Robert Riddle Jarvie
Chicago, IL c. 1895-c. 1920
Jarvie began work in a variety of metals out of his home workshop c. 1895. He
opened The Jarvie Shop in 1904 and began working in sterling at that time.
Important maker of handwrought Arts & Crafts holloware - especially candlesticks -
trophies, and a small amount of jewelry. The Jarvie Shop closed around 1920. The
mark at right was found on a brass candlestick.
Jacobi & Jenkins
Baltimore, MD 1895-1907
Founded by August Jacobi and successors to A. Jacobi & Co.
Makers of repoussé sterling flatware and holloware. Succeeded
by Jenkins & Jenkins.
Baltimore, MD 1802-1846
Baltimore, MD 1802-1810 and 1817-1831; Richmond, VA 1815-1817
D.C. Jaccard & Co. / Jaccard & Co.
St. Louis, MO 1864-1873
Founded by D. Constant Jaccard. Became
Mermod, Jaccard & Co. in 1873.
Emmor Jefferis III
Wilmington, DE 1827-1842
Was a partner in the firm of Guthre & Jefferis with James Guthre c. 1840.
E. Jaccard & Co.
St. Louis, MO 1852-1901
Founded by Eugene Jaccard and A.S. Mermod. D.C. Jaccard
joined the firm in 1855. The firm had a branch location in
Kansas City, MO, c. 1868-1876. Became the largest jewelry
house in St. Louis which continues today as Jaccards Jewelers.
Louis Jaccard / L. Jaccard & Co.
St. Louis, MO 1829-1848
In the partnership of Jaccard & Recordon 1830-1837. Partnered with nephew
Eugene Jaccard under the name of Louis Jaccard & Co. 1837-1848.
Norwalk, CT c. 1840
Stamford, CT 1765-1776 and New York, NY 1780-1783
Moved to St. John, NB, in 1783; he did not continue silversmithing
Palo Alto, CA 1950s-1960s
Modernist studio jeweler.
Baltimore, MD c. 1816 and Philadelphia, PA c. 1820
New York, NY 1963-Present
New York, NY c. 1782-1790
Jaccard to Jefferis
Jaccard to Jefferis
Thomas Jackson (b. 1729-d. 1806)
Preston, CT c. 1750-1806
Silversmith and clockmaker. This person has often been confused with the
clockmaker Thomas Jackson of Portsmouth, NH, and Kittery, ME, who died in 1783.
Jacoby Bros. Ltd.
Vancouver, BC, Canada 1909-1985
Founded by Alfred James Jacoby. Manufacturing
jewelers; made souvenir spoons and novelties. The
firm dissolved in 1985 and reorganized as Jacoby Jewellers Ltd. which
continues today, although all manufacturing ceased in 1994.