Silversmiths Directory & Sterling Marks

Alphabetical by Name

Stoutenberg to Syracuse

Tobias Stoutenburg (1700-1759)

New York, NY c. 1730-1759

Dwight Foster Stow (b. 1803)

New York, NY c. 1832 and Toledo, OH c. 184-1853

John Stow

Wilmington, DE c. 1772-1782

George Washington Striker

New York, NY 1825-1835

Strong & Elder Co.

Montclair, NJ  1891-1892

Arthur Stuart Co.

Albuquerque, NM 1949-1960
Marketed seven Amston Silver Co. patterns directly to the consumer.

Thomas Stuart

Philadelphia, PA 1839-1860

Robert Sturm

Cincinnati, OH c. 1905-1935
Maker of handwrought items in the Arts & Crafts style.

William James Styles

Rhinebeck, NY  1823-1870

Benjamin Swan

Augusta, ME 1815-1865
Was in the partnership of B. & M.M. Swan with son
Benjamin Moody Swan 1840-1865.

Levi Sugars (1809-1875)

Decatur, AL  1842-1872
Was in the partnership of Levi Sugars & Son with Joseph S. Sugars 1867-1872.

Cornelius D. Sullivan / C.D. Sullivan & Co.

St. Louis, MO 1842-1862
Worked as C.D. Sullivan & Co. 1845-1862.

Enoch Sullivan (1777-1854)

Alexandria, VA 1797; Richmond, VA 1798-1809 and 1814-1817;
and Petersburg, VA in 1810
Was in the partnership of Sullivan & Brown with Edward Brown c. 1814.

Henry D. Sumner

East Hartford, CT c. 1820-1830

Supreme Slver Co.

New York, NY c. 1930-1935

B. & M.M. Swan

Augusta, ME 1840-1865
A partnership between Benjamin Swan and his son Moses Moody Swan.

Moses Moody Swan

Augusta, ME 1840-1879 and Boston, MA 1881-1885
Was in partnership of B. & M.M. Swan 1840-1865.

Robert Swan

Philadelphia, PA 1799-1817

John Sweeney

Geneva, NY 1809-1827
Was in the partnership of Giffing & Sweeney 1809-1814.

The Sweetser Co.

New York, NY  c. 1906-1920

Swift & Fisher

North Attleboro, MA c. 1915-Present
Founded by Joseph H. Swift and Harry W. Fisher. Makers of religious articles.

William C. Swift

Cincinnati, OH 1836-1865

Philip Syng (1676-1739)

Philadelphia, PA 1714-1723; Cape May, NJ 1724-1728; and
Annapolis, MD 1730-1739

Philip Syng, Jr. (1703-1789)

Philadelphia, PA 1726-1772

Syracuse Silver Mfg. Co.

Syracuse, NY  1895-1897
Succeeded A.B. Schreuder Co.  Founded by Benjamin Lesser,
Simon Lesser, and S. Harry Lesser.  Acquired Hotchkiss &
Schreuder in 1895.  Makers of sterling novelties.