Barbour Silver Company design catalogues and historical information

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"BARBOUR SILVER CO., Hartford and Meriden, Conn.
Organized in 1892 in Hartford, Connecticut... this company itself was the product of a consolidation of I. J. Steane & Co., Barbour Hobson Co., and Barbour Bros. Co... Barbour made sterling hollowware and fine quality silverplated hollowware, specializing in heavily chased and engraved pieces plated on a nickel silver base. From 1921 to 1931, the company also made an extensive line of ’Dutch’ silver, plated on copper. In 1921, Barbour Sterling was transferred to the Wilcox & Evertsen plant. The plant closed in 1931 and the trademark was retired from active use."

— Edmund P. Hogan in An American heritage: A book about the International Silver Company (1977), p. 159. (See entry below.)



Barbour Silver Company - design catalogues and historical information (by year)


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1880s

1884 - advertisement

Hartford Silver Plate Co. [Barbour Silver Co. predecessor]. (c. January & February 1884). Advertisement: "The Hartford Silver Plate Co. ... Salesrooms at Hartford, Conn., 52 Park Place, N. Y,, 537 Market St., San Francisco ." [with two illustrations]. The Jewelers’ Circular and Horological Review, p. LXIX. (Viewed 21 October 2018. B01172).

1885 - news mention

(September 1885). Trade gossip [including mention of new New York office for Hartford Silver Plate Co. (Barbour Silver Co. predecessor] at no. 2 Maiden Lane, New York. The Jewelers’ Circular and Horological Review, p. 259. (Viewed 21 October 2018. C00297-98).

1885 - news mention

(October 1885). Trade gossip [including a paragraph on Hartford Silver Plate Co. (Barbour Silver Co. predecessor)]. The Jewelers’ Circular and Horological Review, p. 296. (Viewed 21 October 2018. C00299-300).

"The Hartford Silver Plate Company [Barbour Silver Co. predecessor] have prepared and now offer some new and beautiful designs in their quadruple plated hollow ware. They also present for the inspection of buyers a full line of plated flat ware..." (Excerpt in full from above.)


1886 - news mention

(July 1886). Trade gossip [including mention of the Hartford Silver Plate Co. (Barbour Silver Co. predecessor) opening an office in St. Louis.] The Jewelers’ Circular and Horological Review, p. 202. (Viewed 21 October 2018. L00723).


1890s

Various newspapers, magazines and other sources

(c. 1892-). Various newspapers, magazines and other sources - search engines. (Updated 18 October 2017.)

1 June 1892 - news mention

(1 June 1892). Connecticut concerns that have applied for space at Chicago [World’s Fair]. [Mention of Barbour Bros. & Co.] The Jewelers’ Circular and Horological Review, p. 12. (Viewed 28 August 2018. H00366-67).

15 June 1892 - news mention

(15 June 1892). The Barbour Silver Co. of Hartford [paragraph announcement]. Jeweler’s Circular and Horological Review, p. 28. (Viewed 7 May 2018. AAA02957-58).

Hartford, Conn., June 10 — The Barbour Silver Co. has been organized in this city to buy, sell and deal in merchandise made of silver, britannia or other metal, glass or other material. The capital is $100,000 in 100[0] shares of $100 each, $20,000 of which has been paid in cash and $80,000 in property.

The incorporators are I. J. Steane, 501 shares; S. L. Barbour, 300, and J. L. Dalgleish, 199, all of Hartford. (Full excerpt from above.)


c. 1890s - design catalogue

Barbour Silver Company. (c. 1890s). Sterling silver and silver plate: in hallow ware only. 116 pp. (Viewed 17 August 2018. L00554).

c. 1890s - design catalogue

Barbour Silver Company. (c. 1890s). Catalogue C - Sterling silver and silver plate in holloware only. 92 pp. (Viewed 27 July 2018. C00186-03).

  • Offline - Meriden Historical Society, Meriden, CT.

c. 1895 - design catalogue

Barbour Silver Company. (c. 1895). Catalogue D - Sterling silver and high grade silver plates ware in holloware only. 92 pp. (Viewed 27 July 2018. C00186-04).

  • Offline - Meriden Historical Society, Meriden, CT.

c. 1895 - design catalogue supplement

Barbour Silver Company. (c. 1895). Supplement to catalogue D - high grade electro silver plated ware and sterling silver. 18 pp. (Viewed 27 July 2018. C00186-05).

