H. Fred Skaggs
Scottsdale, AZ  1956-1982  
Maker of handwrought sterling holloware, flatware, and jewelry.
Peer Smed
Brooklyn, NY  1909-1943  
Danish born and trained; designed for Tiffany & Co. in the 1930s.  Important
maker of sterling handwrought flatware and holloware whose items are on display
in a number of museums around the country.
Alvah Skinner / A. Skinner & Son
Boston, MA  1830-1883  
Was a partner in the firm of Skinner & Sweet with
James Sweet 1845-1857 and A. Skinner & Son 1881-1883,
A. Skinner & Son remaining in business until 1913.
Abraham Skinner
New York, NY  1756-1762
Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co.
Wallingford, CT  1866-1898  
Began as a silverplate manufacturer; sterling flatware was added c. 1895.  
Acquired by International Silver in 1898 who continued to use their mark.
Makers of sterling flatware and holloware.
Jonathon Simpson
Bardstown, KY c. 1821-1844; Louisville, KY c. 1850;
and Madison, IN 1861-1863
S. Simpson
Hopkinsville, KY  c. 1857-1859
Skinner & Sweet
Boston, MA  1845-1857
Alvah Skinner and James Sweet.
Joseph Skinger
Alburg Springs, CT 1946-1958 and Stowe, VT 1958-1967
Primarily a jeweler and sculptor, Skinger also made sterling flatware
and holloware.
William Simpkins
Boston, MA  1728-1770  
Partnered with Samuel Minott in the firm of Minott & Simpkins
c. 1770.
Simons, Bro. & Co. / Simons Bros. Co.
Philadelphia, PA  1877-Present  
Founded by George Washington Simons and Peter Boneil
Simons.  The firm of Simons, Bro. & Co. incorporated in
1913 as Simons Bros. Co.  Acquired Peter L. Krider Co. in
1903.  Makers of sterling flatware, holloware, thimbles,
novelties and jewelry; made swords during the Civil War.  
Stopped making flatware in 1908 when their dies were sold
to Alvin Mfg. Co.  
Website.  See flatware patterns.
J. & A. Simmons
New York, NY  1802-1814  
James and Abraham Simmons.
Simmons & Paye
North Attleboro, MA  1896-1901  
Succeeded by Paye & Baker.  Some of their dies were acquired
by the Wendell Mfg. Co.
James Simmons
New York, NY  c. 1802-1816  
Was in the partnership of J. & A. Simmons 1802-1814.
William Cadogan Simes
Kittery, ME  c. 1795 and
Portsmouth, NH  1801-1820
1899 Simmons & Paye Ad
1897 Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co. Ad
1899 Simons, Bro. & Co. Ad
Simes to Smed
Helen Kenny Simon
New York, NY  1948-1962  
Worked with husband Theodore Simon in their shop called The Two Simons.
Olaf Skoogfors
Philadelphia, PA  1959-1975
Sinclair Mfg. Co.
Chartley, MA  1947-Present
Made sterling goods in the 1950s.
Anthony Simmons
Philadelphia, PA  1795-1808
Was in the partnerships of Simmons & Alexander 1801-1804.
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