Silverplate Marks

Debonair to Dutchardt

Debonair Silver Plate

A trade name of Oneida.
See flatware patterns.

Deerfield Silver Plate

A trademark of Wallace Silversmiths.  The Deerfield line was sold exclusively through Woolworth stores.
See flatware patterns.

Delli Silverplate

Menlo Park, CA 1965-1974
Acquired by the Leonard Silver Mfg. Co.


A trademark name of the Argentum Silver Co.

Derby Silver Co.

Derby, CT  1873-1933
Derby’s flatware line was discontinued c. 1879. The use of sterling discontinued c. 1895.  One of the original companies to form International Silver in 1898.
See flatware patterns.

Diamond Edge

A trademark of the Shapleigh Hardware Co.
See flatware patterns.

Diamond Instrument Co.

Wakefield, MA  1944-1952
Manufacturers of plated goods and electronic devices.

Diamond Silver Co.

Lambertville, NJ 1930s-1940s
See flatware patterns.

Dirilyte Company of America

Kokomo, IN 1926-1972
Warsaw, IN  1972-Present
Makers of gold colored (not gold plated) flatware and holloware.  Went by the trade name Dirigold 1926-1937.  The company was sold to Hand Industries in 1972 and moved to Warsaw.  Flatware and holloware production ceased in 1986.  Today they make awards and metal polish.
See flatware patterns.

Dodge, Inc.

Los Angeles, CA 1941-c. 1965
Founded by Ray E. Dodge in 1930 in Los Angeles and Chicago, with a New York, NY factory added in 1935. Factories in Miami, FL, and Newark, NJ, followed. Incorporated as Dodge, Inc. in 1941.  At one time was the largest trophy manufacturer in the world and was an early maker of the Oscar and Emmy statuettes; produced holloware and flatware mostly in silverplate, some sterling.


A trademark of the Dohrmann Hotel Supply Co. used on flatware 1947 to c. 1960.

Doric Plate

A trademark of the National Silver Co.
See flatware patterns.

The Dowd-Rodgers Co., Inc.

Listed under Silversmiths.

Duro Plate

A trademark of Oneida.
See flatware patterns.


A trademark of Bernard Rice’s Sons.