Weidlich Sterling Spoon Co.
Bridgeport, CT  c. 1915-1950  
Makers of sterling flatware, holloware, and souvenir spoons.
Weidlich's pattern dies were acquired by the Web Silver Co. in
1852.  See
flatware patterns.
Simon Wedge, Sr.  (b. 1774  d. 1823)
Baltimore, MD  1798-1823
Henry Lamson Webster / Henry L. Webster & Co.
Providence, RI  1831-1864
Webster went into partnership with Jabez Gorham in 1831 as
Gorham & Webster.  William G. Price was added to the firm in
1837 and the name was changed to Gorham, Webster & Price.  
Gorham sold out his interest in the business in 1841.  Webster then went on
to  work for N. Harding & Co. and then Gorham & Son.  He joined forces with Joseph B. Knowles as the
partnership of H.L. Webster & Co. 1852-1864 with Samuel J. Ladd joining the company in 1859.
Webster Co.
North Attleboro, MA  c. 1894-Present  
Founded by George K. Webster as G.K. Webster & Co.
in 1878.  Became the Webster Co. c. 1894.  Makers of  
miscellaneous sterling flatware items, holloware, vanity items
and novelties along with a small line of silverplate items.  Became
a subsidiary of Reed & Barton in 1950, operating as an independent
company.  Purchased the Frank W. Smith Silver Co. in 1958.
George W. Webb / Geo. W. Webb & Co.
Baltimore, MD  1830-1890  
Worked as Geo. W. Webb & Co. 1865-1886,
with W.H. Sexton as a partner 1865-1877.  
Silversmith and jeweler.
James Webb
Baltimore, MD  1810-1844
Partnered with his son James Webb, Jr. as James Webb & Son
c. 1835.  Was in the partnership of Webb & Johannes with
John M. Johannes 1827-1835.
Web Silver Company
Philadelphia, PA  1950-Present  
Acquired the dies of the Weidlich Sterling Spoon Co. in 1952.  Makers of sterling
flatware, holloware, and novelties.  Now a part of Salisbury Sterling.  
Website.
Joshua Weaver
West Chester, PA  c. 1795-1815
Emmor Trego Weaver
Philadelphia, PA  1808-1833
Nicholas Nicholas Weaver
Utica, NY  c. 1811-1821 and 1834-1847; Cleveland, OH 1822-1834
and 1847-1853
Was in the partnership of N.N. & W. Weaver with Wilhelm Weaver in 1817.  
Formed partnerships with his sons on two separate occasions as N.N. Weaver
& Son, first with Joseph Shoemaker Weaver 1846-1847 and later with William Nicholas Weaver 1849-1853.
Weidlich Bros. Mfg. Co.
Bridgeport, CT  1901-1950
Founded by L.W. Weidlich.  Primarily makers of silverplated goods, they
also made sterling trophies.  Affiliated with the Weidlich Sterling Spoon Co.
Weaver to Weidlich
Weaver to Weidlich
E.G. Webster & Son
Brooklyn, NY  1886-1928  
Founded by Elizur G. Webster and his son Fred H. Webster.  The
business was sold to International Silver in 1928 and moved to
Meriden, CT, where it was combined with the Barbour Silver Co.  
Primarily silverplaters.
E.G. Webster & Bro.
Brooklyn, NY  1865-1868 and 1873-1886  
Edward Webb
Boston, MA  c. 1706-1718
Marion Weeber-Welsh
New York, NY  1940s-1990s  
Industrial jewelry and silverware designer.  Also designed whimsical
celluloid buttons in the 1940s.
John M. Weidemeyer
Baltimore, MD 1800-1801; Fredericksburg, VA c. 1806-1822;
and Charlottesville, VA 1823-1830
In the partnership of Weidemeyer & Peacock with
Richard G. Peacock, Jr. 1818-1819.
A.A. Webster & Co.
Brooklyn, NY  1887-1939
Silversmiths, jewelers, and opticians.
1894 A.A. Webster & Co. Ad
Weber-Wagner & Benson Co. / J. Wagner & Sons
New York, NY  
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Louis Weidemeyer
Lynchburg, VA 1817 and New York, NY 1828