Silversmiths Directory & Sterling Marks

Alphabetical by Name

Cox to Cutler

J. & I. Cox

New York, NY 1817-1831 and 1833-1852
Brothers John Cox and James Cox. Silversmiths and lamp and
hardware importers. Went by J. & I. Cox & Clark 1831-1833. Succeeded by John Cox & Co. upon James’s death in 1852.

J. & I. Cox & Co.

New York, NY 1831-1833
See J. & I. Cox above.

John Cox / John Cox & Co.

New York, NY 1817-1857
Was in the partnershps of James & John Cox 1817-1852 and
John Cox & Co. c. 1854-1856.

William Cox

Fredericksburg, VA c. 1825-1855
Silversmith and watchmaker.

Jacob Craft (1765-1825)

Shepherdstown, VA  1790-1825

Benjamin F. Crane / Benj. F. Crane & Co.

St. Louis, MO 1842-1861
Partnered with Prince H. Jones in the firm of Benj. F. Crane & Co. 1858-1861.  The “Ben F. Crane” mark shown above was used beginning in 1845.

T.P. Cranson

Poplar Ridge, NY c. 1820-1840

Margaret Craver

Wichita, KS 1935-1944 and Boston, MA 1944-1980s
Headed the Handy & Harmon Workshops 1944-1950.

John Crawford

New York, NY  1815-1845

Joseph Cregan

Mobile, AL c. 1840

Crest Silver Co.

New Haven, CT c. 1930s
Purchased by Boardman in 1942. Makers of sterling holloware.

Crichton & Co. Ltd.

London, England with branches in Chicago, IL and New York, NY
The firm was established in London as Crichton Bros. c. 1890, operating a branch in New York 1912-1936 and had a Chicago branch which opened in 1916.  Silversmiths and antique silver dealers.

Newton Ebenezer Crittenden

LeRoy, NY 1824; Albany, NY 1825; and Cleveland, OH 1826-1872
Silversmith and jeweler.

Jacob M. Crooker

Waterville, ME 1832-1888


See A. Cohen & Sons.

Crosby & Brown

Boston, MA  1850-1852
Samuel T. Crosby and Seth E. Brown.

Crosby & Foss

Boston, MA  1876-1885
Samuel T. Crosby and Charles M. Foss.

Crosby, Hunnewell & Morse

Boston, MA  1860-1863
A partnership between Samuel T. Crosby, Francis Hunnewell and Henry D. Morse.

Crosby & Morse

Boston, MA  1864-1868
Samuel T. Crosby and Henry D. Morse. Successor to Crosby, Hunnewell & Morse; succeeded by Crosby, Morse & Foss.

Crosby, Morse & Foss

Boston, MA  1868-1875
Samuel T. Crosby, Henry D. Morse and Charles M. Foss.

Jonathan Crosby

Boston, MA 1766-1777 and again 1796-1797; and
Watertown, MA 1778-1785

Samuel Trevitt Crosby

Boston, MA 1848-1876
Silversmith, jeweler and watchmaker. Was involved in numerous partnerships:
Brackett & Crosby with Jeffrey R. Brackett 1848-1849.
Brackett, Crosby & Brown with Jeffery R. Brackett and Seth E. Brown 1849-1850.
Crosby & Brown with Seth E. Brown 1850-1852.
S.T. Crosby & Co. with Francis Hunnewell in 1859.
Crosby, Hunnewell & Morse with Francis Hunnewell and Henry D. Morse 1860-1863.
Crosby & Morse with Henry D. Morse 1864-1868.
Crosby, Morse & Foss with Henry D. Morse and Charles M. Foss 1868-1875.
Crosby & Foss with Charles M. Foss 1876-1885.

Alexander Crouckshanks

Boston, MA 1768-c. 1780

Crowley & Farr

Philadelphia, PA 1823-1825
John Crowley and John C. Farr.

Crown Silver Co.

New York, NY 1955-1960
Acquired Hasselbring Silver Co., Revere Silver Co., and Wolfenden Silver Co. Acquired the flatware dies of Amston Silver Co. Makers of sterling and silverplate flatware and holloware.

Harry Culman

Honolulu, HI c. 1903-1919
Manufacturing jeweler, also made souvenir spoons.

Louis Cure

Philadelphia, PA 1813-1819; New York, NY 1819-1832 and 1844-1848;
and Brooklyn, NY 1832-1841

Isaac B. Curran

Ithaca, NY c. 1835-1839 and Springfield, IL 1842-1862
In the partnership of Ives & Curran 1842-1847 and 1850-1854.

Currier & Foster

Salem, MA 1837-1840
Edmund M. Currier and George B. Foster.

Currier & Roby

New York, NY 1901-c. 1943
Ernest M. Currier and Harry E. Roby. Became a division of Elgin Silversmiths.  Makers of sterling holloware and flatware, specializing in antique reproductions.

Currier & Trott

Boston, MA  1830-1865
Richard Currier and Peter Trott.  Succeeded by Currier, Trott & Co.

Edmund M. Currier (1793-1853)

Hopkinton, NH 1815-1825 and Salem, MA 1825-1853
Was in the partnership of Currier & Foster with George B. Foster 1837-1840.

Curry & Preston

Philadelphia, PA 1825-1831
John Curry and Stephen L. Preston.

John Curry

Philadelphia and Newburgh, PA 1825-1867
In the firm of Curry & Preston 1825-1831.

Daniel Curtis

Fredericksburg, VA c. 1816; Lexington, KY c. 1820; and
Woodbury, CT 1825

F. Curtis & Co.

Hartford, CT 1848-1854
Brothers Frederick Curtis and Joseph S. Curtis.  Reorganized in 1854 as the Curtisville Mfg. Co.

Frederick Curtis

Burlington, VT 1808-1815
In the partnership of L. & F. Curtis 1808-1815.

H.H. Curtis & Co.

North Attleboro, MA 1883-1915
Makers of sterling flatware and souvenir spoons.
See flatware patterns.

J.S. Curtis

Memphis, TN c. 1850

James A. Curtis

Williamsburg, VA
Master silversmith at Colonial Williamsburg 1980-2000.

Lewis Curtis

Farmington, CT 1797-1803; Burlington, VT 1803-1820;
St. Charles, MO c. 1820; and Hazel Green, WI c. 1840
Was in the partnership of Lewis & F. Curtis (later called L. & F. Curtis) with Frederick Curtis 1808-1815.  Worked as L. Curtis & Co. c. 1820.

Curtiss, Candee & Co.

Woodbury, CT c. 1826-1831
Daniel Curtiss and Lewis B. Candee.

Curtiss, Candee & Stiles

Woodbury, CT 1831-1835
A partnership between Daniel Curtiss, Lewis B. Candee, and Benjamin Stiles.

Curtiss & Stiles

Woodbury, CT 1835-1840
Daniel Curtiss and Benjamin Stiles.

A. & E. Cutler

Boston, MA 1839-1842
Amos Cutler & Eben Cutler.

Amos Cutler

Boston, MA 1833-1852
Was in the partnership of A. & E. Cutler 1839-1842.  Silversmith, watchmaker, and jeweler.

Eben Cutler

Boston, MA 1839-1852
Was in the partnership of A. & E. Cutler 1839-1842.

S.S. Cutler & Co.

Lexington, KY c. 1850