Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts historical design catalogues and other historical information (2016)

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artdesigncafé - design | Design Meriden | 15 May 2016 | Updated 16 October 2016

Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts (1896-1929) design catalogues and other historical information [1]

wilcox and evertsen fine arts

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; A00759-61]

wilcox and evertsen fine arts

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]

wilcox and evertsen fine arts

(1892-). Various advertisements and newspaper articles - search engines. See: Chronicling America at Library of Congress; fultonhistory.com (over 35 million historical newspaper pages from USA and Canada); and Google News. Viewed 16 October 2016.

[1] Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts operated in New York (1892-96), Meriden (1896-1929), and Wallingford (1929-68). The company became a division of International Silver Company. [See (a) Stern, Jewel. (2005). Modernism in American silver, page 357. Dallas Museum of Art and Yale University Press.] Viewed 16 May 2016. [A00667]

On Wilcox & Evertsen - 1: designs in collections, etc. | 2: design catalogues, etc.

This compilation is currently in development. We are compiling scattered resources across North America and beyond with the goal of identifying a complete set. This initiative aims to enable more productive research and facilitate new discoveries. If you know of original documentation not listed below, please contact artdesigncafe.