Obadiah Rich
Boston, MA  1830-c. 1850
Rich was in the partnerships of Ward & Rich 1832-1835 and
Rich & Willard with Benjamin F. Willard 1846-1847.
Joseph Taft Rice (b. 1787 d. 1854)
Albany, NY  1813-1853
Rhododendron   See G.B. Stocking
Otto Reichardt Co.
New York, NY  1922-1961  
Makers of sterling holloware.
Relda Sterling   See Paul Adler
Revere Silversmiths / Revere Silver Co.
Brooklyn, NY  1914-Present  
Became Revere Silver Co., a division of Crown
Silver, Inc. around 1960.  Makers of sterling holloware.
J.C. Reiley & Co.
Louisville, KY  1816-1817 and Vincennes, IN 1817-1820
Frederick R. Reichel
San Francisco, CA  c. 1856-1867
Began in c. 1856 as a jewelery manufacturer, and began
making flatware and holloware in 1861.  Was in the partnerships of Reichel & Koehler with William Koehler
c. 1858-1859.
Elisha Reid
Milledgeville, GA  1814-1832; Putnam Co., GA 1832-1836; Columbus, GA 1836-1840
Was in the partnership of T. & E. Reid with Templeton Reid 1814-1815.
Samuel R. Richards, Jr.  (b. 1765  d. 1827)
Philadelphia, PA  1793-1818
In partnership with Samuel Williams of
Richards & Williamson 1797-1800.
Stephen Richard
New York, NY  1801-1829  
Reichardt to Richards
Reichardt to Richards
Ruth Rhoten
San Francisco, CA  c. 1978-Present
Website.
George E. Richard & Co.
New York, NY  c. 1828-1831
Timothy W. Rice
Castleton, VT  1838-1864
Paul Revere, Sr. (Appolos Rivoire)  (b. 1702  d. 1754)
Boston, MA  c. 1725-1754
Paul Revere, Jr.  (b. 1834  d. 1818)
Boston, MA  c. 1755-1818
Noted American patriot, Paul Revere, Jr. worked as a silversmith
and engraver.  By 1788 he opened an iron and brass foundry,
and then in 1801 a copper mill which continues to this day.  
Revere's son, Paul Revere III, worked c. 1783-1813 as a
silversmith, and is best known for making buckles and spoons.
Joseph Rice  (b. 1761  d. 1807)
Baltimore, MD 1784-1801; Savannah, GA 1799-1801 and 1802-1807;
and Augusta, GA 1801-1802
Was a partner in the firm of Rice & Barry 1785-1787 with Standish
Barry and then Rice & Rutter in 1794 with Richard Rutter.
Thomas Richards
New York, NY  c. 1795-1831 0
Silversmith and watchmaker.  
Involved with a number of firms:
Van Voorhis & Son with Daniel Van Voorhis 1797-1798.
Van Voorhis & Richards with Daniel Van Voorhis 1798-1802.
Sayre & Richards with John Sayre 1802-1813.
Foster & Richards with John Foster c. 1815.
Pelletreau & Richards with William S. Pelletreau c. 1825.
Richards & Morrell with William Morrell 1827-1830.
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Thomas Revere, Jr.  (b.c. 1766  d. 1817)
Boston, MA  1789-1803
Nephew of Paul Revere, Jr., and most likely trained with him.
Richard & White
New York, NY  c. 1810
Stephen Richard and Samuel or Stephen White.
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