  • Offline - Meriden Historical Society, Meriden, CT.

c. 1897 - historical information

Davis, William T. (Ed.) (c. 1897). On "Barbour Silver Co.", (p. 833). In The New England states, their constitutional, judicial, educational, commercial, professional and industrial history, vol. 2. Boston: D. H. Hurd & Co. (Viewed 9 June 2017. A02626; A02632.)

1897 - advertisement

G. Fox & Co., Hartford, CT. (22 June 1897). Advertisement: "Plated ware, Such makes as Meriden Britannia, Derby Silver Co., Rogers & Hamilton, and Barbour Silver Plate Co. ... Soup ladles, Berry Spoons, Tomato Servers, Oyster Sets, Salad Forks, Fish Forks..." [with no illustrations]. Hartford Courant, p. 5. (Viewed 19 October 2018. D00346).

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1898 advertisements

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1898 - advertisement

Wm. Hengerer Co., Buffalo, NY. (4 October 1898). Advertisement: "... Tea set, 5 pieces, best quadruple plate— Barbour Silver Co.’s goods— fluted Colonial shape... " [with no illustrations]. Buffalo Evening News (New York), p. 2, cols. 7-8. (Viewed 12 October 2018. B00984).

1898 - advertisement

Wm. Hengerer Co., Buffalo, NY. (31 October 1898). Advertisement: "... High Grade Silverware... Tea Set— 5 pieces... Barbour Silver Co. ..." Buffalo Courier (New York), p. 4, cols. 5-7. (Viewed 12 October 2018. B00985).



c. 1898 - design catalogue

Barbour Silver Company. (c. 1898). Catalogue E - Sterling silver and highest grade silver plated ware in hollow ware only. 110 pp. (Viewed 27 July 2018. C00186-06).

  • Offline - Meriden Historical Society, Meriden, CT.



The Barbour Silver Company became part of the International Silver Company in 1898. After this date, it is assumed that any design patents utilized by the Barbour Silver Company division or brand were assigned to the International Silver Company. (See the ISC historical documentation page).



1899 articles

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1899 - article

(19 June 1899). Barbour silver works; Plant will go to Meriden after January 1. Hartford Courant, p. 8. (Viewed 19 October 2018. D00317).

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"... The Barbour Silver Company began business in this city [Hartford] about ten years ago coming from New York, where Mr. Barbour had made a fine reputation for the goods manufactured. The company manufactures all kinds of hollow ware in silver plated goods, German silver and sterling silver, and has been very prosporous. ... The buildings owned and occupied by the company on Market Street are quite extensive and include the old theater... The Barbour Silver Company some years ago absorbed the Hartford Silver Plate Company..." (Excerpt from above.)


1899 - news mention

(1 November 1899). Connecticut [news briefs]. Jeweler’s Circular and Horological Review, p. 43. (Viewed 7 May 2018. AAA02967-68).

After Jan 1, the Barbour Silver Co., Hartford, who are absorbed in the International Silver Co., will occupy the old Meriden Silver Plate Co. factory, Meriden. The Barbour Silver Co. have been employing from 200 to 300 persons. (Full excerpt from above.)


1899 - news mention

(22 November 1899). Connecticut [news briefs, mentions International Silver Co., Barbour Silver Co., and Meriden Silver Plate Co.]. Jeweler’s Circular and Horological Review, p. 47. (Viewed 7 May 2018. AAA02967; AAA02070).

1899 - news mention

(29 November 1899). The removal of Barbour Silver Co. to Meriden [mentions International Silver Co., Barbour Silver Co., and Meriden Silver Plate Co.]. Jeweler’s Circular and Horological Review, p. 17. (Viewed 7 May 2018. AAA02967; AAA02071).

1899 - news mention

(6 December 1899). Connecticut [news briefs, mentions International Silver Co., Barbour Silver Co., and Meriden Silver Plate Co.]. Jeweler’s Circular and Horological Review, p. 43. (Viewed 7 May 2018. AAA02967; AAA02072).

1899 - article

(25 December 1899). Going to Meriden [one-paragraph article with mention of Barbour Silver Company and Meriden Silver Plate Company (/International Silver Co.)]. Hartford Courant, p. 9. (Viewed 19 October 2018. D00318).

