Commonwealth Silver Co.
Los Angeles, CA 1905-c. 1920
Los Angeles, CA 1905-c. 1920
Concord, NH 1925-c. 1950
Began as Concord Silver Co. and was bankrupt by 1939. A new firm was organized at that time under the name of Concord Silversmiths Ltd. and purchased Concord Silver Co. Acquired by the Ellmore Silver Co. in 1939. Makers of sterling flatware and holloware.
See flatware patterns.
Boston, MA 1950s-1960s
Proprietor of The Silversmith’s Shop. Modernist studio jeweler.
Frankfort, KY 1838-1869
In the partnership of Loomis & Conery 1859-1860 with Warham P. Loomis.
Boston, MA c. 1676-1722
Fitchburg, MA c. 1852-1905
Mobile, AL 1841-1871
Was in the partnership of James Conning & Co. with his nephew William A. Conning c. 1866-1871.
Philadelphia, PA c. 1800
New York, NY 1832-1838
Was in the partnerships of Eoff & Connor with Garret Eoff
1832-1834 and Conner & Stickes 1837-1838.
Harrisonburg, VA 1846-1907
Was in the partnership of Bear & Conrad with his brother-in-law Jehu W. Bear 1846-1847 and 1848-1851. A short lived branch of the business was operated in Luray, VA c. 1846 and another was opened in Charlottesville, VA, in 1847. Conrad was a partner in the firm of Conrad, Gordon & Bear 1856-1857 and Conrad & Martz with B.F. Martz 1857-1858.
Philadelphia, PA c. 1841-1851
Boonville, MO 1866
George W. Cook and Robert Simpson.
Hudson, NY c. 1838-1840
Northampton, MA 1858-1900
Benjamin E. Cook and son Benjamin E. Cook.
Troy, NY c. 1826; Amherst, MA 1827-1833; and
Northampton, MA 1833-1900
Silversmith and jeweler. Was in partnerships of Storrs & Cook with Nathan Storrs 1828-1833 and later the partnership of B.E. Cook & Son 1858-1900.
Rochester, NY 1815-1859 and Madison, WI c. 1859-1864
Was in the partnership of Cook & Booth in Rochester, NY
1838-1850. Was then in the partnership of Cook & Stillwell with Mortimer F. Stillwell in Rochester, NY 1847-1859. Silversmith and watchmaker.
Columbia, PA c. 1825-1832 and York, PA 1832-1842
Boonville, MO 1843-1869
Was a partner with Robert Simpson in the firm of Cook & Simpson in 1866.
New York, NY 1794-1806 and Boston, MA c. 1813
New York, NY 1855-1880
Was a partner in the firm of Theo. Evans & Co. 1855-1865 with
Theodore Evans. The firm name was changed in 1865 to Evans & Cook. Evans retired in 1869 and Cook continued on his own.
Springfield, IL c. 1839-1840
G.W. Cooke and Charles W. Chatterton.
Baltimore, MD 1950s-Present
Modernist studio jeweler.
Petersburg, VA 1837-1852
Utica, NY 1828-1844
Silversmith, watchmaker, and jeweler. Was in the firm of Storrs & Cooley 1831-1839 and then Tanner & Cooley with Perry G. Tanner 1840-1842.
New York, NY 1854-1862
Francis W. Cooper and Richard Fisher.
New York, NY 1842-1890
Was in the partnership of Cooper & Fisher with Richard Fisher 1854-1862. Well known for his ecclesiastical silver work.
Columbia, SC 1843-1852 and 1856-1865; Greenville, SC 1854-1856; and Philadelphia, PA c. 1873-1877
Was in the partnerships of Cooper & Yongue with Robert A. Yongue in 1852 and Cooper & Gaither with J.W. Gaither c. 1856-1865.
Cincinnati, OH 1836-1837 and Louisville, KY 1837-1846
Brothers William and Archibald Cooper. Opened a retail store in Frankfort, KY in 1842.
Cincinnati 1835-1837 and 1846 and Louisville, KY 1838-1846
In the partnership of Cooper & Saulnier with W.H. Saulnier in 1836 and then the partnership of W. & A. Cooper with brother Archibald Cooper 1836-1846.
Boston, MA c. 1905-1920
Highly regarded silversmith, best known for her enamel work on silver and medieval styled designs.
Keene, NH 1812-1827
Whitingham, VT c. 1800
Worcester, MA c. 1806-1822
Charlestown, VA (now WV) 1806-1810+; Leesburg, VA 1812; and
Warrenton, VA 1814-c. 1835
Was in the partnership of Franklin & Cordell with Thomas Franklin in 1822.
Providence, RI c. 1780-1801
Silversmith and watchmaker.
Easton, MD 1793-1811
Danbury, CT c. 1800-1815; Hudson, NY 1816-1817;
Cumberland Co., NC c. 1820 and Fayetteville, NC c. 1823
Morristown, NJ 1825-1834; New Brunswick, NJ 1834-c. 1850; and
Rahway, NJ c. 1850-1860
Rahway, NJ 1830-1848
Silversmith, watchmaker, and jeweler.
New York, NY 1877-1917
Founded by Shubael Cottle. Makers of sterling and gold vanity and novelty items.
Baltimore, MD 1809-1815 and New Orleans, LA 1815-1844
Philadelphia, PA 1808 and 1811-1814
Boston, MA c. 1704-1736
Boston, MA c. 1734-1761
Cleveland, OH 1849-1854
A partnership between Royal Cowles and Joseph Albertson, with Cowles being the silversmith.
Cleveland, OH 1857-1871
A partnership between Royal Cowles and Homer Goodwin.
Cleveland, OH 1849-1871 and 1874-1879; New York, NY c. 1873
Was in the partnerships of Cowles & Albertson 1849-1854; R. Cowles & Co. 1857-1871; and Cowles & Ransom with George F. Ransom c. 1874-1875. In Jan., 1879, Cowles disappeared, and it was thought he had committed suicide. He was found eleven months later living in a hospital in St. Clairsville, OH, suffering from total amnesia. After this he continued to work for other jewelers, first in Cleveland and later New York City, until shortly before his death in 1897.
Boston, MA 1898-1954
Business founded by Walter I. Cowlishaw. Best known for antique pewter reproductions.