Budde & Westermann
104 Worth Street, 50 & 52 Vesey Street, 7th Avenue at 29th Street, Manhattan, New York, New York State, United States.
Importers and Manufacturers of Glass Ware, Hotel China, Bar & Restaurant Supplies
50 Vesey Street was the site of the ill fated events on 9/11 involving the Twin Towers in Manhattan .
Budde & Westermann were at this address between 1890 and 1915, after which they moved to 7th Avenue at 29th Street.
Known dates: 1886 - 1915+
1/2 litre Stein with no maker's mark, attributed to Whites of Utica or possibly a subsidiary company.
Vendor's impressed mark on the above stein.
Goblet by Villeroy & Boch - Mettlach #2368Dated 1907. Dedicated to "The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks"
Letterhead dated 1st March 1890.
Quotation, dated 26th October 1908
Basemarks on Villeroy & Boch - Mettlach 2368 on goblet on left. Impressed date stamp of 1907.
Villeroy & Boch - Mettlach #1526 1/2 litre stein, decorated for the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. Marked B.P.O.E. Portland, Sept. 6th 1900. No.142. The clock is set to denote the 11.00pm toast.
Budde & Westermann inkstamp, together with, Villeroy & Boch - Mettlach mercury mark for 1895, with impressed mark showing 1895 or 96, all on the above stein This was probably imported as a blank and decorated in the U.S. in 1900, to customer order.