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"The plant of the Barbour Silver Company... is being transferred from [Hartford] to Meriden. It will occupy the building on Cross street, formerly used by the cut glass department of the old Meriden Silver Plate Company... " (Excerpt from above.)




1899 advertisements

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1899 - two advertisements

International Silver Company. (22 November 1899; 20 December 1899). Advertisement: "International Silver Co., Successor to the Holmes & Edwards Silver Co. and The Barbour Silver Co. ... St. Louis Salesrooms: Holland Building, 209-211-213 North Seventh St., St Louis, MO." Jeweler’s Circular and Horological Review. (Viewed 7 May 2018. AAA02966-67; AAA02969).

1899 - two advertisements

Walbridge’s, Buffalo, NY. (December 1899). Advertisement: "Silverware... Barbour Silver Co. [/ International Silver Co.] ..." [without relevant illustrations]. Buffalo Evening News (New York). (Viewed 13 October 2018. B001011-14).

  • Online - fultonhistory.com. (Search the archive and scroll down for the link: for 11 December 1899, page unknown, cols. 6-8, search: "Buffalo NY Evening News 1899 - 7477"; for 14 December 1899, p. 4, cols. 6-8, search "Buffalo NY Evening News 1899 - 7489").

1899 - advertisement

Walbridge’s, Buffalo, NY. (13 December 1899). Advertisement: "... The Best of Plated Ware... Barbour Silver Co.’s [/ International Silver Co.] Solid Nickel, Silver or Hard Metal Tea Sets... " Buffalo Evening News (New York), p. 4, cols. 5-8. (Viewed 13 October 2018. B01015-16).

1899 - advertisement

Walbridge & Co., Buffalo, NY. (14 December 1899). Advertisement: "... The finest Christmas Goods... The Best of Plated Ware... Barbour Silver Co. [/ International Silver Co.] ..." [no illustrations]. Buffalo Courier (New York), p. 3, cols. 4-7. (Viewed 13 October 2018. B00990-91).



1900s

1900 articles

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1900 - news mention

(3 January 1900). Connecticut [news briefs, mentions International Silver Co., Barbour Silver Co., and Meriden Silver Plate Co.]. Jeweler’s Circular and Horological Review, p. 33. (Viewed 7 May 2018. AAA02967; AAA02073).

1900 - news mention

(3 January 1900). Chicago notes [news brief, talks about International Silver Co. consolidation and salesrooms effects in Chicago; mentions Barbour Silver Co., Holmes & Edwards Silver Co., Manhattan Silver Plate Co., Meriden Britannia Co., Rogers & Hamilton Co., Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co. Jeweler’s Circular and Horological Review, p. 34. (Viewed 7 May 2018. AAA02967; AAA02074).

1900 - news mention

(17 January 1900). Connecticut [news briefs, mentions Barbour Silver Co. and Meriden Silver Plate Co., which refers to the International Silver Co.]. Jeweler’s Circular and Horological Review, p. 27. (Viewed 7 May 2018. AAA02967; AAA02075).

1900 - news mention

(5 February 1900). [No article heading; listing the "Barber [sic] Silver Company" as "Factory A" of the International Silver Company; Barbour has "gone out of their old place of business and merged into the Meriden branch..."]. The Daily Morning Journal and Courier (New Haven, CT), p. 1, col. 7. (Viewed 29 September 2018. B00566-67).



1902 - advertisement

International Silver Company. (6 March 1902). Advertisement: "International Silver Co., Silversmiths, Successor to Barbour Silver Co.; Meriden Britannia Co.; Meriden Silver Plate Co.; Wilcox Silver Plate Co.; Meriden Cut Glass Co., and others..." Meriden Weekly Republican, p. 3, column 6. (Viewed 9 September 2017. G00238).


1903 advertisements

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1903 - two advertisements

International Silver Company. (January-February 1903). Advertisements: "Makers of Wares of Sterling and Silver Plate... [Factories:] The Barbour Silver Co., The Holmes & Edwards Silver Co., Meriden Britannia Co., The Meriden Silver Plate Co., Rogers & Brother, Wilcox Silver Plate Co., The Meriden Cut Glass Co., The Derby Silver Co., Manhattan Silver Plate Co., The Forbes Silver Co., The Wm. Rogers Mfg. Co., The Rogers & Hamilton Co.; Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co., The Watrous Mfg. Co." House Furnishing Review. (Viewed 7 October 2017. G01135; G01151.)

