Boston, MA c. 1810
A trademark used by Lunt Silversmiths (Rogers, Lunt & Bowlen) from
1921 to 1954. See Lunt Silversmiths.
Greensboro, NC c. 1824; Charlotte, NC c. 1827-1865
Silversmith and jeweler. Involved in a number of partnerships:
Thomas Trotter & Co. 1827-1828.
Trotter & Huntington with John Huntington 1828-1832.
Trotter & Alexander with his apprentice Samuel P. Alexander 1837-1838.
Thomas Trotter & Son 1853-18576.
Joined J.G. Wilkinson & Co. in 1858.
John Proctor Trott (b. 1776 d. 1852)
New London, CT 1792-c. 1820
Was in the partnerships of Trott & Cleveland
with William Cleveland 1792-1794; Trott &
Brooks in 1798; and John P. Trott & Son c. 1820.
Boston, MA 1890-Present
Founded by Timothy Tuttle and acquired by Wallace
Silversmiths in 1955. Makers of sterling flatware and
holloware. Beginning in the 1920's, most pieces they make
are marked with the initials of the President of the United
States in office at that time. Acquired by Syratech's
Lifetime Brands division in 1986.
Tuttle date marks.
Tucker & Parkerhurst Co.
Ogdensburg, NY 1898-c. 1899
Successor to Bell Bros.
Peter Cornelius Tryner
Maroa, IL 1879-1882; Galesburg, IL 1892-1898 and 1910-1919;
and Indianapolis, IN 1920-1934
Richmond, VA 1810-1812 and Lynchburg, VA 1813-1836
John H. Tyler / John H. Tyler & Co.
Richmond, VA 1840-1882
Partnered with Samuel P. Mitchell in the firm of Mitchell &
Tyler 1845-1866. John Henry Tyler and son John Tyler were
partners 1866-1882 as John H. Tyler & Co. Two more sons,
James E. Tyler and Henry Tyler, joined the company in 1882;
John H. Tyler died in 1883 and the business closed in 1887.
Edward A. Tyler
Belfast, ME 1834-1838 and New Orleans, LA 1838-1878
Boston, MA 1785-1803
Twombly & Smith / Twambley & Smith
Saco, ME 1845-c. 1867
Charles Twambley and Daniel Smith, Jr.
Tuel & Ellis
Windsor, VT 1847-1848
Benjamin Tuel and John Ellis.
Twambley & Cleaves
Biddeford, ME 1865-1888
Samuel G. Twambley and Albert K. Cleaves.
Benjamin N. Trees
Lexington, KY 1950s-1960s
Trotter & Huntington
Charlotte, NC 1828-1831
Thomas Trotter and John Huntington.
John P. Trott & Son
New London, CT c. 1820
John Proctor Trott and son John Proctor Trott.
Treasure to Tyler
Rufus K. Twambley (Twombly)
Saco, ME 1850-1878
Succeeded by his son, George E. Twambley.
Albany, NY c. 1795-1796
Boston, MA c. 1710-1741
Boston, MA 1910s-1920s
Member of the Boston Society of Arts & Crafts.
Palmya, NY c. 1818
Joseph R. Treat
Milwaukee, WI 1847-1852
Albert G. Tucker
Cincinnati, OH c. 1842-1847 and Lebanon, OH 1847-1858
Silversmith and jeweler.
Treasure to Tyler
John W. Tucker / J.W. Tucker & Co.
San Francisco, CA
Tucker began business in San Francisco in 1850
and was in the partnership of Tucker & Reeve
with G.F. Reeve 1850-1851. He formed
J.W. Tucker & Co. with John H. Baird c. 1860
and died in 1876. The firm of J.W. Tucker & Co.
went out of business in 1885.