George L. Vose Mfg. Co., Inc.
Providence, RI  1884-c. 1922
Successor to Vose & Southwick.  Makers of sterling souvenir spoons,
jewelry and novelties.
John Vernon / John Vernon & Co.
New York, NY  1786-c. 1817  
In the partnership of Underhill & Vernon 1786-1787.  Started
working under the name of John Vernon & Co. c. 1796.
Nathaniel Vernon
Charleston, SC  1802-1835  
Went under the business name of Vernon & Co. in 1802 then
changed to Nathaniel Vernon & Co. in 1803 until 1808 when
he reverted to using his own name.  Silversmith and jeweler.
John Vent
Keene, NH  c. 1783-1793
Jules F. Vautrot
Warren, OH  1849-1890
Was in numerous partnerships:
Vautrot & Micksch c 1853.
Vautrot & Gillett with August B. Gillett c. 1856.
J. Vautrot & Co. c. 1865-1866.
Vautrot & Ackley with Thaddeus D. Ackley 1866-c. 1875.
Vautrot & Hull c. 1882-1885.
Vautrot was succeeded by his son, Jules Vautot, Jr. in the partnership of Vautrot & Myers (1890-1923).
Visalia Stock Saddle Co.
San Francisco, CA and Morro Bay, CA  1871-Present  
Well known as a saddlery, they also make sterling tack and other western items.
R.H.L. Villard
Washington, DC and Georgetown, MD  c. 1833-1835
Volund Shop
Chicago, IL  1914-1915
A partnership between Grand Wood and Kristopher Haga.  Makers of
handwrought sterling holloware and jewelry.  Was in business for only 18 months.
John Vogler
Salem, NC  1805-c. 1855
Abraham Voorhees
New Brunswick, NJ  c. 1840
Voute & Groff
Philadelphia, PA  1855-1856 and 1861-1862
Lewis C. Voute and Jeremiah R. Groff.  
S.L. Vosburgh
Ithaca, NY  c. 1850-1876
J.A. & S.S. Virgin
Macon, GA  1834-1850  
Brothers Jonathan A. Virgin and Samuel S. Virgin.
John Veal, Sr.
Columbia, SC  1827-1874
Veal was involved in a number of partnerships:
Gregg & Veal with William Gregg 1824-1827.
Young & Veal with Alexander Young 1827-1857.
Veal & Glaze with William Glaze 1838-1841.
Samuel Vernon
Newport, RI  c. 1705-1737
Paul Voltaire / Voltaire's
New York, NY and Milford, CT  1949-1979  
Modernist studio jeweler.
Lester Howard Vaughan
Taunton, MA  1915-1961  
Member of the Arts & Crafts Society of Boston.  Primarily a
pewtersmith, but also worked in silver and copper.
Vaughan to Voute
Vaughan to Voute
William M. Virgin
Concord, NH  1817-c. 1850
Vilas & Noyes
Burlington, VT  1844-1848  
William R. Vilas and Morillo Noyes.  Succeeded by
M. Noyes & Co.
Volupté, Inc.
Elizabeth, NJ  1926-1980s
Makers of cigarette cases, compacts, and jewelry.  
Acquired by Shields, Inc. in 1957.
Elias Alexander Vogler
Salem, NC  1846-c. 1873
Veal & Glaze
Columbia, SC  1838-1841
John Veal, Sr. and William Glaze.
Louis C. Voute
Bridgeton, NJ 1825-1834 and Philadelphia, PA  1835-c. 1886  
Watchmaker.  Was a partner in the firm of Voute & Groff
1855-1856 and 1861-1862 and the firm of Voute & Murphey
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Peter Vergereau
New York, NY  1721-c. 1748
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John H.H. Vosburgh
Utica, NY c. 1850-1860 and Little Falls, NY 1867-1909
Silversmith, watchmaker, and jeweler.