Silverplate Marks

Eagle to Extra

Eagle Silver Co.

Providence, RI 1922-1953

Eastern Carolina Silver Co.

Hartsville, SC 1907-1909

Eastern Silver Co.

A trademark of the American Silver Co. and later International Silver.
See flatware patterns.

Elgin American Mfg Co.

Listed under Silversmiths.
See flatware patterns.

Ellis-Barker Silver Companies

Birmingham, England 1931-Present Known as Barker-Ellis in the
United States. Now a division of Towle Silversmiths. The marks
shown have been used since 1912.

Elmo Pure Silver Plate

A trade name of Wallace Silversmiths.
See flatware patterns.

Elmwood Silver Plate

A trade name of Gorham.
See flatware patterns.

Embassy Silver Plate

A trade name of International Silver.
See flatware patterns.

Empire Art Silver

Listed under Silversmiths.

Empire Silver Co.

Brooklyn, NY c. 1890-1909
Succeeded by the Benedict Manufacturing Co.

Empire Silver Plate Co.

Brooklyn, NY c. 1896-1931

English Silver Mfg. Corp.

Brooklyn, NY 1952-c. 1990

Essex Silver Co.

A trade name of the Wallingford Co.

Eton Silver, Inc.

Glendale, NY 1960s-1970s

Eureka Silver Co.

A trademark brand of the Meriden Silver Plate Co.

Evans Case Co.

Listed under Silversmiths.

Extra Coin Silver Plate

Made by Wm. A. Rogers Ltd., this line of flatware was considered their cheapest grade.  It was plated with coin silver (.900 fine) instead of pure silver (.999 fine) used for silverplate.
See flatware patterns.

Extra Plate

A trade name of Oneida.