Alvan Wilcox
Norwich, CT 1805-1816; Newark, NJ 1816-1819; Fayetteville,
NC 1819-1823; New Haven, CT 1824-1857  
Was in the partnership of Hart & Wilcox 1805-1807.  
Wilcox & Wagoner
New York, NY  c. 1900-c. 1905  
Purchased by the Watson Co. who continued to use the Wilcox & Wagoner
mark on holloware until 1929.
Wilcox & Evertsen
Meriden, CT  1892-1896  
Robert M. Wilcox and Henry H. Evertsen.  Successors to Rowan & Wilcox.  
Bought by Meriden Britannia Co. in 1896 which became part of International
Silver.  Makers of sterling flatware, holloware, and souvenir spoons.  
flatware patterns.
William Wallace Willard
Cazenovia, NY and Syracuse, NY  1833-1869
In the partnership of Willard & Stokes with T. Stokes 1833-1834.  In the
partnerships of Willard & Hawley and Willard, Hawley & Co.
Willard & Hawley
Syracuse, NY  1844-1869  
A partnership of William Wallace Willard and
John Dean Hawley.  Joseph Seymour was a
member of the firm 1846-1848, and the
partnership went by the name Willard, Hawley & Co. during
that time.  The D mark has been attributed to silver made by
Willard & Hawley and retailed by others.
Ernest Wiggers
Nashville, TN  c. 1866-1905
The mark to the right is from a spoon retailed by Wiggers.
Wilcox Silver Plate Co.
Meriden, CT  1867-1961
Founded in 1865 as the Wilcox Britannia Company, the name was changed to
the Wilcox Silver Plate Co. in 1867.  One of the original companies to join to
form International Silver in 1898.  Merged with E.G. Webster & Son and other
companies to form Webster-Wilcox in 1961.  While primarily a silverplate
manufacturer, they did produce some sterling holloware.
WHS Co.   See Saart Bros.
Willey & Blaksley
Cincinnati, OH  c. 1831-1836  
Bushnell Willey and Henry Blaksley.
Wightman & Hough
Providence, RI  1856-1922  
Jewelry manufacturing company that also made small sterling
items such as cigarette cases and compacts.
Asa Wilkins
Wiscasset, ME  1810-1832
WHS to Willey
Wilcox-Roth Co.
Newark, NJ  c. 1907-1920  
Makers of small sterling items.
Cyprian Wilcox
Sparta, GA 1817-1827 and New Haven, CT 1827-1840  
Silversmith and clockmaker.  Wilcox was in the partnership of
Wilcox & Perkins with Leonard Perkins 1818-1820.
Charles C. Wientge Co.
Newark, NJ  1908-1914
H.F. Wichman & Co.
Honolulu, HI  1891-Present  
Ed Wiener
New York, NY and Provincetown, MA  1940s-1980s  
Modernist studio jeweler.
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