1903 - four advertisements

International Silver Company. (March-June 1903). Advertisements: "... Makers of Wares in Sterling and Silver Plate... [Factories:] The Barbour Silver Co., The Holmes & Edwards Silver Co., Meriden Britannia Co., The Meriden Silver Plate Co., Rogers & Brother, Wilcox Silver Plate Co., The Meriden Cut Glass Co., The Derby Silver Co., The Forbes Silver Co., The Wm. Rogers Mfg. Co., The Rogers & Hamilton Co.; Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co., The Watrous Mfg. Co., Middletown Plate Co. ..." House Furnishing Review. (Viewed 7 October 2017. G01154; G01159; .)



1904 - advertisement

Walbridge’s, Buffalo, NY. (9 October 1904). Advertisement: "... Silver plated tea sets... Barbour Silver Co. [/ International Silver Co.] ... " [with no specified illustrations]. The Buffalo Courier (New York), p. 45, cols. 4-7. (Viewed 12 October 2018. B00988).


1905 advertisements

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1905 - advertisement

International Silver Company. (4 October 1905). Advertisement: "Rich American cut glass..." [including listing of Barbour Silver Co.; with illustration of product design]. The Jewelers’ Circular — Weekly, p. 27. (Viewed 2 September 2018. H00386.)

1905 - advertisement

International Silver Company. (25 October 1905). Advertisement [including listing of Barbour Silver Co.; with product illustration]. The Jewelers’ Circular — Weekly, p. 33. (Viewed 2 September 2018. H00399).

1905 - advertisement

International Silver Company. (1 November 1905). Advertisement: "Rich American cut glass..." [including listing of Barbour Silver Co.; with product illustration]. The Jewelers’ Circular — Weekly, p. 31. (Viewed 2 September 2018. D00253).

1905 - advertisement

International Silver Company. (8 November 1905). Advertisement: "... Many new and seasonable goods..." [includes listing of Barbour Silver Company; no illustration]. The Jewelers’ Circular — Weekly, p. 37. (Viewed 2 September 2018. D00257).



1906 - advertisement

International Silver Company. (14 June 1906). Advertisement: "... Makers of Wares in Sterling Silver, Gold and Silver Plate and Rich Cut Glass, Salesrooms[:] Meriden, New York, Chicago, San Francisco... Barbour Silver Co." [with no illustrations]. Meriden Morning Record, p. 7, col. 1. (Viewed 23 October 2018. B01192).

1908 - news mention

(13 October 1908). A golden wedding [with mention of "... a beautiful bowl of solid silver, gold lined, 12 inches in diameter and 5 inches high. It was a special order made by the Barbour Silver Co. [/International Silver Co.], of Meriden, Conn. ..." The Columbia Republican (Hudson, New York), p. 4, col. 7. (Viewed 13 October 2018. B00989).

  • Online - fultonhistory.com. (Search the archive, "Hudson NY Columbia Republican 1908-1909 - 0109", and scroll down for the link.)

1909 - advertisement

G. W. Fairchild & Sons, Bridgeport, CT. (7 June 1909). Advertisement: "The lowest price house of Connecticut for high quality goods... [International Silver Co. /] Barbour Silver Co. ..." [with no illustrations]. The Farmer, p. 4. (Viewed 17 September 2018. B00310).

1909 - advertisement

International Silver Company. (1 September 1909). Advertisement: "Sterling Silver, Silver Plate and Cut Glass... Factories: The Barbour Silver Co., The Holmes & Edwards Silver Co., Meriden Britannia Co., The Meriden Cut Glass Co., 1847 Rogers Bros., Rogers & Brother; Rogers, Smith & Co.; Wilcox Silver Plate Co., The Derby Silver Co., The Meriden Silver Plate Co., The Wm. Rogers Mfg. Co., The Rogers & Hamilton Co.; Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co., The Watrous Mfg. Co." The Jewelers’ Circular, p. 31. (Viewed 19 September 2017. G00475.)


1920s

1925 - exhibition booklet - Barbour Silver Co. / ISC in Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (c. 1925). American industrial art: Ninth annual exhibition of current manufacturers designed and made in the United States exhibition catalogue. (Exhibition dates: 29 March - 3 May 1925; see listing for unspecified designs by Barbour Silver Co. / International Silver Co. on pdf p. 12.) (Viewed 25 August 2016. AAA00098.)

