Rogers & Hamilton (Waterbury, CT) designs in collections (2016)

An artdesigncafe / Design Meriden resource.

"[Rogers & Hamilton] was organized in 1886 for the production of knives and spoons... When it became part of the International Silver Co. in 1898, its production was consolidated with that of Rogers & Bro. in Waterbury. The lines were shortly discontinued."

— Edmund P. Hogan in An American heritage: A book on the International Silver Company (1977), p. 168-69.


This compilation focuses on selected designs by Meriden-related Rogers brothers companies and exhibitions including their work. For design catalogues and other historical information concerning these companies, click the link above. For comparable material about other Meriden-related Rogers silver and cutlery companies, see the Rogers section (under "B. ISC, predecessors and divisions") on the Design Meriden overview page.


A. Rogers & Hamilton designs in collections

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Rogers & Hamilton. (after 1886). Sugar shaker spoon. Silver. 1.125 x 5.75 x 1.5 in. Accession no. D1981.28.440. Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC - offline. Viewed 7 April 2017. [AAA0053-161]

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Rogers & Hamilton. (c. 1887). Sugar tongs. Silver plate. 5 1/4 x 1 5/8 in. Accession no. 87.223.7. Brooklyn Museum, New York. Viewed 5 March 2017. [A01625]

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Rogers & Hamilton. (patented 1887). Berry spoon, Cardinal Pattern. Silver plate. 8 1/4 x 2 3/32 x 1 3/16 in. Accession no. 1990.90.8. Brooklyn Museum, New York. Viewed 6 March 2017. [A01663]

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Rogers & Hamilton. (1887). Sugar spoon. (Search the collection). Silver plate. Accession no. N-170. Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, OH. Viewed 10 April 2017. [A02138]

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Rogers & Hamilton. (patented 1888). Oyster fork, "Lenox Pattern". Silver plate. Accession no. 1991.144.6. Brooklyn Museum, New York. Viewed 8 March 2017. [A01750]

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Rogers and Hamilton. (1889). Tablespoon (“Monarch” pattern). Silver plate. (L) 207 mm. Accession no. 1989.30.3. Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT. Viewed 27 March 2017. [A01799]

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Rogers & Hamilton. (1889). Sugar spoon. (Search the collection). Silver plate. Accession no. N-178. Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, OH. Viewed 10 April 2017. [A02139]

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Rogers & Hamilton. (c. 1893). Butter knife. Silver plate. 7 1/2 x 3/4 x 7/8 in. Object no. 1942.67. New York Historical Society, New York. Viewed 9 April 2017. [A02047]

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Rogers & Hamilton. (patented 1895). Fork, Aldine Pattern. Silver plate. 7 1/2 x 1 in. x 7/8 in. Accession no. 1995.21.4. Brooklyn Museum, New York. Viewed 6 March 2017. [A01672]

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Rogers & Hamilton. (patented 1896). Teaspoon. Silver plate. 5 7/8 x 1 1/4 x 7/8 in. Accession no. 1989.71.5. Brooklyn Museum, New York. Viewed 5 March 2017. [A01646]

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Rogers & Hamilton / (possibly ISC). (c. 1900). Spoons. (Search the collection). Accession no. N-158-A, B, C, D. Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, OH. Viewed 10 April 2017. [A02137]

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Rogers & Hamilton. (undated). Pair of serving spoons. (Search the collection). Silver plate. Accession no. N-188-A, B. Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, OH. Viewed 10 April 2017. [A02140]

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Rogers & Hamilton. (undated). Set of dessert spoons. (Search the collection). Accession no. I-19. Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, OH. Viewed 10 April 2017. [A02121]



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