Silversmiths Directory & Sterling Marks

Alphabetical by Name

Hoyt to Hyman

Hoyt, Badger & Dillon

New York, NY 1859-1865
A partnership between Seymour Hoyt, James Badger, and Joseph Dillon.

George A. Hoyt & Son

Albany, NY 1845-1846
A partnership between George Anson Hoyt and his son George Barnum Hoyt.

S. Hoyt & Co.

New York, NY 1851-1859
Seymour Hoyt, James M. Badger, and Joseph J. Dillon.

George Anson Hoyt

Albany, NY 1819-1846
Was in the partnerships George A. Hoyt & Co. 1829-1833; Hoyt & Kippen with George Kippen c. 1830; Boyd & Hoyt with William Boyd 1830-1832; and George A. Hoyt & Son with George B. Hoyt 1845-1846.

George Barnum Hoyt

Albany, NY  1845-1850
Was in the partnership of George A. Hoyt & Son with his father George A. Hoyt 1845-1846.

Henry Hoyt

New York, NY 1828-1836

James Albert Hoyt

Troy, NY 1838-1850 and Saratoga Springs, NY c. 1855-1887

Seymour Hoyt

New York, NY 1817-1865
Involved with the partnerships of Whitney & Hoyt with Ebenezer
Whitney 1832-1841; S. Hoyt & Co. with William H. Hoyt 1842-1843
and 1854-1859; and Hoyt, Badger & Dillon 1860-1865.

Hudson & Dolfinger

Louisville, KY 1853-1856
Henry Hudson and Jacob Dolfinger.

Henry Hudson

Louisville, KY 1841-1888
In the partnership of Hudson & Dolfinger with Jacob Dolfinger

Haddon Hufford

Irvington, NY and Frenchtown, MT c. 1995-Present

Joseph Huggins

Philadelphia, PA 1837; Baltimore, MD 1840-1842;
Washington, DC 1850; Richmond, VA 1855

Hughes & Hall

Middletown, CT c. 1840-1850

Christopher Hughes

Baltimore, MD 1771-1790
Hughes was a partner in the business of Christopher Hughes & Co. with John Carnan 1773-1774.

Edmund Hughes (1781-1851)

Hampton, CT 1804 and Middletown, CT 1805-1827
Was involved in a number of partnerships:
Ward & Hughes with John Ward 1805-1806.
Hughes & Bliss with Jonathan Bliss in 1806.
Hughes & Francis with Julius C. Francis 1806-1809.

Jeremiah Hughes

Annapolis, MD c. 1805-1820

William Hughes

Baltimore, MD 1773-1791

Daniel S. Hulett (1813-1902)

Schenectady, NY  1833-1849 and 1853-1860
Hulett’s retailer mark is shown.

Hull Silver

Stainless steel flatware maker who made many patterns under
different brand names. Hull made one sterling pattern called
John Hull c. 1935 in honor of one of the men who opened the first mint in the American colonies in 1652.

Gurdon W. Hull

Wallingford, CT c. 1855-1866
Went on to become one of the founding partners of Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co., and would continue to be associated with the firm until his death in 1894.

John Hull

Boston, MA c. 1647-1683
In the parntership of Hull & Sanderson with Robert Sanderson 1652-1683.

Richard Humphreys

Wilmington, DE 1771-1772 and Philadelphia, PA 1772-1791

T.B. Humphreys & Son

Richmond, VA 1849-1855
Thomas B. Humphreys, Jr. and son Thomas F. Humphreys.

Hunt & Clark

Bennington, VT  1795-1803
Jonathan Hunt and Horatio Clark.

Hunt-Hallmark Co.

New York, NY 1954-?
A merger between the Hunt Silver Co. and Hallmark Silversmiths.

Hunt Silver Company

New York, NY and Chicago, IL 1930s-1954
Makers of sterling holloware.

Smith Hunsicker (b. 1810_

Shepherdstown, VA  1832-1835

Huntington & Laboyteaux

Cincinnati, OH 1850-1856
William C. Huntington and Isaac N. Laboyteaux.

Huntington & Packard

Springfield, MA c. 1811-1814
A partnership between Richard Huntington and Jonathan Packard.

Huntington & Wynne

Charlotte, NC 1827-1828
John Huntington and Robert Wynne.

Elihu Hill Huntington (1840-1927)

Saint Albans, VT 1862-1880
Huntington was in the firm of Wyman & Huntington with his master Charles Wyman 1862-1868.  Silversmith and jeweler.

Philip Huntington

Norwich, CT 1795-1825

Richard Huntington

Springfield, MA 1811-1823 and Utica, NY 1823-1855
Was in the partnership of Huntington & Packard c. 1811-1814.

S. Huntington

Portland, ME 1850s

Lemuel Huntoon, Jr.

Springfield, MA 1840-1862 and Lawrence, MA 1864-1886
Was in the firm of L. Huntoon & Son with son George L. Huntoon c. 1880-1886.

Benjamin Hurd (1739-1781)

Boston, MA c. 1761-1769 and Halifax, NS 1769-1781

Jacob Hurd

Boston, MA 1723-1755 and Roxbury, MA 1755-1758

Stephen Hussey

Baltimore, MD 1818-1830

Nicholas Hutchins

Baltimore, MD 1810-1829

James Hutchinson

Martinsburg, VA (now WV) 1823-1854
Silversmith and watchmaker.

Samuel Hutchinson

Philadelphia, PA 1828-1839

Isaac Hutton (1767-1855)

Albany, NY  1790-1817
Was in the partnership of Folsom & Hutton with John Folsom
1786-1790 and later the partnership of I. & G. Hutton with
George Hutton 1796-1817.

John Strangeways Hutton (1684-1792)

New York, NY 1720 and Philadelphia, PA 1735-c. 1781
Hutton semi-retired in the 1740s, but would continue to occasionally produce silver goods through at least 1781.

Nathaniel M. Hyatt

Eufaula, AL 1842-1883

Hyde & Goodrich

New Orleans, LA 1828-1861
Founded by James Nevins Hyde and Charles Whiting Goodrich.  Hyde withdrew in 1837 and Goodrich continued with under the same name until his death in 1859.  Partners of Goodrich continued the firm until 1861.  Primarily importers and retailers, it is believed James Hyde did some silversmithing.  Succeeded by Thomas, Griswold & Co.

Hyde & Nevins

New York, NY 1813-1820
James Nevins Hyde and Rufus L. Nevins.

Henry S. Hyman

New York, NY 1821-1832 and Richmond, VA 1835-1856

Lewis Hyman

Richmond, VA 1845-1867 and New York, NY 1867-1899
Was a partner in the business of Hyman & Co. 1845-1846 and Hyman & Pyle 1855-1856.