Philadelphia, PA 1832-1888
Involved in several partnerships:
J. & W. Watts 1839-1851
Watts & Harper 1859-1862
Watts & Butler in 1867
Watts & Son with James A. Watts 1882-1886
Philadelphia, PA 1820-1872
Was in the partnerships of Hildeburn &
Watson 1830-1833 and Watson & Hildeburn
Boston, MA c. 1815-1839
Was in the partnerships of Davis & Watson in 1815,
Davis, Watson & Co. c. 1822-1825, and Watson & Brown 1836-1838.
Watson & Newell / Watson Co.
Attleboro, MA 1880-1955
Watson & Newell was founded by Clarence L. Watson
and Fred A. Newell who worked together at Cobb,
Gould & Co. (1874-1880). They expanded to Watson,
Newell & Co 1886-1895, incorporationg in 1895 to the
Watson, Newell Co. The company was renamed c. 1915
to the Watson Co. With showrooms in Chicago, New
York and San Francisco, Watson became a major
manufacturer of sterling flatware and holloware. The
mark of the flag with the H in it was for flatware made by
their subsidiary company, the Mechanics Sterling Co. Watson also made a
line of sterling holloware for Wilcox & Wagoner beginning about 1900 bearing
the sword and laurel wreath mark. When Wilcox & Wagoner folded c. 1905, Watson continued producing
with this mark until 1929. The crown/W/lion mark was used 1910-1950. Watson was acquired by Wallace
Silversmithsin 1955; their souvenir spoon dies went to J.T. Inman. See flatware patterns.
Watson & Brown
Philadelphia, PA 1836-1838
Watson & Hildeburn
Philadelphia, PA 1839-1849
Joseph H. Watson
Warrenton, VA 1844-1880
Silversmith and jeweler.
Watson & Briggs Co.
Attleboro, MA c. 1934
Watrous Mfg. Co.
Wallingford, CT 1896-Present
Successor to Maltby, Stevens & Curtiss. Makers of sterling
and silverplated flatware, holloware, and novelties. In 1898
Watrous was one of the founding companies of International
Boston, MA c. 1793-1805
Watts & Butler
Philadelphia, PA 1867
James Watts and James P. Butler.
Watts & Harper
Philadelphia, PA 1859-1862
James Watts and Henry Harper.
Philadelphia, PA c. 1805-1850
Waters to Weatherly
Alexandra Solowij Watkins
Boston, AM c. 1955-Present
Modernist jeweler and silversmith. Co-owner of Atelier Janiyé.
A division of the Watson Co. c. 1915-c.1935
Waters to Weatherly