Silverplate Marks

Faber to Friedman

Merle F. Faber Products

San Francisco, CA 1943-1960
Faber was a modernist designer whose items are highly sought after today.

Farber Bros.

New York, NY 1915-1965
Founded by Louis and Harry Farber.

Farberware, Inc.

Brooklyn, NY  1900-Present
Best known as a cookware manufacturer, Farberware also made nickel and silver plated goods until the 1950s.  Now owned by Lifetime Brands and located in Boston, MA.

Fashion Plate / Fashion Silver Plate

Flatware made for Sears Roebuck & Co by various manufacturers.
See flatware patterns.

Federal Silver Co.

New York, NY c. 1920-1961

Fenway Silver Plate

A trade name of Oneida.
See flatware patterns.

Fifth Avenue Silver Co.

Taunton, MA 1950s-1960s

Filley & Mead

Philadelphia, PA 1851-1853

Filley, Mead & Caldwell

Philadelphia, PA 1850

Harvey Filley & Sons

Philadelphia, PA 1865-1890

Fisher, Bruce & Co.

Philadelphia, PA c. 1890-1925 Wholesale restaurant and hotel suppliers.

Fisher Silversmiths, Inc.

Listed under Silversmiths.

Flagg & Homan

Pewterware produced by Homan & Co. / Homan Mfg. Co.

Forbes Silver Co.

Meriden, CT 1894-1930s
Originally a division of the Meriden Britannia Co.  Became a part of International Silver in 1898.
See flatware patterns.

Fortune Silver Plate

A trademark of Wallace Silversmiths.
See flatware patterns.

Franklin Silver Plate Co.

Greenfield, MA  1912-c. 1921
Trademark acquired by Rogers, Lunt & Bowlen.
See flatware patterns.

Friedman Silver Co.

Brooklyn, NY 1908-1960
Acquired by Gorham in 1960.