Redfield & Rice / Redfield & Rice Mfg. Co.
New York, NY 1863-1872
Redfield & Rice started in 1863 as a partnership between
partnership between James H. Redfield and James Rice as a
successor to Bancroft, Redfield & Rice (1856-1863). They
incorporated in 1866 as the Redfield & Rice Mfg. Co. and went
bankrupt in 1872. See flatware patterns.
Richfield Plate Co.
A subsidiary of the Homan Manufacturing Co.
Racine Silver Plate Co.
Racine, WI 1875-1882 In 1882 moved to
Rockford, IL and renamed the Rockford
Silver Plate Co. after a fire destroyed the factory.
See flatware patterns.
Rockford Silver Plate Co.
Rockford, IL 1882-1925 Began as the Racine
Silver Plate Co. in Racine, WI. When a fire burned
down the factory in 1882, the company moved to
Rockford, IL, and was renamed the Rockford Silver
Plate Co. Became the Sheets-Rockford Silver Co.
in 1925. See flatware patterns.
A trademark of Rogers & Bro. The R&B line was considered
second quality, selling for less money than their premium grade
flatware. See flatware patterns.
Rochester Stamping Co.
Rochester, NY 1900-c. 1930
Rochester Stamping Works
Rochester, NY 1888-1900
Riverton Silver Co.
A division of the A.R. Justice Co.
A trademark of Henry Birks & Sons of Montreal, Canada. The sheaf of
wheat mark was used beginning in 1925.
Racine to Rockford
Racine to Rockford
Bernard Rice's Sons
New York, NY c. 1896-c. 1950
Successor to Bernard Rice & Son.
Reiffel & Husted
Chicago, IL 1917-c. 1970
Reed, Barton & Co.
Taunton, MA 1886-1892
Founded by Waldo Reed and Edward Barton to capitalize on the good name
of Reed & Barton, yet selling inferior goods. Reed & Barton brought suit
against the firm for the use of the name and lost. They ended up purchasing
the company in 1892, terminating them for good.
Regent Mfg. Co.
Chicago, IL 1894-1905
Makers of silverplated holloware, flatware, and metal advertising goods.
Went bankrupt in 1905.