley
John D. Haverstick
Lancaster, PA c. 1805-1809; Carlisle, PA 1809-1825; and Erie, PA c. 1826
William Haverstick, Jr. (b. 1780 d. 1859)
Lancaster, PA 1803-1810 and
Philadelphia, PA 1810-1813
John Dean Hawley
Cazenovia, NY 1841-1844 and Syracuse, NY 1844-1890
Hawley was involved with a number of partnerships:
Willard & Hawley with William W. Willard 1844-1846 and 1848-1869.
Wllard, Hawley & Co. 1846-1848.
J. Dean Hawley, Son & Co. 1889-1890.
Natchez, MS c. 1816-1825
Was in the partnership of Haughton & Downs with Adney C.
Downs 1820-1821. Went into the dry goods business in 1825.