International Silver Company designs in collections, at auction, and in exhibitions (2016)

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International Silver Company urn Eliel Saarinen International Silver Company cocktail shaker Lurelle Guild International Silver Company compote Alphonse La Paglia


The International Silver Company was formed in 1898 by joining together several smaller silver companies in mainly the area of Meriden and Wallingford, Connecticut. [1]


A. International Silver Company designs (1898-1983 stopped producing silver) - designs in collections

international silver company

International Silver Company. (undated). Design for handmirror. Graphite with white heightening on brown wove paper. 15 7/8 x 9 5/16 in. Accession no. 1999.1.3. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT. Viewed 20 March 2016. [A00133]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (undated). Design for handmirror. Graphite with white heightening. 14 7/8 x 10 3/8 in. Accession no. 1999.1.4. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT. Viewed 20 March 2016. [A00134]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (undated). Design for handmirror. Graphite with white heightening. 14 1/2 x 10 1/2 in. Accession no. 1999.1.5. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT. Viewed 20 March 2016. [A00135]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (after 1898). Hand mirror and hairbrush. Accession nos. 1993.55.3-4. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 17 July 2016. [AAA00033-21(-22)]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (after 1898). Shoehorn. Accession no. 1993.55.5. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 17 July 2016. [AAA00033-23]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (after 1898). Lidded bowl. Accession no. 1993.55.6a,b. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 17 July 2016. [AAA00033-24]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (after 1898). Buttonhook. Accession no. 1993.55.7. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 17 July 2016. [AAA00033-25]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (after 1898). Lidded sugar bowl. Accession no. 1995.19.1a,b. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 17 July 2016. [AAA00033-29]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (after 1898). Two stoppers. Accession nos. 1993.55.8-9. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 17 July 2016. [AAA00033-26(-27)]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (1898-). Card case. Silver, dimensions unknown. Accession no. 1935.40. Cincinnati Art Museum. Offline - processed 1 April 2016. [A00224]
international silver company

International Silver Company. (1898-). Buckle Brooch. Silver, 2 11/16 x 1 15/16 in. Accession no. 1935.40. Cincinnati Art Museum. Offline - processed 1 April 2016. [A00224]
international silver company

Wilcox Silver Plate Co. / (possibly ISC). (1890-1912). Loving cup. Accession no. 1993.155.0. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 18 July 2016. [AAA00033-168]

international silver company

Wilcox Silver Plate Company / (possibly ISC). (c. 1900). Pen box. Silver. 3/4 x 2 x 1 3/8 in. Accession no. 52.79.4. Brooklyn Museum. Viewed 2 June 2016. [D00205]

international silver company

Wilcox Silver Plate Co. / (possibly ISC). (c. 1900). Compote. Accession no. 1993.45.0. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 17 July 2016. [AAA00033-165]

international silver company

Watrous Manufacturing Company / (possibly ISC). (c. 1900). Neo-Egyptian motifs matchsafe. Silver. 2 11/16 x 1 7/8 x 1/2 in. Accession no. 1980-14-1353. Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, New York. Viewed 30 May 2016. [D00154]

international silver company

Middletown Plate Co. / (possibly ISC). (c. 1900). Teapot. Silver plate. Accession no. 1977.0918. National Museum of American History, Smithsonian, Washington, DC. Viewed 30 December 2016. [A01404]

international silver company

Meriden Britannia Company / (possibly ISC). (c. 1900). Collapsible cup (and original box). Accession no. 1967.57.14a-c. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 17 July 2016. [AAA00033-110]

international silver company

Meriden Silver Plate Co. / (possibly ISC) (c. 1900). Bowl. Silver-plated copper. 3 11/16 x 9 1/8 in. Accession no. 1957-100-4. Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, New York. Viewed 1 January 2017. [A01416]

international silver company

Wilcox Silver Plate Co. / (ISC). (1901). Candlestick. (H) 7 3/8 x (W) 4 x (D) 3 9/16 in. Accession no. 2005.171.5a,b. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 17 July 2016. [AAA00033-170]

international silver company

Wilcox Silver Plate Co. / (ISC). (1901). Collection plate. Silver plated plate with wooden center covered in green felt. The plate is engraved "University of Virginia 1901." Used in University of Virginia Chapel. Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, VA. Call no. RG-30/19/1.441. Viewed 16 March 2016. [A00115]

international silver company

Meriden Britannia Company / (ISC). (patented January 29, 1901). Coffeepot with lid. Silver, cast. 12 1/8 x 10 1/4 x 6 in. Accession no. 1999.48. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 9 April 2016. [A00348]

international silver company

Wilcox Silver Plate Co. / (possibly ISC). (1890-1910). Knife rest. Silver-plate. (H) 1.125 in. x (W) 3.375 in. x (D) 2 in. Accession no. 1986.601. Historical New England organization, Boston, MA. Viewed 2 June 2016. [D00206]

international silver company

Wilcox Silver Plate Co. / Meriden Cut Glass Co. / (ISC). (1898-1904). Cigar or tobacco jar. Rich-cut, glass cut in thumbprint and striated notched design. Silver cover in ball bead design. Bottom has 24 raystar cut design. Accession no. 2001.006.008AB. Museum of American Glass, Millville, NJ. Offline; viewed 8 June 2016. [A00755-03]

international silver company

Wilcox Silver Plate Co. / Meriden Cut Glass Co. / (ISC). (1898-1904). Cigar or tobacco jar. Rich-cut, glass cut in thumbprint and striated notched design. Silver cover in ball bead design. Bottom has 24 raystar cut design. Accession no. 2001.006.008AB. Museum of American Glass, Millville, NJ. Offline; viewed 8 June 2016. [A00755-03]

international silver company

Simpson, Hall & Miller Co. / (ISC). (1895-1910). Crumber. Electroplated white metal. 2 7/8 x 10 1/2 x 15/16 in. Accession no. 2012.60.1. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT. Viewed 3 July 2016. [A00466]

international silver company

Meriden Silver Plate Co. / (ISC). (1900-15). Candlestick. Colorless lead glass, silver plate. H: 20.3 cm, W: 10.8 cm, D: 10.7 cm. Accession no: 95.4.359. Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY. Viewed 25 March 2016. [B00041]

international silver company

Meriden Britannia Company / (ISC). (c. 1900-17). Goblet. Accession no. 1969.63.214. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 18 July 2016. [AAA00033-115]

international silver company

Gustave F. Ekdahl (cutter) for Meriden Cut Glass Company / (ISC). (1909). Rose bowl. Colorless, red lead glass; blown, cut. H: 16 cm, D: 20.3 cm. Accession no. 98.4.169. Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY. Viewed 25 March 2016. [B00038]

international silver company

Wilcox Silver Plate Company / (ISC). (c. 1910). Potpourri holder (with rococo relief decoration and narrow geometric border). (H) 3.625 x (W) 9 in. Accession 1999.116A-B. Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC - offline. Viewed 13 August 2016. [AAA00053-041]

international silver company

Derby Silver Company / International Silver Company. (c. 1910). Serving dish. Silver-plate on nickel silver. 1 5/8 x 14 x 14 in. Accession no. 87.21. Brooklyn Museum. Viewed 30 May 2016. [D00162]

