Myer Myers was a silversmith who lived and worked in New York City. He was a Jewish-American of Sephardic origin and a member of Congregation Shearith Israel, for whom be produced many works. Historians believe he was an apprentice of the Huguenot silversmith Charles le Roux. He registered as a Freeman in 1746, and partnered with Benjamin Halsted from 1756-1766 as Halsted & Myers. 380 of his works survive in museums and private collections.