Watrous Manufacturing Company (Wallingford, CT) historical design catalogues (2016)

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artdesigncafé - design | Design Meriden | 15 May 2016 | Updated 17 September 2016

Watrous Manufacturing Co. design catalogues [1]

watrous manufacturing company wallingford ct

Watrous Manufacturing Company. (1914?). Price list of sterling silver vanity cases, card cases, coin holders, purses, cigarette cases… napkins rings shown in catalogue no. 203P and supplements revised January 1, 1914. 4 pp. Connecticut Historical Society call no. 739.23 W337p - offline. Viewed 15 May 2016. [C00001-19]

watrous manufacturing company wallingford ct

International Silver Company. (1927). International sterling hollow ware. 403 pp. (“It presents in section L, the products of Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co. ... In section W are shown the ... products of the Wilcox & Evertsen factory ... Section P illustrates ... pieces made by the Watrous Mfg. Co. factory’— Foreword). New York Public Library call no. 3-MNO+ (International Silver Company, Meriden, Conn. International sterling hollow ware. 1927); Oxford University, England, Aleph System Number: 013250805. Viewed 15 May 2016. [A00658-59]

watrous manufacturing company wallingford ct

International Silver Company. (1929). International sterling hollowware (Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co.; Wilcox & Evertsen; Watrous Manufacturing Company) (deluxe edition). Approx. 447 pp. Meriden Historical Society. (Copy in Design Meriden / artdesigncafe.com library offline). Viewed 17 September 2016. [AAA00157-61]



Footnote:
[1] Watrous Manufacturing Company, Wallingford, was acquired by the International Silver Company in 1898. [See "A Guide to the International Silver Company Records, 1853-1921". University of Connecticut university libraries website.] Viewed 16 May 2016. [A00660]



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