international silver company

Meriden Silver Plate Company / International Silver Company. (c. 1910). Pair of candlesticks (1, 2). Silverplate, stamped. (H) 10 1/2 x (D) 4 in. Accession no. 1995.133.1-2. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 9 April 2016. [A00354; A00206]

international silver company

Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co. / (ISC). (c. 1911). Coffee set. Silverplate, glass, wood. Various dimensions. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT. Viewed 20 March 2016. [A00126]

international silver company

Meriden Britannia Company / (ISC). (1912). Trophy. Silver. (H) 12.5 x (W) 11 in. Accession no. 2004.0.9.6. The Henry Ford, Dearborn, MI. Viewed 29 March 2016. [B00056]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (1913). Vase. Colorless glass with sterling silver overlay. 16 x 5 in.; base: 4 5/8 in. Accession no. 1979.57. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT. Viewed 21 March 2016. [B00020]

international silver company

Wilcox Silver Plate Company / (ISC). (c. 1913). Paper holder. Silver. (H) 2 in. x (D) 4 in. Accession no. 2006.44.1515AB. Historical New England organization, Boston, MA. Viewed 2 June 2016. [D00207]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (1900-10). Comb and nail file. Tortoise-shell comb wiith silver backing, lines of beading; nail file with beading on edges. Accession no. 86.210A,B. Newark Museum, NJ. (Online but search collection.) Viewed 13 November 2016. [AAA00426-37]

international silver company

Meriden Cut Glass Company / (ISC). (c. 1898-1923). Goblet "Meriden Star". Colorless glass. H: 16.1 cm, D: 8.9 cm. Accession no. 2004.4.24. Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY. Viewed 25 March 2016. [B00039]

international silver company

Meriden Cut Glass Company / (ISC). (1911-23). Vase. Colorless glass. H: 39.8 cm, D: 15.4 cm. Accession No: 2006.4.266. Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, NY. Viewed 25 March 2016. [B00040]

international silver company

Middletown Plate Co. / ( ISC). (c. 1899-1945). Ice bucket holder. Silver plate. Accession no. 124063. National Museum of American History, Smithsonian, Washington, DC. Viewed 30 December 2016. [A01405]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (c. 1920). Compote. Silver. 2 7/8 × 5 1/2 × 5 1/2 in. Accession no. 2002.29.111. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 31 March 2016. [A00211]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (c. 1920). Compote. Silver and rose quartz. (H) 3 x (D) 5 1/2 in. Accession no. 2002.29.136. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 31 March 2016. [A00210]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (c. 1920). Candy dish. Silver. 3 3/4 x 6 x 6 in. Accession no. 2002.29.112. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 31 March 2016. [A00207]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (c. 1920). Candle snuffer. Silver. 9 7/8 x 1 1/2 x 2 1/4 in. Accession no. 2002.29.137. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 30 March 2016. [B00069]

international silver company

Alfred G. Kintz for International Silver Company. (c. 1920). "Northern Lights" tray. Silver. 2 1/2 x 11 3/4 x 10 in. Accession no. 2002.29.104. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 1 April 2016. [B00072]

international silver company

Alfred G. Kintz for International Silver Company. (c. 1920). "Ebbtide" perfume bottle. Various dimensions. Accession no. 2002.29.105.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 30 March 2016. [B00059]

international silver company

Alfred G. Kintz for International Silver Company. (c. 1920). "Ebbtide" sandwich tray. Silver. 2 1/8 x 13 1/8 x 10 in. Accession no. 2002.29.108. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 30 March 2016. [B00058]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (1921, 1924). Eighteen forty seven Rogers Bros. silverplate 1921, 1924. Meriden, CT. Smithsonian Libraries - NMAH Trade Literature, Washington, DC, call no. 029584-029585. Viewed 1 January 2017. [A01423]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (1900-50). Ashtray. Cast pewter. (H) 3 x (W) 4 x (D) 3 5/8 in. Accession no. 1994.115.0. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 18 July 2016. [AAA00033-28]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (c. 1925). Flower bowl, pierced lid in "Wedgwood" pattern. Silver. Accession no. 2000.92.1A,B. Newark Museum, NJ. (Online but search collection.) Viewed 12 November 2016. [AAA00426-04]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (1920s). Pair of candlesticks in "Wedgewood" pattern. Silver. Accession no. 2000.92.2.1,2. Newark Museum, NJ. (Online but search collection.) Viewed 12 November 2016. [AAA00426-05]

international silver company

Meriden Silver Plate Co. / International Silver Company. (c. 1927). Cocktail shaker and lid. Silver-plate. 9 1/4 x 3 1/2 x 3 1/2 in. Accession no. 1989.104.26a-b. Brooklyn Museum. Viewed 30 May 2016. [D00173]

international silver company

Meriden Silver Plate Company / International Silver Company. (c. 1927-30). "Vogue" pattern centerpiece with flower holder. Silverplate and plastic. (H) 1 1/2 in. x (D) 14 1/2 in. Accession no. 1995.19.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 8 April 2016. [B00119]

international silver company

Wilcox Silver Plate Co. / International Silver Company. (c. 1925-30). Three-piece coffee service, geometric design (coffeepot; sugar bowl; creamer). Accession no. 1994.0385.01-03. National Museum of American History, Smithsonian, Washington, DC. Viewed 30 December 2016. [A01390-92]

international silver company

Alfred G. Kintz for International Silver Company. (c. 1928). Plate, "Ebbtide". Silver. 1 3/4 x 13 3/16 x 10 1/16 in. Accession no. 1993.208.2. Brooklyn Museum. Viewed 2 June 2016. [D00196]

international silver company

Alfred G. Kintz for International Silver Company. (c. 1928). Bowl, "Northern lights". Silver. 2 7/8 x 11 11/16 x 10 1/16 in. Accession no. 1993.208.1. Brooklyn Museum. Viewed 2 June 2016. [D00197]

international silver company

Meriden Silver Plate Co. / International Silver Company. (c. 1928). Pitcher. Silver-plate. 7 3/8 x 7 x 5 1/2 in. Accession no. 2008.58.21. Brooklyn Museum. Viewed 30 May 2016. [D00174]

international silver company

Meriden Silver Plate Company / International Silver Company. (c. 1928). "Vogue" compote. Silverplate and plastic. 5 3/8 x 6 x 6 in. Accession no. 2007.27.3. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 8 April 2016. [B00117]

international silver company

Meriden Silver Plate Company / International Silver Company. (c. 1928). "Vogue" tea service. Silverplate and catalin. Variable dimensions. Accession no. 2014.48.2.1-3.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 8 April 2016. [B00118]

international silver company

International Silver Company / Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts. (1928). Pepper shaker set number 591. Silver and bakelite. 3 7/8 x 1 x 1 in. each. Accession no. 2009.11.3.2. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 8 April 2016. [B00116]

international silver company

International Silver Company / Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts. (1928). Salt shaker set number 591. Silver and Bakelite. 3 7/8 x 1 x 1 in. Accession no. 2009.11.3.1. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 24 April 2016. [A00427]

international silver company

International Silver Company / Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts. (designed 1928). "Evening Sea" luncheon tray. Silver. (H) 1 1/2 in. x (D) 11 1/2 in. Accession no. 2002.29.109. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 27 April 2016. [A00434]

