Examples of Schofield products


Below are some other pieces from Schofield.

This spoon was made for the Boumi Masonic Temple in Baltimore

This is a Hammered Copper Desk Set made by Heer-Schofield


A 1915 Trophy for Baltimore Mayor

James Preston

Mayor Preston was the “singing mayor”

Sterling weighted trophy engraved "HBL James H. Preston Mayor of Baltimore Souvenir of Municipal Prize Song Contest 1915". Measures 

6 3/8" tall.  Old solder repair to stem, some dents.

An undated Schofield Swimming Trophy


Another example of a 1915

Heer-Schofield Trophy

Appears to be silver plate


This pie server is not marked, but is Schofield. The handle is marked Sterling

Sometimes the name of the maker can be buffed off later by inexperienced workers in jewelry stores, or while making repairs to a loose fitting handle.

C.W.F. (unknown blade maker)   S (silver)  EP (Electro Plate)


A Lovely Schofield Pitcher

Below, a 7” tall pitcher

Marked with the early 1903-1905 mark


Post 1930 Tea Set

The tray is by Gorham

The Schofield first used the mark SCHOFIELD CO. in 1930, so this set is either 1930 or later.


1903-1905 Schofield Syrup Pitcher

The Pitcher is marked 1522, The Tray 1523B

Pitcher height is 6 inches and the total weight of the pair is 10.6 Troy Oz.

This Gravy Boat is in Silver Plate

It is not marked Sterling


Sterling Silver Sugar Basket  Circa 1903-1905

6.5 inches long by 5.5  inches tall. Weight is 6 US ounces.

Hallmarks are from 1903-1905 period


Each side is hand chased in a similar but different pattern

As Schofield expanded over the years, other silversmiths were added to the team.

This piece from the very beginning could only be the work of Frank Schofield himself.

Prior to starting his own company, Frank Schofield had apprenticed at Gorham Silver and when he moved to Baltimore... he worked for the company that would become The Stieff Company.