These is a selection of 2 vintage pair of Pliers that are marked UTICA. The Duck Bill one is marked 23 UTICA in 3 Diamonds . It has a Duckbill front that is approx. 7/16 of a inch wide. It measures approx. 5 ½ inches long. It was made for Crafts or Jeweler I found. The next Needle Nose Pliers are marked UTICA Drop Forge & Tool Corp. 655-6 Utica N.Y. U.S.A. On one side and Alloy Steel along with a prior owner initials on the other side. They are 6 `1/4 inches long. The handles are diamond indented for a better grip. They are used with wear, tarnish, rust pitting and rust in good usable condition. I found “ The Utica Drop Forge & Tool Company was founded in 1895 by W. Pierrepont White and Hubert L. White in Utica, New York. "Utica Tools" In 1911 Utica filed a trademark application for a logo with UTICA inside three linked diamonds. The trademark was registered with the first use listed as December 1, 1910. Utica added an "Alloy Steel" marking to its pliers for a period of time, probably from early the 1930s to early 1940s.