Portland, ME 1823-1828 and Bangor, ME c. 1830-1888
Was in the partnership is Ilsley & Titcomb with David Smith Ilsley
1825-1826 then later the partnership of A. & P. Titcomb with his
brother Philip Titcomb 1835-1837.
Benjamin H. Tisdale
Newport, RI 1812-1859 and
Providence, RI c. 1824
Was in the partnership of B.H. Tisdale & Son
with Henry Tisdale 1850-1855.
James R. Tillotson
Terre Haute, IN 1859-1877
Titlow & Fry
Philadelphia, PA 1844-1847
Tilden-Thurber & Co. / Tilden-Thurber Co.
Providence, RI 1880-Present
Founded by Henry Tilden and Gorham Thurber,
and William H. Thurber. Successor to Henry T.
Brown & Co., with roots back to 1856. Went by the name Tilden-Thurber & Co. from 1880 until 1892 when
the business incorporated, changing its name at that time to the Tilden-Thurber Corporation. No longer
manufacturing, they are now dealers in art and antiques.
Philadelphia, PA c. 1833 and 1856-1859
Silversmith and watchmaker.
New York, NY 1762-1767 and Philadelphia, PA 1796
New York, NY 1810-1833
Daniel B. Thompson
Brattleboro, VT c. 1817-1876
Partnered with Bethuel Ranger in the firm of Thompson & Ranger
Thompson & Ranger
Brattleboro, VT c. 1850-1878
Daniel B. Thompson and Bethuel Ranger. Thompson died in
1876 and continued under the same name until 1878 when
Ranger took Thompson's son as a partner, changing the name to Ranger & Thompson.
Tiffany & Co.
New York, NY 1853-Present
Founded by Charles L. Tiffany and began
as Tiffany & Young in 1837. Website.
See flatware patterns.
Tiffany, Young & Ellis
New York, NY 1841-1853
Retailers. Successor to Tiffany & Young.
Became Tiffany & Co.
Henry E. Thomas
Nashville, TN 1839-1840
Thomas to Titus
New York, NY 1834-1841
New York, NY 1837-1847
Thomas to Titus
Tifft & Whiting
North Attleboro, MA 1840-1853
Founded by Albert Crandall Tifft and William Dean Whiting. Makers of sterling holloware and
jewelry, with flatware production beginning in 1847. Whiting bought out Tifft in 1853, the company
became W.D. Whiting & Co., the precursor to the Whiting Mfg. Co.