Jacob Jennings (b. 1739 d. 1817)
Norwalk, CT 1763-1810
Master to Isaac Marquand.
Jennings Silver Co.
Newark, NJ 1906-1907 and Irvington, NJ 1908-1943
Makers of silverplated wares and a small amount of sterling flatware.
Johnson & Ball
Baltimore, MD 1785-1790
A partnership between Israel Johnson and William Ball.
Johnson & Reat
Richmond, VA 1804-1815
A partnership between Reuben Johnson and James Reat, ending upon
the death of Reat in 1815.
Johnson & Godley
Albany, NY 1842-1849
A partnership between Samuel Johnson and Richard Godley.
Georg Jensen, Inc. USA
New York, NY 1941-1950
The famous Danish company, which began in 1904 in Copenhagen,
opened a branch in the U.S. as a result of silver being unavailable in
Europe during WWII. Website.
Jennings & Lander
New York, NY 1846-1853
Oscar Jennings and Tobias D. Lander.
Lewis E. Jenks
Boston, MA 1874-1885
Succeeded by Kennard & Jenks.
Jenkins & Jenkins
Baltimore, MD 1907-1919/1924
Successors to Jacobi & Jenkins and continued to use their tower mark.
Acquired by Schofield in 1915. Makers of sterling flatware and holloware.
Production ceased in 1919 and all machinery and equipment was sold off.
Talbot W. Jenkins continued to use the Jenkins & Jenkins name for a
retail jewelry store; the store closed in 1924.
John Charles Jenckes
Providence, RI 1798-1852
A partner in the business of Jenckes & Co. with
Elizabeth Gibbs, widow of silversmith John Gibbs,
which ended in 1800. Jenckes continued as John
Jenckes & Co. c. 1815-1852. Silversmith and jeweler.
Albany, NY 1815-1823
Was in the partnership of I. & H. Jenkins 1815-1816.
Albany, NY 1813-1816
Was a partner in the firm of I. & H. Jenkins with Herman Jenkins 1815-1816.
Jenckes to Johnson
Jenckes to Johnson
S.C. & J.S. Jett
St. Louis, MO c. 1848-1860
Cousins Stephen C. and John S. Jett.
Steven C. Jett
Alton, IL 1846-1847 and St. Louis, MO 1848-1860
Was in the partnership of S.C. & J.S. Jett with
his cousin John S. Jett.