Horton & Rikeman
Savannah, GA 1850-1856
H.P. Horton Silversmiths, watchmakers, and jewelers.
Samuel M. Hopper
Philadelphia, PA 1835-1850
Stephen Hopkins (b. 1721 d. 1796)
Waterbury, CT 1744-1780
David Large Hope
Knoxville, TN c. 1828-1869
Purchased Samuel Bell's business in 1852.
Savannah, GA c. 1850-1856
In the partnership of Horton & Rikeman 1850-1856.
Benjamin C. Hopper
Philadelphia, PA c. 1844-1850
Joseph W. Hopkins
Waterbury, CT c. 1760-1780
Howard & Cockshaw Co. / Herbert Cockshaw
New York, NY c. 1899-1937
Howard & Cockshaw Co. was in business 1904-1915. Succeeded by Herbert
Cockshaw in 1915 then Herbert Cockshaw Jr. in 1936. The same mark was
Howard Sterling Co.
Providence, RI 1891-1902
Successor to Howard & Son and The Sterling Co. Makers of sterling
flatware, holloware and souvenir spoons. Many of their pattern dies
were acquired by the Roger Williams Silver Co. See flatware patterns.
Howard & Co.
New York, NY 1866-1922
Founded by Edward T. Howard and Joseph Platt Howard. Branches were opened
in Newport, RI and London, England around 1900.
Hotchkiss & Schreuder
Syracuse, NY 1845-c.1895
David Hotchkiss and Andrew B. Schreuder. Hotchkiss left the company in 1871
and Schreuder continued to use the H&S mark. Made mostly sterling flatware,
some holloware. Purchased by the Syracuse Silver Mfg. Co.
Palmyra and Syracuse, NY
Worked independently 1825-1840. Was in the firm of Hotchkiss &
Norton with Benjamin R. Norton in Palmyra 1841-1842. Was one of
the founders of Hotchkiss & Schreuder in 1845 and remained in the firm until 1871.
Philadelphia, PA c. 1794-1798 and Baltimore, MD c. 1799-1801
In the partnership of Houlton & Brown with Liberty Brown.
John K. Housel
Lewisburg, PA 1823-1845
Silversmith, watch, and clockmaker.
Hovey, Parker & Co.
Manchester, NH 1850-1852
A partnership between Stanford Hovey and Amos Parker.
Hotchkiss & Norton
Palmyra, NY 1841-1842
David Hotchkiss and Benjamin R. Norton.
Hope to Howard
Hope to Howard
Hottenroth & Cachot
Bardstown, KY 1813-1817
Ignatus Hottenroth and Felix Ferjeaux Cachot.
Manchester, NH 1850-1869
In the partnerships of Hovey, Parker & Co. with Amos Parker 1850-1852
and Stanford Hovey & Co. 1854-1869.