Category Archives: Hall Elton & Co.

One Fiddle Too Many

In some prior posts I have written about aesthetic flatware patterns and have attempted to identify a good amount of them.  Although I have written individual posts about some of the earlier flatware designs, I did not attempt to broadly … Continue reading

Posted in 1847 Rogers Bros., antique, British Silver, Brown & Bros., Cottage pattern, Derby Silver Co, E W Sperry, early spoon patents, England, English silver, flatware, gorham, Gothic pattern, Grape pattern, Grecian pattern, Hall Elton & Co., Hiram Hayden, Holmes Booth & Haydens, Jewel pattern, L. Boardman, Le Roy White, LeRoy White, Lily silverplate pattern, luther boardman, Noel Turner, Olive Pattern, pattern, Persian pattern, Redfield & Rice, Reed & Barton, Rogers Brothers, Roman Pattern, silverplate, Tuscan pattern, UK flatware | Tagged , , | 3 Comments

Hall, Elton & Co.

I knew that Hall, Elton & Co. was a silverplate manufacturer located in Wallingford, Connecticut in the mid 1800s.  I knew this because I had researched patents during this period of time and several handle design patents had been assigned … Continue reading

Posted in Almer Hall, Benedict & Burnham, Curtiss, Elton & Co., Hall Elton, Hall Elton & Co., Jacob Hall, Maltby Stevens Curtiss, Meriden Britannia, R. Wallace, Wallingford CT, Watrous, William Elton | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments