Frederick J.R. Gyllenberg
Boston, MA  c. 1900-c. 1932  
Maker of handwrought Arts & Crafts sterling holloware.  
Was in the partnership of Gyllenberg & Swanson 1926-c. 1932.
Grosjean & Woodward
New York, NY 1852-1862
Charles Grosjean and John H. Woodward.  An early supplier to Tiffany & Co.
A.T. Gunner Mfg. Co.
Attleboro, MA  1920-1970s  
Founded by Albert T. Gunner.  Makers of sterling holloware.
Peter Guille Ltd.
New York, NY  1940s  
New York branch of the London firm, in business in the U.K. 1936-1951.  Sellers of
antique sterling silver and makers of antique reproduction sterling items.
James Guthre
Wilmington, DE  1822-1840  
In the partnership of Guthre & Jefferis with
Emmor Jefferis c. 1840.
George Griffin  
Louisville, KY  1841-1858
William Griswold
Middletown, CT and Portland, CT c. 1820-1830
Gusterman's Silversmiths
Denver, CO  1950-Present  
A branch location was in Georgetown, CO, 1950-1964.  
Founded by Astrid and Stig Gusterman, owned by Mary Eckels
since 1978.  Makers of handwrought jewelry and small sterling
Gyllenberg & Swanson
Boston, MA  1926-c. 1932  
Founded by Frederick J.R. Gyllenberg and Alfred H. Swanson.  Makers of
handwrought sterling and copper holloware in the Arts & Crafts style.
David Griffith (Griffeth)
Portsmouth and Exeter, NH  1757-1774  
Guthre & Jefferis
Wilmington, DE  c. 1840  
James Guthre and Emmor Jefferis.
Gruen Watch Co.
Cincinnati, OH  A well known watchmaking company with roots back to 1876.  They made
sterling holloware in the 1940s and 1950s.  Went out of business in 1958.
William Brown Guthrie
Mercersburg, PA  c. 1799-1816
Auguste Guelberth
St. Louis, MO  1831-1848
Headed up the partnership of A. Guelberth & Co. 1836-1848.
Edward Groneberg
Baltimore, MD  1850-1870
Primarily a jeweler, listed in 1855-1856 as a manufacturer and dealer in jewelry
and silverware.
Gustafson Craft
Chicago, IL  1945-1964  
Founded by Knut L. Gustafson.  See
flatware patterns.
Grogan Co.
Pittsburgh, PA  1906-1960s  
Business founded by James C. Grogan when J.C. Grogan & Co.
was incorporated in 1906.  Jewelers and silversmiths.
William Grigg
Grigg did quite a bit of moving around:  New York, NY 1765-1769;
Albany, NY 1770-1778; New York again c. 1779; Halifax, Nova Scotia
1782-1789; and back to New York 1789-1796.
Griffin to Gyllenberg
A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   Y   Z
Calvin Guiteau
Whitesboro, NY 1825-1828; Watertown, NY 1828-1836; and
Nashville, TN 1836-1846
Was in the partnership of Peabody & Guiteau with John Peabody 1839-1843.
Griffin to Gyllenberg
A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   Y   Z