Sacramento, CA 1850-1883 Jelly died in 1883, and his business was
continued by his heirs under his name until 1891.
George A. Jones
Zanesville, OH 1845-1870 Jeweler.
Erie, PA c. 1860-1865 Gustav, August, and Charles Jarecki.
William B. Johnston
Macon, GA 1832-c. 1850 Worked as W.B. Johnston & Co. 1839-1842
then J.B. Johnston & Bro. 1845-1849.
Herman T. Jarecki
Erie, PA 1862-1909 The business was continued by Jarecki's
descendants as Jarecki Jewelers until in closed in 2007.
Jacks & Woodruff
San Francisco, CA 1850-1854 Succeeded by
Jacks & Bros.
Jones & Baker
Milwaukee, WI 1855-1858
Baltimore, MD 1856-1884 Watchmaker and jeweler. Took on
his son as partner to become Janowitz & Son (1885-1899).
Syracuse, NY c. 1850
Henry B. James
Trenton, NJ c. 1857-1871
Watchmaker and jeweler.
Jennings & Vaughan
Buffalo, NY c. 1845 Jewelers.
Jewell & Beddo
Louisville, KY 1875-1880 Edward Jewell and Horace Beddo,
Saxonville, MA c. 1849 and Worcester, MA 1850-1899 Jeweler.
Was in the partnership of L. Johnson & Son 1877-1899.
Jackson & Many
New York, NY 1849-1856 Succeeded by Many & Lewis.
Joslin & Park
Denver, CO 1866-1897 Jervis Joslin and Boyd Park,
manufacturing jewelers. Park moved to Salt Lake City, UT, in
1871 and opened a branch store there. Other branches operated
in Leadville, CO, and Cheyenne, WY, in the 1870s and 1880s. The Salt Lake City store was succeeded by
Boyd Park Jewelers 1897-1952; Bennion's Boyd Park Jewelery 1952-1974; and Dick Bennion Jewelry
New York, NY 1821-1850 Watchmaker and jeweler.
The Jewelers' Crown Guild
Rockford, IL 1892-1904 Third party distributor of jewelry and silver goods.
A. Jacobs & Sons
New York, NY 1846-1847
Angel Jacobs with his sons Jacob and Alfred Jacobs.
Jones & Wood
Syracuse, NY 1846-1847 Watchmakers.
Jandorf & Mayer
Cincinnati, OH 1870-1873 Wholesale jewelers.
Justis & Co.
Baltimore, MD 1874-1877 William S. Justis.