1926-27 - Barbour Silver Co. in exhibition

(c. 1927). American industrial art: Tenth annual exhibition of current manufactures designed and made in the United States exhibition catalogue. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (Exhibition dates: 4 December 1926 - 5 January 1927.) (Viewed 25 August 2016. AAA00095.)

> Exhibited unspecified designs by Barbour Silver Co.

c. 1920s? - design catalogue

Barbour Silver Company / International Silver Company. (c. 1920s). Catalog 24 Barbour reproductions. 40 pp. (Viewed 27 July 2018. C00187-01).

  • Offline - Meriden Historical Society, Meriden, CT.

1929-30 - photographic plates

Barbour Silver Company / International Silver Company. (1929-30). Special line, [photographic plates of Modernist silver pieces in leather binder]. (Viewed 27 July 2018. C00186-08).

  • Offline - Meriden Historical Society, Meriden, CT.



Click the following link to see the parallel webpage - Barbour Silver Company designs in collections, at auction, and in exhibitions.



1940s

1941 - news mention

(17 May 1941). Questions and answers [with mention of Barbour Silver Co.] The New York Sun (Antiques section), p. 26, cols. 6-7. (Viewed 12 October 2018. B00986).

"... The Barbour Silver Company of Hartford, Conn., was incorporated in 1892, as a merger of I. J. Steane & Co., Barbour Hobson Co., and Barbour Bros. Co. ..." (Excerpt from above.)


1947 - secondary source

May, Earl Chapin. (1947). "Barbour Silver" mentions, (pp. 118, 173, 215). In Century of silver, 1847-1947; Connecticut Yankees and a noble metal. (Updated 17 April 2017. DM.)


1960s

1967 - magazine article mention

Hogan, E. P. (November 1967). The card receiver in Victorian silverplate [including illustration of Hartford Silver Plate Co. (Barbour Silver Co. predecessor) card receiver (1856-62)]. Spinning Wheel, pp. 12-13. (Viewed 21 October 2018. AAA00697.)

  • Offline - "Meriden - Industries - Silver" file, Meriden Public Library, CT.
  • See worldcat.org for other locations.

1968 - magazine article mention

Hogan, E. P. (December 1968). Figural napkin rings for collectors. Spinning Wheel, pp. 12-14. (Viewed 9 November 2017. AAA00696.)

Illustrations:
> Barbour Silver [Plate] Co. pear and leaves napkin ring (1895).
> Derby Silver Co. bird on wishbone napkin ring (1886).
> Meriden Britannia Company: two reprinted pages from 1882 catalogue showing 13 napkin rings; reprinted excerpt from 1886 catalogue showing figural boy and girl pepper shakers and cat napkin ring; seven others (1873, 1877, 1878, 1879, 1886, 1888).
> Rogers, Smith & Co.: cupids holding napkin ring (1878).
> Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co.: two reprinted pages from 1886 catalogue showing 12 napkin rings; another one shown (1879).
> E. G. Webster & Bro. bird napkin ring (1873). > Wilcox Silver Plate Co. pug with glass eyes napkin ring (1884, another 1873).
> Wm. Rogers Mfg. Co. squirrel napkin ring (1889).

  • Offline - "Meriden - Industries - Silver" file, Meriden Public Library, CT.
  • See worldcat.org for other locations.
"The trend toward ornamenting napkin rings with full round figures started about 1879 and reached its peak about 1886... So popular were these figural napkin rings that in a short three-year period— 1886, 1887, and 1888— five firms in the Meriden, Conn. area offered 82 different designs... By 1900, tastes had changed and the demand for fancy napkin rings dwindled away to nothing..." (Excerpt from above.)


1970s

1975 - Barbour Silver Co. in exhibition

(c. 1975). Forms in metal: 275 years of metalsmithing in America exhibition catalogue. (Exhibition dates: 17 January - 2 March 1975; 16 March - 20 April 1975; at the Finch College Museum of Art, New York and the Museum of Contemporary Crafts, New York; second viewing at Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI. (Viewed 17 October 2016. AAA00361.)

1976 - magazine article mention

Hogan, E. P. (May 1976). Silverware for children [including illustration of Hartford Silver Plate Co. (Barbour Silver Co. predecessor) child’s cup (c. 1880)]. Spinning wheel, pp. 13-16. (Viewed 21 October 2018. AAA00699.)

