Buck Silver Company
Salamanca, NY 1906-1914
Succeeded by the Buck Plating Co.
J.S. & E. Bromley
New Haven, CT c. 1848-1862
Brothers John S. and Edward Bromley.
Brooklyn Silver Plate Co.
Brooklyn, NY 1890s
Brown & Bros.
Waterbury, CT 1851-1886 Brass, copper, and German
silver manufacturer. Began making silverplated flatware
in 1874. Went out of business in Jan., 1886.
Pittsfield, IL 1919-c. 1930
Bridgeport Silver Co. (II)
A trade name of Holmes & Edwards. Goods with this
name were described as "half plate". See flatware patterns.
Bristol Brass & Clock Co.
Bristol, CT Started in business in 1850 making brass lamp
works and clocks. Acquired Holmes & Tuttle in 1857.
Established the American Silver Co. in 1901 as a successor
firm to both Holmes & Tuttle and the Bristol Brass & Clock
Co. Late 1890s Holmes & Tuttle patterns sometimes carry the Bristol Brass & Clock Co. backstamp.
See flatware patterns.
H. Boker & Co.
New York, NY 1837-Present Primarily a cutlery manufacturer,
they now exclusively produce knives.
Bouquet Plate / Bouquet Silver Plate
A trademark of the Rogers Cutlery Co., which became part
of International Silver in 1898. See flatware patterns.
Bridgeport Silver Co. (I)
Bridgeport, CT c. 1880-1884
Bristol Plate Co.
A trade name of the Pairpoint Mfg. Co.
A part of Holmes & Edwards, which became part of International
Silver in 1898. See flatware patterns.
Black to Buck
Black to Buck
Bristol Silver Co.
Attleboro, MA c. 1912-1913
Bridgeport Silver Plate Co.
Bridgeport, CT 1891-1898 and Lambert's Point, WV 1898-1913
Brooklyn Silver Co.
Brooklyn, NY 1870s
Boston Silver Co. (I)
Boston, MA c. 1881-1884
Factory in Bridgeport, CT.
Boston Silver Co. (II)
Toronto, ON c. 1898
A line of goods manufactured by the Standard Silver Plate Co. for the T. Eaton Co.
Britannia Metal Co.
A trade name of the Van Bergh Silver Plate Co.