Category Archives: Wallingford CT

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 , , , , , , , , , , | 7 Comments

WBW 900

A reader recently contacted me regarding assistance in identifying a piece of flatware she had which was marked “Made in U.S.A.” and “WBW 900″.  I wasn’t familiar with the”WBW” mark and started doing some research.  I found some hints that … Continue reading

Posted in No. 900, R. Wallace & Sons Manufacturing Co., Victoria Pattern, W B W 900, Wallace, Wallace Brothers, Wallingford CT, WBW 900 | Tagged , , , , , , , | 7 Comments

The Yale Mystery

I know I’ve said this before and I’m going to say it again.  I don’t know how I manage to come across so many pieces of silverplate with backstamps of unknown, or relatively unknown, manufacturers.  I had two silverplate bar … Continue reading

Posted in C. B. Yale, Charles Yale, Cupid pattern, G. Selden Yale, Hiram Hayden, Holmes Booth & Haydens, Richmond VA, Samuel Simpson, Simpson Hall Miller, Sterling Sil Plt Co, Sterling Silver Plate Co, Wallingford CT, Yale Silver Co., Yalesville CT | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 8 Comments