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N inside a chalice shape — See NEW ENGLAND GLASS WORKS
NANCY LEE – 1934 – See PROVIDENCE STOCK COMPANY
NAPIER –The Napier-Bliss Co., Meriden, CT — 1878 (Bliss) — Oct. 15,1999 –
Company Origins — Old School of Thought
New Historical Documentation
Note: The legal name of the company was “The Napier Co.” not “The Napier Company.”
Photo courtesy Erik Yang.
NEMO — See BRIER MFG. CO.
NEMO — Milton A. Fischer, NY, NY
Nemo — block print with closed “O” –April 1920 — appears on scarf pin findings
NEPTUNA — See ROYAL CRAFTSMEN
NEPTUNE — See MARVELLA
NETTIE ROSENSTEIN — See ROSENSTEIN, NETTIE
NEW ENGLAND GLASS WORKS – 1911 – 1957/1958; Providence, RI
NORDIC SILVER CO., New York–c.1945
NORMA — Mark of Joseph H. Meyer Bros., Brooklyn, NY
NORMA — Norma Jewelry Corp., NY, NY — c. 1944 – 1950’s
NORMA JEAN DESIGNS, Providence, RI — 1984 – still in business as of June 2003
NORSELAND — See CORO
NOV-E-LINE MFG. CO., 1650 Broadway, NYC, NY — c. 1934
N. S. MEYER, New York — 1868-2000
PAT SEAL: research files
DOTTY STRINGFIELD: research files
BOBYE SYVERSON: research files.
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