Since that time, Wallace has produced hundreds of patterns in sterling and silverplate, both utensils and larger serving pieces like trays.
This is by no means a complete collection of makers marks.
Meriden, CT 1961-Present Webster-Wilcox was formed in 1961 whenthe Wilcox Silver Plate Co., E. Webster & Son, and several otherdivisions of International Silver were consolidated.
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Wallace & Sons in 1871, when it introduced three lines of sterling silver flatware—Hawthorne, The Crown, and St. At the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, Wallace was producing a wide range of flatware and hollowware, both in sterling and silverplate, as well as items such as souvenir spoons and pin cushion holders.
By the 1930s, William Warren was the most influential designer at Wallace.