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ALVIN MFG. CO.

The firm was organised as Alvin Mfg Co in Irvington, New Jersey, in 1886.
In 1895 the factory was moved to Sag Harbor, Long Island operating as a branch Joseph Fahys & Co (c.1898-1910).
In 1919 the company changed its name to Alvin Silver Co operating as maker of sterling silver and silver plated flatware, holloware and dresserware.
In 1928 Gorham Company purchased assets, dies and patterns changing the name to Alvin Corporation

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