Wallingford Co.
Listed under Silversmiths.
See
flatware patterns.
Warren Silver Plate Co.
A trademark of Wm. A. Rogers Ltd., first used in 1901.
E.G. Webster & Son
Brooklyn, NY  1886-1928  Successor to
E.G. Webster & Bro.  Acquired by International.
See
flatware patterns.
Waldo HE
A trademark of the Holmes & Edwards Silver Co.
Weidlich Bros. Mfg. Co.
Listed under Silversmiths.
R. Wallace & Sons. Mfg. Co. / Wallace Silversmiths
Listed under Silversmiths.  See flatware patterns.
Wallace Brothers
silverplate manufacturer, Wallace Brothers became part of R. Wallace &
Sons Mfg. Co. in 1879.  Goods continued to be produced under the
Wallace Brothers name until 1986.
Wallco
A trademark of Wallace Silversmiths.
See
flatware patterns.
E.M. Weinberg & Co.
New York, NY  1915-1922
See
flatware patterns.
Warner Silver Mfg. Co.
Chicago, IL  1894-c. 1915
Webster-Wilcox
Meriden, CT  1961-Present  Webster-Wilcox was formed in 1961
when the Wilcox Silver Plate Co. and several other divisons of
International Silver were consolidated.  Webster-Wilcox was
acquired by Oneida in the mid-1980s.
Webster Mfg. Co.
Brooklyn, NY  1859-1873  Was succeeded by E.G. Webster & Bro. (1873-1886)
which in turn was succeeded by E.G. Webster & Son.
E.G. Webster & Bro.
Brooklyn, NY  1873-1886  Successor to the Webster Mfg. Co.
(1859-1873) and succeeded by E.G. Webster & Son.
Watrous Mfg. Co.
Listed under Silversmiths.
Waldo to Weinberg
Waldo to Weinberg
Waldorf Silver Co.
A trademark of the Woodman-Cook Co.
Webster Mfg. Co.
Brooklyn, NY  1859-1873  Succeeded by E.G. Webster & Bro.
Wards Silver Plate / Montgomery Ward & Co.
Chicago, IL  1872-2000
Department store.  Various manufacturers made
silver patterns which were specifically for sale through
the Montgomery Ward department store chain.
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