international silver company

Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts / International Silver Company. (designed 1928). Cigarette container. Enameled silver and jade. (H) 4 1/4 in. x (D) 3 in. Accession no. 2002.29.23.A-C. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 27 April 2016. [A00445]

international silver company

Alfred G. Kintz for Simpson, Hall, Miller and Company / International Silver Company. (designed 1928). "Northern Lights" whipped cream bowl. Silver. 3 1/4 x 5 1/2 x 5 1/2 in. Accession no. 2002.29.22.1. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 9 April 2016. [A00349]

international silver company

International Silver Company / Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts. (designed 1928). Sugar bowl. Silver. 2 3/4 × 3 5/8 × 3 5/8 in. Accession no. 2002.29.110.3. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 9 April 2016. [A00347]

international silver company

Alfred G. Kintz for International Silver Company / Simpson, Hall, Miller and Company. (designed 1928). "Tropical Sunrise" bowl. Silver. 2 1/2 x 12 1/2 x 10 in. Accession no. 2002.29.102. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 1 April 2016. [B00073]

international silver company

International Silver Company / Meriden Silver Plate Company. (designed c. 1928). Water pitcher. Silverplate. 7 3/4 x 7 x 6 1/2 in. Accession no. 2002.29.41. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 3 April 2016. [B00098]

international silver company

Wilcox Silver Plate Company / (ISC). (c. 1928). Tea service (5 pieces). Accession no. 1987.153.0a-e. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 17 July 2016. [AAA00033-162]

international silver company

Gene Theobald for Wilcox Silver Plate Company / International Silver Company. (designed 1928). "Diament" series (teapot; creamer; sugar bowl; tray). Silverplate and plastic. Variable dimensions. Accession no. 2002.29.42.1-4. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 3 April 2016. [A00309-12]

international silver company

Jean G. Theobald for Wilcox Silver Plate Company / International Silver Company. (1928). Tea set (teapot, creamer, sugar bowl, tray). Silver-plated base metal (pewter), wooden handles. Variable dimensions. Accession no. 2004.34. Kamm Teapot Foundation, Statesville, NC. Offline; viewed 14 June 2016. [A00807-01]

international silver company

Jean G. Theobald at Wilcox Silver Plate Co. / (ISC). (c. 1928). "Diament" tea service (teapot; creamer; lidded sugar basin; tray). Silverplate and bakelite. Variable dimensions. Accession nos. 98.276.186.1-4. Minneapolis Institute of Art. Viewed 4 September 2016. [A01182-85]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (c. 1928). Tea service (teapot, creamer, lidded sugar bowl, and tray). Pewter, Bakelite. (H) 3 1/2 x (W) 6 1/2 x (D) 4 1/2 in. Accession no. 1987.229.0a-e. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 17 July 2016. [AAA00033-20]

international silver company

Jean G. Theobald for Wilcox Silver Plate Company / International Silver Company. (c. 1928). Dinette set (teapot, creamer, sugar bowl, tray). Pewter, wood. Variable dimensions. Accession no. 2007.72. Kamm Teapot Foundation, Statesville, NC. Offline; viewed 14 June 2016. [A00807-03]

international silver company

Jean G. Theobald for Wilcox Silver Plate Company / International Silver Company. (1928). Diament dinette set (teapot, creamer, sugar bowl, tray). Silver-plated nickel silver, plastic. Variable dimensions. Accession no. 2008.100.12. Kamm Teapot Foundation, Statesville, NC. Offline; viewed 14 June 2016. [A00807-04]

international silver company

Jean G. Theobald for Wilcox Silver Plate Company / International Silver Company. (c. 1928). Dinette set (teapot, creamer, sugar bowl, tray). Variable dimensions. Accession no. 2014.47. Kamm Teapot Foundation, Statesville, NC. Offline; viewed 14 June 2016. [A00807-08]

international silver company

Virginia Hamill & Gene Theobald for Wilcox Silver Plate Company / International Silver Company. (designed 1928). Teapot, creamer, sugar bowl with lid, tray. Silverplate and wood. 4 x 7 x 4 1/4 in. Accession no. 2002.29.43.1-4. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 1 April 2016. [A00249-52]

international silver company

Charter Company / International Silver Company. (1928). Cocktail shaker. Enameled silver. (H) 14 1/32 x (D) 5 in. Accession no. 2002.29.2.A-C. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 31 March 2016. [A00208]

international silver company

Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts / International Silver Company. (1928). Compote number 331. Silver. (H) 6 1/4 x (D) 6 in. Accession no. 2009.11.2. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 31 March 2016. [A00202]

international silver company

Meriden Silver Plate Co., a division of the International Silver Company. (1928). Water pitcher. Silverplate. 7 3/4 X 7 X 6 1/2 in. Accession no. 2006.15.1. Wolfsonian FIU, Miami Beach. Viewed 24 April 2016. [D00056]

international silver company

Wilcox Silver Plate Co., a division of the International Silver Company. (1928). Dinette set. Silverplate, lacquer, wood. 1 1/4 x 7 3/4 x 5 3/8 in. Accession no. 83.9.7.1-4. Wolfsonian FIU, Miami Beach. Viewed 24 April 2016. [D00058]

international silver company

International Silver Company / Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts. (designed 1928). Creamer. Silver. 3 x 4 1/4 x 2 3/4 in. Accession no. 2002.29.110.2. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 31 March 2016. [A00203]

international silver company

International Silver Company / Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts. (designed 1928). Coffeepot. Silver and ebony. Overall: 7 1/4 x 6 1/4 x 3 1/2 in. Accession no. 2002.29.110.1.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 31 March 2016. [A00204]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (1928). "Evening Sea" centerpiece with mesh. Silver. (H) 5 in. x (D) 9 3/4 in. Accession no. 2007.42.2.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 1 April 2016. [B00080]

international silver company

International Silver Company / Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts. (designed 1928). "Evening Sea" candelabrum. Silver. (H) 14 1/32 x (D) 5 in. Accession no. 2002.29.3.1.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 30 March 2016. [A00201]

international silver company

International Silver Company / Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts. (designed 1928). "Evening Sea" candelabrum. Silver. (H) 14 1/32 x (D) 5 in. Accession no. 2002.29.3.2.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 30 March 2016. [A00200]

international silver company

Alfred G. Kintz for International Silver Company / Simpson, Hall, Miller & Company. (designed 1928). "Ebb Tide" candlesticks (1, 2). Silver. (L) 7 1/8 x (D) 3 1/4 in. Accession no. 2002.29.107.1-2. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 30 March 2016. [A00355; B00060]

international silver company

Alfred G. Kintz for International Silver Company / Simpson, Hall, Miller & Company. (1928). "Ebb Tide" compote. Silver. (H) 6 3/8 x (D) 7 3/8 in. Accession no. 2002.29.106. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 30 March 2016. [B00061]

international silver company

Simpson, Hall, Miller and Company / International Silver Company. (c. 1928). Bonbon dish. Silver and rose quartz. (H) 7 3/4 in. x (D) 5 in. Accession no. 2002.29.55.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 1 April 2016. [B00076]

international silver company

Jean G. Theobald for International Silver Company. (1928). Teapot. Pewter, wood. 3 5/16 x 6 3/4 x 4 3/8 in. Accession no. 2006-55-1. Philadelphia Museum of Art. Viewed 25 March 2016. [B00034]