  • Offline - "Meriden - Industries - Silver" file, Meriden Public Library, CT;
  • See worldcat.org for other locations.

1977 - secondary source

Hogan, Edmund P. (1977). On "Barbour Silver Company", [pp. 55, 56, 159, 159 (see excerpt above)]. In An American heritage: A book about the International Silver Company. (Updated 17 April 2017. DM.)



Click the following link to see designs and documentation for other historical silver companies from the Meriden area, and those that were connected to the International Silver Company; go to the historical Meriden design overview page and scroll down to section B: "ISC, predecessors & divisions" and C: "Other featured companies".



1980s

1980 - secondary source

Hogan, Edmund P. (1980). "Barbour Silver Company" mention, [pp. 26 (napkin ring, 1895), 74 (photo of spoon holder, (early 1900s)]. In The elegance of old silver plate and some personalities. (Updated 17 April 2017. DM.)

1985 - magazine article

(March / April 1985). [Ask a question - Barbour Silver Co.] Silver Magazine. (Viewed 8 September 2017. G00205.)


1990s

1992-99 - exhibition checklist and show venues - Barbour Silver Company in travelling exhibition

The Museums at Stony Brook. (c. 1997). Exhibition checklist for Shaken, not stirred: Cocktail shakers and design exhibition (3 May - 4 September 1997). (For six other venues and exhibited design, see the Barbour Silver Company exhibitions section.) (Viewed 28 November 2018. B01222-13)

  • Offline - The Long Island Museum of American Art, History, and Carriages (formerly The Museums at Stony Brook, Long Island, New York). (Also supplied venues and dates.)


2000s

2004 - secondary source

Rainwater, Dorothy T.; Fuller, Martin; Fuller, Collette. (2004). "Barbour Silver Co.", "Barbour Bros. Co." and "Barbour Hobson Co.", (pp. 23-4). Also see predecessors "I. J. Steane & Co."; Steane, Son & Hall; Taunton Silver Plate Co.; Albany Silver Plate Co.; Cromwell Plate Co.; (pp. 51, 237) and also "Hartford Silver Plate Co." (p. 101). Encyclopedia of American silver manufacturers, (revised and expanded 5th ed.). Schiffer Publishing: Atglen, PA. (Viewed 14 August 2017. A02874-75; A02885; A02922; A02922b; A02922c; A02945.)

2005-07 - Barbour Silver Co. in exhibition

Stern, Jewel. (2005). Modernism in American silver. [Includes Barbour Silver Company designs.] 392 pp. Dallas Museum of Art and Yale University Press. (Book accompanied exhibition at 5 American venues.) (Updated 17 April 2017. DM.)

> Exhibition venues: Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC; Nevada Museum of Art, Reno; Dallas Museum of Art; The Wolfsonian, Miami Beach, FL; The Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Memphis, TN.

2012 - mention in presented paper

Murphy, James. (2012). Shaken not stirred— the evolution of the cocktail shaker [with mention of Barbour Silver Co. / International Silver Co., p. 9]. Presented paper at the First Dublin Gastronomy Symposium, (June 5-6). (Viewed 16 October 2018. C00301).


n. d.

19—? - design catalogue

International Silver Company. (19—?). International silverplate: Barbour products. 240 leaves. ("Each plate is headed by "The Barbour Silver Company, Meriden, Conn." and includes a plate number".) (Updated 11 April 2017. A00594.)

n. d. - folio

Barbour Silver Company / International Silver Company. (undated). Puritan pewter Barbour products folio. ["Post bound folio of photo plates".] (Viewed 27 July 2018. C00186-07).

  • Offline - Meriden Historical Society, Meriden, CT.

n. d. - collection of catalogue pages

Barbour Silver Company / International Silver Company. (undated). Collection of catalogue pages, 8 1/2 x 11". (Viewed 27 July 2018. C00186-09).

  • Offline - Meriden Historical Society, Meriden, CT.

n. d. - collection of catalogue pages

Barbour Silver Company / International Silver Company. (undated). Collection of catalogue pages ("English Sheffield" designs), 11 x 17". (Viewed 27 July 2018. C00186-10).

  • Offline - Meriden Historical Society, Meriden, CT.