H. Fred Skaggs
Scottsdale, AZ 1956-1982
Maker of handwrought sterling holloware, flatware, and jewelry.
Brooklyn, NY 1909-1943
Danish born and trained; designed for Tiffany & Co. in the 1930s. Important
maker of sterling handwrought flatware and holloware whose items are on display
in a number of museums around the country.
Alvah Skinner / A. Skinner & Son
Boston, MA 1830-1883
Was a partner in the firm of Skinner & Sweet with
James Sweet 1845-1857 and A. Skinner & Son 1880-1883,
A. Skinner & Son remaining in business until 1913.
New York, NY 1756-1762
Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co.
Wallingford, CT 1866-1898
Began as a silverplate manufacturer; sterling flatware was added c. 1895.
Acquired by International Silver in 1898 who continued to use their mark.
Makers of sterling flatware and holloware.
Bardstown, KY c. 1821-1844; Louisville, KY c. 1850;
and Madison, IN 1861-1863
Hopkinsville, KY c. 1857-1859
Skinner & Sweet
Boston, MA 1845-1857
Alvah Skinner and James Sweet.
Alburg Springs, CT 1946-1958 and Stowe, VT 1958-1967
Primarily a jeweler and sculptor, Skinger also made sterling flatware
Boston, MA 1728-1770
Partnered with Samuel Minott in the firm of Minott & Simpkins
Simons, Bro. & Co. / Simons Bros. Co.
Philadelphia, PA 1877-Present
Founded by George W. Simons and Peter B. Simons.
Acquired the silverware manufacturing branch of the Vansant
Mfg. Co. 1886 and acquired the Peter L. Krider Co. in 1903. The
firm of Simons, Bro. & Co. incorporated in 1913 as Simons Bros. Co.
Makers of sterling flatware, holloware, thimbles, novelties and jewelry;
made swords during the Civil War. Stopped making flatware in 1908
when their dies were sold to Alvin Mfg. Co. Website. See flatware patterns.
J. & A. Simmons
New York, NY 1802-1814
James and Abraham Simmons.
Simmons & Paye
Providence, MA 1896-1901
Succeeded by Paye & Baker. Some of their dies were acquired
by the Wendell Mfg. Co.
New York, NY c. 1802-1816
Was in the partnership of J. & A. Simmons 1802-1814.
William Cadogan Simes
Kittery, ME c. 1795 and
Portsmouth, NH 1801-1820
Simes to Smed
Helen Kenny Simon
New York, NY 1948-1962
Worked with husband Theodore Simon in their shop called The Two Simons.
Philadelphia, PA 1959-1975
Sinclair Mfg. Co.
Chartley, MA 1947-Present
Made sterling goods in the 1950s.
Philadelphia, PA 1795-1808
Was in the partnerships of Simmons & Alexander 1801-1804.
Simes to Smed