Silverplate Marks

Garrett to Guildcraft

Garrett & Son

Founded by Amos and George B. Garrett.


See Glastonbury Silver Co.

Genesee Silver Plate

A trademark of Oneida.
See flatware patterns.

Gem Silver Co.

A trademark of the Wilcox Silver Plate Co.

Gerity Products, Inc.

Toledo, OH  c. 1953-2008
The founding of this company dates back to 1898 through a succession of metal plating businesses, founded by James J. Gerity:  (dates are approximate)
Gerity & Wiggins 1898-1899.
Gerity & Robertson c. 1900.
Gerity & Whitaker, operating as Toledo Nickel Works c. 1901-1921.
Gerity-Whitaker-Nagel Co. c. 1921-1943.
Wm. Whitaker & Son c. 1950.
Gerity Products, Inc. c. 1953-2008.
A subsidiary, Gerity Gifts, Inc., was founded in 1957.
The G48 trademark was first used in 1953.

Glastonbury Silver Co.

Chicago, IL  c. 1917-1950
See flatware patterns.

Roswell Gleason & Sons

Dorchester, MA  c. 1855-1871

Roswell Gleason

Dorchester, MA  1822-1855
Continued under the firm name of R. Gleason & Sons c. 1855-1871.

Godinger Silver Art Co.

New York, NY 1972-Present
Founded by Arnold Godinger and William Lefkowitz.
See flatware patterns.

Goldfeder Silverware Company, Inc.

Brooklyn, NY  1932-1957 and Yalesville, CT  1957-c. 2000
Founded by Sol Goldfeder and later turned over to his son Warren Goldfeder.  Contrary to what has been published in books and can be commonly found online, this firm was not succeeded by the Birmingham Silver Co.  The Birmingham Silver Co. was a subsidiary of the Goldfeder Silverware Co., and both firms operated concurrently to c. 2000.

The Gorham Co. / Gorham Manufacturing Co.

Listed under Silversmiths.
See flatware patterns.

Gotham Silver Co.

New York, NY  c. 1920-c. 1950

Grace Silver Plate

A trademark of Oneida.
See flatware patterns.

Grand Silver Co.

New York, NY 1914-2007

Griffon Cutlery Works

New York, NY  1888-1989
Best known as a cutlery manufacturer.  Became Griffon Cutlery Corp. around 1940.  They had factories at various times in Bridgeport, CT, Worcester, MA, and Solingen, Germany.  Acquired by Cole National Corp. in 1969 and closed down in 1989.

Grosvenor Plate

A trademark of Wallace Silversmiths.
See flatware patterns.

Lurelle Guild

A line of holloware made by International Silver in the 1930s under their International Giftware series and designed by industrial designer Lurelle Van Arsdale Guild.


A trade name of the National Silver Co.