international silver company

Jean G. Theobald for Wilcox Silver Plate Co. (a division of International Silver Company). (1928). Three-piece tea set with tray. Silver-plated nickel, silver, and Bakelite. 3 1/2 x 8 1/2 x 8 in. Accession no. 1999.680.1-4. Art Institute of Chicago. Viewed 16 March 2016. [A00107]

international silver company

Jean G. Theobald for International Silver Company. (1928). Creamer. Pewter, wood. 2 1/2 x 4 1/4 x 3 9/16 in. Accession no. 2006-55-2. Philadelphia Museum of Art. Viewed 25 March 2016. [B00035]

international silver company

Jean G. Theobald for International Silver Company. (1928). Sugar with lid. Pewter, wood. 2 3/8 x 4 1/4 x 3 1/8 in. Accession no. 2006-55-3a,b. Philadelphia Museum of Art. Viewed 25 March 2016. [B00036]

international silver company

Jean G. Theobald for International Silver Company. (1928). Tray. Pewter, wood. 1 x 13 3/8 x 5 5/16 in. Accession no. 2006-55-4. Philadelphia Museum of Art. Viewed 25 March 2016. [B00037]

international silver company

Virginia Hamill for Wilcox Silver Plate Co. / International Silver Company. (c. 1928). Tea service (teapot; creamer; sugar basin; tray). Silverplate and Bakelite. Variable dimension. Accession no. 98.276.120.1-4. Minneapolis Institute of Art. Viewed 15 July 2016. [F00049-52]

international silver company

Alfred G. Kintz for International Silver Company / Simpson, Hall, Miller and Company. (1928). "Tropical Sunrise" compote. Silver; 6 1/4 (H) x 7 in. (D). Accession no. 2002.29.103. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 27 March 2016. [A00176]

international silver company

Alfred G. Kintz for International Silver Company. (1928). Compote dish, "Tropical Sunrise" series (bowl). Silver. 6 1/2 X 6 3/4 X 5 1/2 in. Accession no. 2011.4.3. Wolfsonian FIU, Miami Beach. Viewed 24 April 2016. [D00057]

international silver company

Wilcox Silver Plate Co., a division of the International Silver Company. (1928). Dinette set. Silverplate, lacquer, wood. 1 1/4 x 7 3/4 x 5 3/8 in. Accession no. 83.9.7.1-4. Wolfsonian FIU, Miami Beach. Viewed 24 April 2016. [D00058]

international silver company

Gene Theobold for Wilcox Silver Plate Co. / International Silver Company. (c. 1928). Diament tea service (teapot, sugar bowl, creamer, tray). Silver-plate, bakelite. Variable dimensions. Accession no. 2004.81. Kamm Teapot Foundation, Statesville, NC. Viewed 11 June 2016. [F00009; A00807-02]

international silver company

Alfred Kintz for International Silver Company. (c. 1928). Northern Light bowl. Silver. (H) 1 5/8 x (D) 10 1/16 in. Accession no. 1993-134-15. Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, New York. Viewed 1 January 2017. [A01415]

international silver company

Jean G. Theobald at Wilcox Silver Plate Co. / International Silver Company. (c. 1928). Breakfast set. Silverplate, ebonized wood, pewter; 3 3/4 x 8 1/2 x 7 in. Accession no. 98.276.178a-e. Minneapolis Institute of Art. Viewed 4 September 2016. [A01181]

international silver company

Meriden Silver Plate Co. / International Silver Company. (c. 1928). Pitcher (modernist). Silver-plate. 7 1/4 x 7 x 5 1/4 in. Promised gift. Indianapolis Museum of Art - offline. Viewed 8 October 2016. [AAA00307]

international silver company

Meriden Silver Plate Co. / International Silver Company. (c. 1928). Pitcher. Silver-plate. 7 1/4 x 6 3/4 x 5 1/2 in. Accession no. 2015.103.1. Brooklyn Museum. Viewed 30 May 2016. [D00168]

international silver company

Jean G. Theobald for Wilcox Silver Plate Co. / International Silver Company. (c. 1928). "Diament" tea service. Silver-plated nickel and Bakelite; 1 1/2 x 4 1/2 x 13 1/2 inches. Accession no. 1999.91.1-4. High Museum of Art, Atlanta - offline. Viewed 23 September 2016. [AAA00200-06]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (c. 1928-29). Cigarette box. Silver, enamel, carnelian; (H) 4.125 x (D) 3.125 in. Accession no. 97.76A-C. Newark Museum, NJ. (Online but search collection.) Viewed 13 November 2016. [AAA00426-41]

international silver company

Barbour Silver Company / International Silver Company. (designed c. 1928-29). Coffee pot, creamer and sugar bowl. Silver and ebony, various dimensions. Accession no 2002.29.24.1-3. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 28 March 2016. [A00196-99]

international silver company

Barbour Silver Company / International Silver Company. (designed c. 1929-1930). Vase. Silverplate and plastic. (H) 10 x (D) 3 1/2 in. Accession no 2002.29.46. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 28 March 2016. [A00195]

international silver company

Jean Theobald for Wilcox Silver Plate Company / (ISC). (1929). Cream pitcher, sugar bowl, tray. Electroplated silver, bakelite. Accession no. 2000.15.2.1-3. Newark Museum, NJ. (Online but search collection.) Viewed 12 November 2016. [AAA00426-01]

international silver company

Eliel Saarinen for International Silver Company. (c. 1930). Set of brush and mirror. Silver, silvered glass. Variable dimensions. Accession no. 2013.92.4-5. Brooklyn Museum. Viewed 2 June 2016. [D00198-99]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (c. 1930). Four "tropical" dishes (1, 2, 3, 4). Silverplate. 1 1/8 x 3 1/8 x 3 1/2 in. each. Accession no. 2002.29.162.1-4. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 9 April 2016. [A00350-53]

international silver company

Simpson, Hall, Miller and Company / International Silver Company. (designed c. 1931). Box. Silver and mahogany. 3 5/8 x 7 1/16 x 5 1/8 in. Accession no. 1994.230.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 1 April 2016. [B00079]

international silver company

Peer Smed & Frederick W. Stark for International Silver Company. (introduced 1931; this example 1939). Waldorf-Astoria Hotel compote. Silverplate. (H) 3 1/2 x (D) 7 in. Accession no. 2002.29.173. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 1 April 2016. [A00253]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (1932). Western Long Island Sound trophy won by ACE. Accession no. 1961.806. Mystic Seaport, Mystic, CT. Viewed 30 April 2016. [A00498]

international silver company

Wilcox Silver Plate Company / (ISC). (c. 1932). Tray. Accession no. 1991.109.1. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 17 July 2016. [AAA00033-163]

international silver company

Wilcox Silver Plate Company / (ISC). (c. 1932). Lidded dish. Accession no. 1991.109.2a,b. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 17 July 2016. [AAA00033-164]

international silver company

Eliel Saarinen for Wilcox Silver Plate Company / International Silver Company. (designed c. 1932-33). Tea urn. Silverplate. 14 1/2 x 7 3/4 in. Accession no. 2012.54.A-C. Dallas Museum of Art. (See the press release announcement of the acquisition.) Viewed 4 April 2016. [B00100]

