Smith & Sill
Middletown, CT 1825-1831
John L. Smith and Micah Sill.
Lawrence B. Smith Co. / LBS Co.
Boston, MA 1887-c. 1958
Makers of sterling and silverplated flatware and silverplate
holloware. The marks to the right were found on silverplate
items. Went out of business around 1958.
The Frank W. Smith Silver Co.
Gardner, MA 1886-1958
Frank Smith was the grandson of William Durgin and
worked with him in Concord, NH. Smith went on to
establish his own company. Makers of a full line of
sterling flatware and holloware, their dies were sold
to Towle and the company was sold to Webster Silver Co.
See flatware patterns.
E.H.H. Smith Silver Co.
New York, NY 1904-1914
Makers of sterling novelty items and silverplate
flatware. Succeeded by the Blackstone Silver Co.
Lansingburg, NY 1787-1793
Smith & Chamberlain
Salem, MA 1840-1871
James Ford Smith and Benjamin Chamberlain.
Smith & Grant
Louisville, KY 1827-1831
Smith & Smith
Purchased by Wallace in 1958. Maker of sterling cigar boxes and novelties.
John Leonard Smith
Syracuse, NY 1851-1855
John M. Smith
Nashville, TN c. 1835
Eugene O. Smith
Bath, ME c. 1875
Smith & Chitry
Oswego, NY c. 1840
Francis Smith with an unidentified partner.
New York, NY c. 1815-1836
Boston, MA c. 1742-1789
St. Louis, MO c. 1839
Smith to Smith
Smith to Smith
Smith Metal Arts Co.
Buffalo, NY 1919-Present
Founded by Heintz Art Metal Shop employee Fred Smith and others in
direct competition with their former employer. Made sterling mounted
bronze items in the 1920's under the brand name Silver Crest.
Art Smith (1917-1982)
New York, NY c. 1940- c. 1980
Modernist studio jeweler.
Smith & Boerner
Cincinnati, OH 1861-1864
Harry R. Smith and Charles G. Boerner, Jr., successor
to Beggs & Smith.
Port Chester, NY and Bedford, NY c. 1846
Greenville, SC 1852-1857