Boston, MA c. 1850
Middletown Silver Co.
Middletown, CT c. 1900-1940
Makers of sterling and silverplate holloware. Their sterling mark
is on the left, one of their silverplate marks on the right.
Boston, MA 1753-1803
In the partnership of Minott & Austin with Josiah Austin 1765-1769.
Mills & Forristall
Boston, MA 1846-1861
Elisha S. Mills and Philander J. Forristall.
Charleston, SC c. 1805-1840
Silversmith and jeweler.
Edward F. Miller
Providence, RI 1824-1850
Silversmith and watchmaker.
New York, NY 1795-1815
Providence, RI 1822-1850
Abner Halsey Miller
Newark, NJ 1854-1888 and Chicago, IL 1856-1883
Was in the partnership of A.H. & J.H. Miller in Newark
1854-1888 and opened a branch location in Chicago in
1856 under the name of A.H. Miller & Bros. When James left the business in 1860, the Newark store
retained the A.H. & J.H. Miller name while the Chicago location was renamed simply A.H. Miller.
New York, NY 1950s
Modernist studio jeweler.
A.H. & J.W. Miller
Newark, NJ 1852-1860
Brothers Abner Halsey Miller and James Wesley Miller.
Providence and Pawtucket, RI 1840-1850
John Paul Miller
Cleveland and Brecksville, OH 1937-Present
Highly regarded silversmith and jeweler affiliated with the Cleveland Institute of Art.
Produced holloware in the mid-1950s.
Frederick A. Miller
Brecksville, OH 1940-1976
Began working in 1940 almost exclusively making holloware. Started working
occasionally for Potter and Mellen in 1946, he and fellow silversmith Jack Schlundt
bought the company in 1967 and continued to work until his retirement in 1976.
George F. Mills
New York, NY 1834-1847
Lawrence Miller & Co.
Alexandria, VA c. 1995-Present
St. Charles, MO 1835-1874
William B. Meyers Co.
Newark, NJ 1907-c. 1958
Makers of antique reproductions, ceremonial religious
vessels and, beginning in 1932, silver miniatures.
New York, NY 1940s-1950s
John Matthew Micksch
Bethlehem, PA c. 1828-1841
Meyer to Miraglia
Meyer to Miraglia
Philadelphia, PA 1810-1840
In the partnership of Ward & Miller 1821-1824 and
Wm. Miller & Son 1833-1835.
West Orange, NJ 1940s-1950s
Platteville, WI c. 1855
Philadelphia, PA 1857-c. 1785