international silver company

Frederick W. Stark for International Silver Company. (designed c. 1933). Coffeepot. Silverplate. 8 1/2 x 9 x 7 in. Accession no. 1995.105. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 4 April 2016. [B00101]

international silver company

Meriden Britannia Company / (ISC). (c. 1930-40). Basket. Sterling silver. (H) 12 in. Accession no. 98.4.5. San Antonio Museum of Art, Texas - offline. Viewed 8 October 2016. [A01203-04]

international silver company

Eliel Saarinen for Wilcox Silver Plate Company / (ISC). (1934). Urn, burner. (H) 360 mm x (W) 274 mm. Accession no. 1999,0708.1. British Museum, London. Viewed 6 September 2016. [A01187]

international silver company

Eliel Saarinen for International Silver Company / Wilcox Silver Plate Company. (c. 1933-35). Prototype tea service [tea urn; sugar bowl; creamer; tray; 2nd tray (?)]. Electroplated nickel silver, brass, and Bakelite. Varaible dimensions. Accession no. 1999.27.1a-c-5. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Viewed 27 April 2016. [A00449-54]

international silver company

Eliel Saarinen for International Silver Company / Wilcox Silver Plate Company. (1934 or earlier). Tea urn and tray. Silverplate; urn: 14 5/8 x10 7/8 in., tray: 1/2 x 17 1/2 in. Accession no. CAM 1935.8.A-B. Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, MI. Viewed 20 August 2016. [A01145]

international silver company

Lurelle Guild for International Silver Company. (c. 1934). Tea and coffee set (coffee pot, teapot, sugar bowl, creamer). Silver-plated metal. Variable dimensions. Accession no. 2013.71. Kamm Teapot Foundation, Statesville, NC. Offline; viewed 14 June 2016. [A00807-05]

international silver company

Lurelle Guild for International Silver Company. (1934). His Royal Highness coffee service (coffee pot, sugar, creamer, tray). Triple electro-plated nickel silver. Accession no. 7065.92/95.2015. Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, New York. Viewed 1 January 2017. [A01413]

international silver company

Lurelle Guild for International Silver Company. (c. 1934). Cocktail shaker. Silver-plated metal. 15 1/2 x 3 1/2 in. Accession no. 98.276.110a,b. Minneapolis Institute of Art. Viewed 10 July 2016. [D00212]

international silver company

Lurelle Guild for International Silver Company. (designed 1934). "His Royal Highness" coffeepot. Silverplate and ebony. 12 x 9 1/4 x 6 1/2 in. Accession no. 2002.29.58. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 3 April 2016. [B00091]

international silver company

Lurelle Guild for International Silver Company. (designed 1934). "His Royal Highness" creamer. Silverplate and wood. 2 1/2 x 6 1/4 x 3 7/8 in. Accession no. 2007.42.8.1. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 3 April 2016. [B00092]

international silver company

Lurelle Guild for International Silver Company. (1934). "His Royal Highness" sugar bowl with lid. Silverplate and wood. 5 x 6 1/4 x 3 1/2 in. Accession no. 2007.42.8.2.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 3 April 2016. [B00093]

international silver company

Lurelle Guild for International Silver Company / Wilcox & Evertsen Fine Arts. (1934). Cocktail shaker. Silver. (H) 13 1/2 x (D) 4 3/4 in. Accession no. 2002.29.54.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 30 March 2016. [B00062]

international silver company

Paul Lobel for International Silver Company / Wilcox Silver Plate Company. (1934). Tea set (teapot; sugar bowl; creamer with lid; tray). Silverplate, wood. Variable dimensions. Accession nos. 1983.493.1-4. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Viewed 27 April 2016. [A00445-48]

international silver company

Paul A. Lobel for Wilcox Silver Plate Company (a division of International Silver Company). (1934). Tea or coffee service. Silver plate, alpaca, Britannia, pewter, and wood. (Manufactured in Meriden, CT; designed in New York.) Various dimensions. Accession no: 2012.124.3.1-.4. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT. Viewed 21 March 2016. [B00018]

international silver company

Lurelle Guild for International Silver Company. (c. 1934). Cocktail shaker. Metal, enamel, lacquered wood. 15 3/4 in. (height); 3 5/8 in. (dia.). Accession no. 1998.537.19a-c. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Viewed 22 March 2016. [A00144]

international silver company

Eliel Saarinen for Wilcox Silver Plate Co. / International Silver Company. (1934). Urn. Silver plate. 14 1/4 x 10 3/4 x 11 1/4 in. Accession no. 119:2003a–c. Saint Louis Art Museum. Viewed 19 July 2016. [A01060]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (c. 1935). Footed dish. Silver. 4 1/4 in. Accession No: 2009.150. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Viewed 22 March 2016. [B00033]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (c. 1936). Cocktail shaker. (H) 8 1/4 x (D) 2 5/8 in. Accession no. 2002.29.63.A-C. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 31 March 2016. [A00209]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (designed c. 1936). Cocktail shaker. Silverplate. (H) 9 1/2 x (D) 3 1/2 in. Accession no. 2002.29.167.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 30 March 2016. [B00070]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (1939). Sugar bowl for New York Central Railroad. Silverplate. 4 1/4 x 5 x 3 1/2 in. Accession no. 2008.20.9.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 8 April 2016. [B00115]

international silver company

Carl Conrad Braun for the International Silver Company. (1940). Tropical (mixer). Silverplate. 11 1/8 X 3 3/4 in. Accession no. 2010.4.1. Wolfsonian FIU, Miami Beach. Viewed 24 April 2016. [D00059]

international silver company

Carl Conrad Braun for International Silver Company. (designed c. 1940). "Tropical" mixer. Silverplate. 11 x 7 x 4 in. Accession no. 2002.29.172. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 1 April 2016. [B00074]

international silver company

Carl Conrad Braun for International Silver Company. (c. 1940). "Tropical" platter. Silverplate. 1 x 15 3/4 x 12 1/4 in. Accession no. 2002.29.7. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 1 April 2016. [B00075]
international silver company

Meriden Britannia Company / International Silver Company. (1942). “Mrs. Miniver Golf Tournament” trophy. Electroplated white metal and plastic. 14 9/16 in. (height). Accession no. 1996.56.1. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT. Viewed 20 March 2016. [A00132]

international silver company

Henry Dreyfuss for International Silver Company. (c. 1938). Coffee pot, cream pitcher, and sugar bowl (for the New York Central Railroad). Silverplate. Variable dimensions. Accession no. 1990.1.1-.3. Albany Institute of History & Art, New York. Viewed 15 July 2016. [F00046]

international silver company

1847 Rogers Brothers Division / (ISC). (after 1945). "Flair" bonbon dish. Silverplate. 1 1/4 x 7 1/8 x 5 1/2 in. Accession no. 2002.29.214. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 27 April 2016. [A00460]

international silver company

1847 Rogers Brothers Division / (ISC). (after 1945). "Flair" candelabrum (1; 2). Silverplate and bamboo. Each: 7 1/2 x 5 3/4 x 5 3/4 in. Accession no. 2002.29.216.1-2. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 27 April 2016. [A00461-62]

international silver company

Kurt Eric Christofferson for International Silver Company. (c. 1950). Earrings. Silver. 5/8 x 13/16 x 13/16 in. Accession no. 2002.29.207.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 4 April 2016. [B00104]

