Polhamus & Strong
New York, NY 1859-1863
John Polhamus and George E. Strong.
Poole Silver Co.
Taunton, MA 1895-1970
Successor to Poole, Roche & Co. Production of their sterling wares began
in 1946. The Bristol Silver division was started in 1950 to manufacture
silverplated holloware. Acquired by the Towle Manufacturing Co. in 1970.
See flatware patterns.
Boston, MA 1782-1816
Lewis Joseph Poncet
Alexandria, VA 1796 and Baltimore, MD 1797-1822
G.L. & J.R. Poor
Selma, AL 1851-1859
George L. Poor and James R. Poor
William Poole (b. 1764 d. 1829)
Wilmington, DE c. 1785-1789
Platt & Bros.
New York, NY 1836-1843
A partnership between brothers David D., Elkana, George W.
and Nathan C. Platt. Succeeded by Platt & Brother.
George Wood Platt
New York, NY 1824-1881
A partner in the firms of G.W. & N.C. Platt 1828-1835, Platt & Bros. 1836-1843
and Platt & Bro. 1843-1862.
William P. Poindexter
Lexington, KY 1818-1859
Took son William A. Poindexter on as a partner and went by
the name William Poindexter & Son 1838-1839.
Platt & Bro.
New York, NY 1843-1862
George W. and Nathan C. Platt. Successors to Platt & Brothers.
G.W. & N.C. Platt
New York, NY 1828-1835
George Wood Platt and Nathan C. Platt.
William A. Poindexter
Lexington, KY 1836-1851 and 1858-c. 1881
Was in the partnership of William Poindexter & Son with his father
William P. Poindexter 1838-1839. Joined with brother Charles H.
Poindexter in the firm of C.H. & W.A. Poindexter c. 1848-1868. Was in the partnership of Parrish &
Poindexter with E.H. Parrish c. 1875.
John F. Plummer
Baltimore, MD 1842-1896
William A. Platt / W.A. Platt & Co.
Columbus, OH 1838-1850
Was in the firm of W.A. Platt & Co. 1840-1847.
Robert Isaac Watts Polk
Woodstock, VA 1837-1839 and Winchester, VA 1839-1861
In the partnership of Campbell & Polk with Thomas Campbell 1850-1856.
Place to Poore
Place to Poore
Ithica, NY 1839-1845
Theodore H. Pond
An educator at the Rhode Island School of Design
who also designed glass for Tiffany Studios, Pond
headed up the Pond Applied Arts Studio 1911-1914.
Portland, ME 1794-1795
New York, NY c. 1833-1877
Was a partner in a number of firms
Vancott & Polhamus with Albert B. Van Cott 1837-1838.
Henry Hebbard & Co. with Henry Hebbard c. 1851-1859.
Polhamus & Strong with George E. Strong 1859-1863.
John Polhamus & Co. with Will Bogert c 1870-1874.
Important maker of sterling flatware and for a
short time produced silver for Tiffany & Co. Many items
produced by Polhamus carry only a retailer's mark or simply
the initials JP. Most flatware dies were acquired by Geo. W. Shiebler & Co.;
at least one was acquired by the Whiting Mfg. Co. See flatware patterns.