Burlington, NJ 1787-1835
Charles C. Coleman
Worcester, MA c. 1844-1871
Was in the partnership of Coleman & Putnam with F.H. Putnam c. 1857.
Silversmith and watchmaker.
Trenton, NJ c. 1785-1810
John H. Connor
New York, NY c. 1833-1837
In the partnerships of Eoff & Connor with Garret Eoff
c. 1833-1835 and Connor & Stickles 1836-1837.
New York, NY c. 1840 and Mobile, AL c. 1842-1872
Concord Silversmiths / Concord Silversmiths Ltd.
Concord, NH 1925-c. 1950
Began as Concord Silver Co. and was bankrupt by 1939.
A new firm was organized at that time under the name of Concord Silversmiths Ltd.
and purchased Concord Silver Co. Acquired by the Ellmore Silver Co. in 1939.
Makers of sterling flatware and holloware. See flatware patterns.
Brooklyn, NY 1957-1961
Manufacturers of sterling holloware.
Selden Collins (b. 1819 d. 1885)
Utica, NY 1835-1883
Was in the partnership of Murdock & Collins with James Murdock 1849-1850.
Albert Coles / Albert Coles & Co.
New York, NY 1835-1877
Became Albert Coles & Co. c. 1854. The company was sold to Montgomery & Co. in 1877,
which was acquired by George W. Shiebler the following year. Makers of sterling and coin
silver flatware and novelties. See flatware patterns.
Cincinnati, OH 1820-1850
In the partnerships Shipp & Collins with S.A.M. Shipp 1825-1834 and later
Hazen & Collins with Nathan L. Hazen 1843-1847.
Frankfort, KY 1838-1869
In the partnership of Loomis & Conery c. 1859 with W.P. Loomis.
Colton & Collins
New York, NY 1825-1835
George Oliver Conrad
Harrisonburg, VA 1846-1907
Was in the partnership of Bear & Conrad with his brother-in-law Jehu W. Bear 1846-1847 and 1848-1851.
A short lived branch of the business was operated in Luray, VA c. 1846 and another was opened in
Charlottesville, VA, in 1847. Conrad was a partner in the firm of Conrad, Gordon & Bear 1856-1857 and
Conrad & Martz with B.F. Martz 1857-1858.
Philadelphia, PA c. 1841-1851
Philadelphia, PA c. 1800
Coles & Reynolds
New York, NY c. 1870-1873
One of a number of businesses affiliated with Albert Coles.
Acquired by George W. Shiebler. See flatware patterns.
Reuben Rice Conn
Fitchburg, MA 1850-1880
Boston, MA c. 1677-1722
William B. Collins
New York, NY c. 1825-1835
Was a member of the firm of Colton & Collins 1825-1835.
Ella L. Cone
Boston, MA 1950's-1960's
Proprietor of The Silversmith's Shop. Modernist studio
Benjamin Coleman, Jr.
Sag Harbor, NY c. 1802-1820
A line of stainless flatware with sterling handles made by Towle Silversmiths.
See flatware patterns.
Demas Colton, Jr.
New York, NY c. 1826-1860
Coleman to Contempora
Coleman to Contempora
Commonwealth Silver Co.
Los Angeles, CA 1905-c. 1920