international silver company

Alphonse La Paglia for International Silver Company. (c. 1950). Bracelet. Sterling silver. Overall: 7 1/4 x 5/8 in. Accession no. 1990.41.1. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT. Viewed 22 March 2016. [B00024]

international silver company

Alphonse La Paglia for International Silver Company. (c. 1951). Pair of earrings. Silver. Overall (each earring): 1 3/4 x 1 1/8 in. Accession no. 1984.86Aa-b. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT. Viewed 22 March 2016. [B00025]

international silver company

Alphonse La Paglia for International Silver Company. (c. 1951). Bracelet. Silver. Overall: 3 in. Accession no. 1984.86B. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT. Viewed 22 March 2016. [B00026]

international silver company

Alphonse La Paglia for International Silver Company / International Sterling Craft Associates. (designed c. 1952). Compote. Silver. 5 3/4 x 10 x 10 in. Accession no. 2012.60. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 31 March 2016. [A00205]

international silver company

Alphonse La Paglia for International Silver Company. (c. 1952). Compote. Sterling silver. 152 mm (height). Accession no. 1974.120.8. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT. Viewed 20 March 2016. [A00137]

international silver company

Alphonse La Paglia for International Silver Company. (c. 1952). Coffee and tea service (coffee pot, teapot, sugar bowl, creamer, second bowl, tray). Sterling silver, ebonized wood. Variable dimensions. Accession no. 2014.123. Kamm Teapot Foundation, Statesville, NC. Offline; viewed 14 June 2016. [A00807-09]

international silver company

Alphonse La Paglia for International Silver Company. (c. 1952). Pitcher. Silver, wood. (H) 8 5/8 in. Accession no. 2010.222.0a,b. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 17 July 2016. [AAA00033-02]

international silver company

Alphonse La Paglia for International Silver Company. (1952-53). Coffee pot and creamer. Sterling silver, ebony wood. Variable dimensions. Accession no. 2013.148. Kamm Teapot Foundation, Statesville, NC. Offline; viewed 14 June 2016. [A00807-06]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (c. 1953). Teapot. Sterling silver; wood. (H) 8 x 11 x 4 7/8 in. Accession no. 1999.134.0a,b. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 17 July 2016. [AAA00033-31]

international silver company

1847 Rogers Brothers Division / International Silver Company. (designed 1954). "Flair" series designs (coffeepot; creamer; sugar bowl; roll tray; tray). Silverplate, plastic. Variable dimensions. Accession no. 2002.29.215.1-2; 2002.29.215.3.A-B; 2002.29.221; 2002.29.237. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 1 April 2016. [B00081-85]

international silver company

Alphonse La Paglia for International Silver Company. (c. 1955). Footed bowl. Silver. 5 7/8 x 10 x 10 in. Accession no. 2000.6.1. Brooklyn Museum. Viewed 2 June 2016. [D00200]

international silver company

Wilcox Silver Plate Co. / (ISC). (c. 1955). Lidded tray. Accession no. 1995.124.13a-d. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 17 July 2016. [AAA00033-169]

international silver company

Kurt Eric Christofferson for International Silver Company. (designed c. 1955). Goblet. Sterling silver, spun. (H) 5 1/16 in. x (D) 3 5/8 in. Accession no. 1994.238. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 4 April 2016. [B00103]

international silver company

Kurt Eric Christoffersen for International Sterling Craft Associates / (ISC). (c. 1955). Mayonnaise bowl ("Continental"). Silver. 2 1/2 x 5 1/4 x 5 1/4 in. Accession no. 2014.50.1. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 24 April 2016. [D00068]

international silver company

Kurt Eric Christoffersen for International Sterling Craft Associates / (ISC). (1955). Salts with spoons ("Continental"). Silver. Each salt cellar: 1/2 × 1 7/8 × 1 7/8 in.; each spoon: 1/4 × 1/2 × 1 3/4 in. Accession no. 2014.50.2.1.A-B-.4.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 24 April 2016. [D00069]

international silver company

Kurt Eric Christoffersen for International Sterling Craft Associates / (ISC). (1955). Sugar bowl ("Continental"). Silver. 5 x 3 x 3 1/4 in. Accession no. 2013.33.3.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 24 April 2016. [D00428]

international silver company

Kurt Eric Christofferson for International Silver Company. (designed 1955). Bud vase. Silver. 4 3/4 x 1 1/2 x 1 1/2 in. Accession no. 2002.29.81. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 4 April 2016. [B00105]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (1955). Beverly Hilton Hotel bud vase. Silverplate; 8 x 3 x 3 in. Accession no. 2008.20.12. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 27 March 2016. [A00174]

international silver company

Kurt Eric Christofferson for International Silver Company / International Sterling Craft Associates. (designed 1955). Two candlesticks (1, 2). Silver. (H) 5 in. x (D) 4 in. Accession no. 2002.29.72.1-2. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 4 April 2016. [B00106-07]

international silver company

International Silver Company / Simpson, Hall, Miller and Company. (1955). Pitcher. Silver; 10 1/4 x 7 x 5 1/4 in. Accession no. 2002.29.76. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 27 March 2016. [A00175]

international silver company

Edward S. Buchko for Simpson, Hall, Miller and Company / International Silver Company. (designed 1955). Carafe. Silver, plastic, and wood. (H) 10 in. x (D) 5 1/4 in. Accession no. 1992.16.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 4 April 2016. [B00099]

international silver company

Curtis Rittberg for Simpson, Hall, Miller and Company / International Silver Company. (designed c. 1955). Pitcher. Silver and plastic. 8 1/4 x 6 3/4 x 5 in. Accession no. 1994.224. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 1 April 2016. [B00078]

international silver company

Kurt Eric Christoffersen for International Sterling Craft Associates / (ISC). (1955). Creamer ("Continental"). Silver and plastic. 4 1/2 x 4 x 2 1/2 in. Accession no. 2013.33.2. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 24 April 2016. [D00429]

international silver company

Kurt Eric Christoffersen for International Sterling Craft Associates / (ISC). (1955). Coffee pot ("Continental"). Silver and plastic. 13 1/8 x 8 1/2 x 5 3/4 in. Accession no. 2013.33.1.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 24 April 2016. [D00430]

international silver company

Kurt Eric Christofferson for International Silver Company. (c. 1955-56). Vase, Model #CP300. (H) 5 1/16 in. x (D) 3 1/2 in. Accession no. 1994.205.5. Brooklyn Museum. Viewed 2 June 2016. [D00201]

international silver company

Edward S. Buchko for International Silver Company. (1955-57). Carafe and lid. Silver, plastic, wood. (H) 9.75 x (D) 5.5 in. Accession no. 2011.15,A,B. Newark Museum, NJ. (Online but search collection.) Viewed 12 November 2016. [AAA00426-06]

international silver company

Garth Huxtable for International Silver Company. (designed c. 1958, these examples executed 1959).Pair of peppers with lids. Silverplate. 1 1/8 x 2 3/8 x 2 3/8 in. Accession no. 2011.16.6. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 4 April 2016. [B00102]

international silver company

Garth Huxtable for International Silver Company. (designed c. 1958, these examples executed 1959). Sauce pan with integrated lid, fuel insert, and stand. Silverplate. 1 3/8 x 6 5/8 x 3 7/8 in. Accession no. 2011.16.3. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 4 April 2016. [B00104]

