State House
A line of three sterling flatware patterns intended
for private distrubtion and made by Oneida.
See
flatware patterns.
Theodore B. Starr
New York, NY  1877-1924
Maker and retailer of quality holloware and small
amount of flatware.  Acquired by Reed & Barton.
Starr & Marcus
New York, NY  1864-1877  
Stauffer & Harley
Philadelphia, PA  1852-1863
Enoch Stanton
Stonington, CT  c. 1770-1780
Partnered with brothers Daniel and Zebulon Stanton in the firm of
D.E. & Z. Stanton 1775-1780.  An army lieutenant, Stanton died during the Revolutionary War in defense
of Fort Griswold in 1781.
Henry Burrill Stanwood / H.B. Stanwood & Co.
Boston, MA  1839-1868
In the partnership of Harris & Stanwood 1839-1850.  Operated as
H.B. Stanwood & Co. 1853-1862 then Shreve, Stanwood & Co.
(which would become Shreve, Crump & Low Co.) 1862-1868.  
Silversmith and jeweler.
Zebulon Stanton
Stonington, CT  1775-1828
Was in the partnership of D.E. & Z. Stanton with brothers
Daniel and Enoch Stanton 1775-1780.
John Staniford
Windham, CT  1760-1792  
In the partnership of Elderkin & Staniford in 1790-1792.
Stanley & Ayer
Concord, NH  1857-1885
J. Byron Stanley and Richard H. Ayer.
Daniel Stanton
Stonington, CT  1775-1780
Was in the partnership of D.E. & Z. Stanton with his brothers
Enoch and Zebulon Stanton.
William T. Stark
Xenia, OH  c. 1832-1853
J. Byron Stanley
Concord, NH  c. 1850-1884  
In the partnerships of Reed & Stanley with George P. Reed c. 1850-1851
and later Stanley & Ayer 1857-1884 which continued another year after
his death in 1884.
W.P. & H. Stanton / Stanton & Bro.
Rochester, NY  1826-1866
A partnership between brothers William P. and Henry Stanton.  
Advertised as Stanton & Bro. 1845-1850.
Seth P. Squire
New York, NY  1845-1881  
Partnered with his brother in the firm of Squire & Brother 1845-1853.  
Silversmith, watchmaker, and jeweler.
Squire & Lander
New York, NY  1855-1870  
Partnership of Bela Scoville Squire and Tobias D. Lander.
Squire & Brother
New York, NY  1845-1853
Partnership of Bela Scoville Squire and Seth P. Squire.
David M. Spurgin
Carlisle, KY 1833-1847; Winchester, KY 1847-1852; and
Greencastle, IN 1853-1892
Hezekiah S. Sprague
Wooster, OH 1820-1829 and Newark, OH 1830-c. 1880  
Silversmith and jeweler.
1912 Theodore B. Starr Ad
1855 Stauffer & Harley Ad
Sprague to Stauffer
Sprague to Stauffer
Lindel Sprague
Columbus, OH 1815-1820 and Wooster, OH 1820-1875  
Formed a partnership with his brother Hezekiah Sprague under the
name of L. & H. Sprauge 1820-1829.
Philemon Stacy
Boston, MA  1819-1829
Bela S. Squire
New York, NY  1834-1879  
Involved in a number of partnerships:
Benedict & Squire with Martin Benedict 1839-1845.
Squire & Brother with Seth P. Squire 1845-1853.
Squire, Lander & Co. with Horatio N. Squire and Tobias D. Lander 1853-1855.
Squire & Lander with Tobias D. Lander 1855-1870.
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Richard Starr
Boston, MA  c. 1807