C. Bard & Son
Philadelphia, PA  1849-1859  
Began by Conrad Bard and son Edwin Milford Bard.
Conrad Bard
Philadelphia, PA  c. 1825-1854
Was in the partnerships of Bard & Hoffman with Frederick Hoffman 1837-1838 , Bard & Lamont 1841-1845,
and C. Bard & Son from 1850 until his death in 1854.
Bard & Lamont
Philadelphia, PA  1841-1845  
A partnership between Conrad Bard and Robert Lamont.
Standish Barry
Baltimore, MD  1784-1810  
In the partnership of Rice & Barry with Joseph Rice
James Madison Barrows
Tolland, CT  1828-1831
James P. Barnes
Louisville and Jeffersontown, KY  1848-1887
Edward Callistus Barlow
Georgetown, KY  1851-1897
Silversmith and jeweler.
James M. Barlow
Lexington, KY c. 1835-1845; Georgetown, KY 1845-18485; and
Salt Lake City, UT 1850-1870  
Silversmith and jeweler.
J. & S. Barkley (Barklay)
Baltimore, MD  1812-1816  
Joseph and Samuel Barklay.
Archibald Barnet
Baltimore, MD  c. 1791
Samuel Barrett
Nantucket, Hingham, and Hull, MA  c. 1765-1800
Banks & Hatch
Portland, ME  1837-1857  
A partnership between Edward Prince Banks and William Henry
Harrison Hatch.  Silversmiths, jewelers, and watchmakers.  Both men
continued to work independently after the partnership dissolved.
John J. Bangs
Maumee City, OH  1837-1839 and Chillicothe, OH  1839-1870
Barbour Hobson Co.
Hartford, CT  1890-1892
A merger between I.J. Steane & Co. and Barbour Bros. Co.  Precursor to the
Barbour Silver Co.
Michael & Maureen Banner
Chicago, IL 1964-1969; Glencoe, IL 1969-1975; West Stockbridge, MA 1976-1977;
and Monterey, MA 1977-Present  
Makers of quality handwrought sterling holloware and jewelry.
Barbour Silver Co.
Hartford, CT  1892-1899 and Meriden, CT 1899-1943  
Founded by Samuel L. Barbour.  Succeeded Barbour Bros. Co. and
the Barbour Hobson Co.  One of the founding companies of International
Silver Co.  Makers of sterling and silverplate holloware.  The BSC mark continued to be
used in conjunction with an International Silver mark through at least the 1930s.  Their
silverplated wares are marked BSCEP.
Adrian Bancker
New York, NY  c. 1725-1772
1892 Barstow & Williams Ad
Nathaniel Bartlett
Concord, MA  c. 1760
Israel Bartlett
Newbury, MA 1769-1800 and Haverhill, MA 1800-1838  
Served as a Massachusetts state senator 1810-1811 and
Samuel Bartlett
Woburn, MA 1776; Concord, MA 1775-1795; and Cambridge, MA 1795
Barstow & Williams
Providence, RI  1888-1906  
Nathaniel Barstow and Walter S. Williams.  Makers of sterling and
silverplate jewelry, souvenir spoons, and novelties.
Baltimore Silversmiths Mfg. Co.   See The Schofield Co.
B.A. Ballou & Co.
East Providence, RI  1871-2009  
Founded by Barton Allan Ballou.  Manufacturers of gold
and sterling jewelry, findings, and novelties.
Boris Bally
Providence, RI  1980-Present  Website.
1891 B.A. Ballou Ad
Ballou to Bartlett
Edward P. Banks
Portland, ME  1830-c. 1870  Was a partner in the firm of Banks & Hatch with
William H.H. Hatch c. 1837-1857.
Edward M. Bartlett
Philadelphia, PA  1843-1850
1855 Conrad Bard & Son Ad
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Baltimore Sterling Silver Co.
Baltimore, MD  1894-1904  
Originally founded by Charles C. Stieff in 1892 as the Florence
Sterling Silver Co., the name was changed several months
later in 1893 to the Sterling Silver Mfg. Co. and changed again
in 1894 to the Baltimore Sterling Silver Co.  In 1904 it became
The Stieff Co.  Makers of quality sterling flatware and holloware.
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