international silver company

Garth Huxtable for International Silver Company. (designed c. 1958, the examples executed 1959). Dessert dish holder with handle. Silverplate. 1 7/8 x 4 5/8 x 4 in. Accession no. 2011.16.4. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 3 April 2016. [B00089]

international silver company

Garth Huxtable for International Silver Company. (designed c. 1958, these examples executed 1959). Footed bread bowl. Silverplate. Variable dimensions. Accession no. 2011.16.1. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 3 April 2016. [B00090]

international silver company

Garth Huxtable for International Silver Company. (designed c. 1958, these examples executed 1959). Lidded footed soup tureen. Silverplate. Accession no. 2011.16.2. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 8 April 2016. [B00120]

international silver company

International Silver Company / Wilcox Silver Plate Company. (designed c. 1960). Bowl. Silverplate and wood. 4 x 11 x 6 3/4 in. Accession no. 2002.29.243. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 1 April 2016. [B00077]

international silver company

Webster Wilcox. / (ISC). (after c. 1960). Covered tankard (with eagle finial). Silver-plate; metal. (H) 12 1/2 in. [DM questions CHS dating as c. 1950 as Webster-Wilcox was formed in either 1960 or 1963]. Accession no. 1999.97.1. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 12 January 2017. [AAA00033-152]

international silver company

Stuart A. Young (designer) and Albert G. Roy (maker) for International Silver Company / Simpson, Hall, Miller and Company. (designed 1963). Lunar" series (coffeepot; creamer; sugar bowl). Silver and ebony. 11 3/8 x 8 3/8 x 4 in. Accession no. 2002.29.80.1.A-B; 2002.29.80.2; 2002.29.80.3.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 1 April 2016. [A00246-48]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (designed c. 1964). Ice bucket. Silverplate and teak. (H) 8 3/4 in. x (D) 8 in. Accession no. 2002.29.217.A-D. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 8 April 2016. [B00114]

international silver company

International Silver Company / Wilcox Silver Plate Company. (1964). Ice bucket. Silverplate, teak. 8 3/4 x 8 in. Accession no. 2011.112 a-b. High Museum of Art, Atlanta - offline. Viewed 23 September 2016. [AAA00200-20]

international silver company

Robert J. King (designer) and Albert G. Roy (maker) for the International Silver Company. (1964). Celestial centerpiece. Silver and spinel sapphires. Materials. Size. Accession no. 2005.24.1.A-B. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 1 April 2016. [A00254]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (1964). "Moon Room" cordial (4 examples). Silver. 3 x 1 1/2 x 1 1/2 in. Accession no. 2006.14.9.1-4. (Also, see 2, 3, and 4.) Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 1 April 2016. [B00085-87]

international silver company

Robert J. King (designer) for the International Silver Company. (1964). Prototype "starburst" for "Celestial centerpiece". Silver, nickel and enamel. 6 7/8 x 6 1/2 x 6 in. Accession no. 2005.24.2. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 1 April 2016. [A00255]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (designed 1965). Pitcher. Silverplate and teak. Overall: 8 1/2 x 7 1/4 x 4 in. Accession no. 2002.29.84. Dallas Museum of Art. Viewed 30 March 2016. [B00071]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (c. 1970). Fruit bowl. Accession no. 2000.125.0. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 17 July 2016. [AAA00033-32]

international silver company

International Silver Company. (c. 1970s). Candlesticks. Accession no. 1996.64.0.1-.2. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Offline; viewed 17 July 2016. [AAA00033-31]



B. International Silver Company designs (1898-1983 stopped producing silver) - designs in collections (undated)


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C. Selected International Silver Company designs at leading auction houses


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D. International Silver Company designs in exhibitions

international silver company

Chicago: Crossroads of America (permanent exhibition) at Chicago History Museum. Viewed 5 July 2016. [A01040-41]
international silver company

(18 November 2016 - 12 November 2017).
Shaken, stirred, styled: The art of the cocktail at Dallas Museum of Art (18 November 2016 - 12 November 2017). Updated 2 December 2016. [AAA000155-56; AAA00542-43]

international silver company

(8 November 2015 – 31 January 2016)
St. Louis Modern. St. Louis Art Museum. (catalogue.) Viewed 19 July 2016. [AAA00035; A01064-65]

international silver company

(21 June 2014 - 22 March 2015)
Cranbrook goes to the movies: Films and their objects, 1925–1975 at Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, MI. Viewed 26 August 2016. [A01152]

international silver company

(15 December 2011 - 15 April 2012)
Cocktail culture. Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, FL. Viewed 13 November 2016. [AAA00426-29]

international silver company

(30 May – 5 October 2008)
Masterpieces of Modern Design: Selections from the Collection. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (No catalogue.) Viewed 27 April 2016. [A00458-59]

"Design from the 1920s and 1930s includes French Art Deco by René Jules Lalique and Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann; works from the Bauhaus school by Josef Albers, Marianne Brandt, and Marcel Breuer; Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s International Style MR armchair; and iconic examples of American modern design by Paul T. Frankel and Eliel Saarinen."

international silver company

(5 venues: 2005 - 2007).
Modernism in American Silver: 20th-Century Design. Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC; Nevada Museum of Art, Reno; Dallas Museum of Art (see photos of the exhibition); The Wolfsonian, Miami Beach, FL; The Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Memphis, TN. Viewed 21 March 2016. [A00140]

international silver company

(7 FEB 2006 - 23 JUL 2006).
Baubles, bangles, and beads: American jewelry from Yale University, 1700-2005. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT. Viewed 22 March 2016. [A00142-43]

international silver company

(Spring - Summer 2005)
Classic Modern: Art Deco Silver from the Collection of John P. Axelrod at Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA. Curated by John Stuart Gordon. Viewed 9 July 2016. [A01044]

international silver company

(1 March - 6 November 2005)
A Curator’s Eye: J. Stewart Johnson, 1990–2004. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Viewed 27 April 2016. [A00456-57].

"From 1990 to 2004, J. Stewart Johnson served as the principal curator for the modern design and architecture collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. During these 14 years, he made a number of important acquisitions that augmented and reshaped an already significant collection. This exhibition presents a selection of these works, demonstrating his skill as both a connoisseur and a scholar."

international silver company

(14 May 2004 - 20 June 2005)
American & French decorative arts 1930s. Saint Louis Art Museum. Viewed 19 July 2016. [A01060; A01087].

international silver company

(6 venues: 2001-02).
American Modern, 1925–1940: Design for a new age. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA; Flint Institute of Arts, MI; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia; Mint Museum of Craft and Design, Charlotte, NC; Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK. Viewed 22 March 2016. [A00145]

international silver company

29 JUN - 14 NOV 1999
Recent Acquisitions of Twentieth-Century Design and Architecture. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (No catalogue). Viewed 27 April 2016. [A00455]

international silver company

(6 NOV 1994 - 29 JAN 1995).
Silver in America, 1840-1940: A century of splendor. Curated by Charles L. Venable. (With book / exhibition catalogue.) Viewed 21 August 2016. [AAA00075]

international silver company

(1983-85, 5 venues: USA, London, Paris, Helsinki)
Design in America: The Cranbrook vision, 1925-50 at Detroit Institute of Arts (14 December 1983 - 19 February 1984); Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (18 April - 17 June 1984); Suomen Rakennustaiteen Museo / Suomen Taideteollisuusyhdistys, Helsinki (1 August - 19 September 1984); Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris (24 October 1984 - 21 January 1985); Victoria and Albert Museum, London (1 April - 30 June 1985). Viewed 25 August 2016). [AAA00099-101]

international silver company

(13 venues: 1979-83).
Silver in American Life: Selections from the Mabel Brady Garvan and other collections at Yale University. Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh; High Museum of Art, Atlanta; Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, TX; Milwaukee Art Center; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond; St. Louis Art Museum; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Cleveland Museum of Art; Denver Art Museum; Tampa Museum of Art; The Detroit Institute of Arts; Winnipeg Art Gallery; and Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT. Viewed 21 March 2016. [A00137-38]

international silver company

(17 January - 2 March 1975; 16 March - 20 April 1975)
Forms in metal: 275 years of metalsmithing in America 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, Michigan. Exhibition catalogue courtesy American Craft Council, Minneapolis, MN. Viewed 17 October 2016. [AAA00361]

international silver company

(c. September 1973).
Eastern States Exposition, West Springfield, MA. Viewed 23 October 2016. [AAA00375-77]

international silver company

(1965)
The New England silversmith: An exhibition of New England silver from the mid-seventeenth century to the present at the Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI (specific dates of exhibition unknown). Companies: International Silver Company. Viewed 27 August 2016. [A01155]

international silver company

(1964-65
"Moon Room" installation, Pavilion of American Interiors, New York World’s Fair (22 April - 18 October 1964; 21 April - 17 October 1965). Companies: International Silver Company. See: International Silver Company. (1964). International Silver Company Exhibit at the New York World’s Fair 1964-1965. 12 pp. Meriden Historical Society - offline. Updated 20 February 2017. [A01149-50; AAA00570 - 068.]

international silver company

(23 November 1964 - 3 January 1965).
Good design for Christmas at the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. Companies: International Silver Company. Viewed 26 August 2016. [A01152]

international silver company

(c. 1960)
Designed for silver: An exhibition of twenty-two award-winning designs from the International Design Competition for Sterling Silver Flatware at the Museum of Contemporary Crafts, New York (1960, specific dates unknown). Companies: International Silver Company, main sponsor. Viewed 27 August 2016. [A01157]

international silver company

(7-8 venues: 1959-1960)
20th Century Design: U.S.A. at Cleveland Museum of Art, Dallas Museum of Art, Dayton Art Institute, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Portland Art Museum, St. Louis Art Museum, and the San Francisco Museum of Art (1959-60, exhibition dates unknown). Organized by the Albright Art Gallery of the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy. Viewed 27 August 2016. [A01156]

international silver company

(19 April - 22 June 1958).
Living today: An exhibition of contemporary architecture, furniture, interior decoration at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. Companies: International Silver Company. Viewed 27 August 2016. [A01153-54]

international silver company

(Venues: 1951-52).
Eliel Saarinen Memorial Exhibition at Museum of Cranbrook, Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan (15 April - 6 May 1951); Smith College, Museum of Art, Northampton, MA (2-21 November 1951); J. B. Speed Art Museum, Louisville, KY (9 December 1951- 9 January 1952); University of Kansas, School of Architecture (22 January - 15 February 1952); Des Moines Art Center (1 August - 15 September 1952); Toledo Museum of Art (2-30 November 1952). [Exhibition catalogue: University of Kansas, Art & Architecture Library, call no. N7255.F53 S22 1951. See worldcat.org for other locations.] Companies: Eliel Saarinen for Wilcox Silver Plate Co. / International Silver Company. Viewed 26 October 2016. [AAA00102-03; AAA00106-07; AAA00113; A01151; A01191-93; AAA00204-06; AAA00235-36]

international silver company

(19 November - 30 December 1940).

An Exhibition of Silver: French, British, American, Modern at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA. Viewed 24 September 2016. [A01198-99]

international silver company

(18 February - 29 October 1939; 25 May - 29 September 1940).
Golden Gate International Exposition, San Francisco, CA. [See Jewel Stern’s Modernism in American Silver (2005), pp. 171-74.] Viewed 24 September 2016. [A01199]

international silver company

(1937).
Contemporary industrial and handwrought silver. Brooklyn Museum, New York. (Exhibition catalogue link above, courtesy University of Wisconsin. Viewed 25 August 2016. [AAA00094]

international silver company

(25 May - 25 November 1937).
Exposition Internationale des Arts et des Techniques dans la Vie Moderne, Paris. Companies: International Silver Company. Viewed 24 September 2016. (See Jewel Stern’s Modernism in American Silver (2005), pp. 170-71 and 356, Stark entry.) [AA01199]

international silver company

(11 April - 23 May 1937).
Silver: An exhibition of contemporary American design by manufacturers, designers and craftsmen at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (11 April - 23 May 1937). (exhibition catalogue link above, courtesy Metropolitan Museum of Art. Viewed 25 August 2016. [AAA00096]

international silver company

(1935).
Exhibition of home furnishings. Cranbrook Pavilion, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI. Viewed 20 August 2016. [A01145]

international silver company

(5 November 1934 - 6 January 1935)
Contemporary American industrial art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (Link to catalogue above.) Viewed 24 August 2016. [A00346]

international silver company

(12 October - 22 November 1931)
Twelfth exhibition of contemporary American industrial art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Companies: International Silver Co.. (Link to catalogue above courtesy Metropolitan Museum of Art.) Viewed 25 August 2016. [AAA00097]

international silver company

(12 February - 2 September 1929)
The architect and the industrial arts: An exhibition of contemporary American design at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Companies: Eliel Saarinen for International Silver Company. (Link to catalogue above.) Viewed 24 August 2016. [AAA00093]

international silver company

(14-26 May 1928)
An international exposition of art in industry at Macy’s, New York. Companies: International Silver Company. (With exhibition catalogue, see worldcat.org for library locations.) Viewed 27 August 2016. [A01158]

international silver company

(2-27 May 1927)
The exposition of art in trade at Macy’s at Macy’s, New York. Companies: International Silver Company. (With exhibition catalogue, see worldcat.org for many library locations.) Viewed 27 August 2016. [A01158]

international silver company

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

international silver company

(29 March - 3 May 1925)
American industrial art: Ninth annual exhibition of current manufacturers designed and made in the United States at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. (Link to catalogue above, courtesy Metropolitan Museum of Art.) Viewed 25 August 2016. [AAA00098]

international silver company

(20 February - 4 December 1915)
Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco (including Louis Gudebrod’s The Spirit of the West 5-foot-high sculpture. See: Meriden Britannia / International Silver Company. (1915). [Panama-Pacific Exposition I.S.Co. Pavilion brochure]. 4 pp. Meriden Historical Society - offline. Updated 19 February 2017. [AAA00570 - 0049; AAA00359-60; AAA00546-7]



Footnote:
[1] For dates, see (a) "A Guide to the International Silver Company Records, 1853-1921". University of Connecticut university libraries website; and (b) Hayes, Thomas C. "Insilco declares bankruptcy", New York Times, 14 January 1991. Viewed 15 May 2016 [A00660-61]



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