Syracuse, NY 1824-1854
New York, NY c. 1825-1829
In the firm of Boyce & Jones with Gerardus Boyce 1825-1829.
Springfield, MA 1817-1821 and
Greenfield, MA c. 1825-1838
In partnership with Elisha Munn, Jr. in the business
of Munn & Jones 1827-1828.
Joseph G. Joseph
Cincinnati, OH 1834-1844
John Belknap Jones / J.B. Jones & Co.
Boston, MA 1813-1834
A partner in the firms of:
Baldwin & Jones with Jabez Baldwin 1813-1819.
John B. Jones & Co. with Samuel S. Ball 1833-1834.
William P. Jones (b. 1827)
Newburyport, MA 1847-1903
Partnered with Anthony Towle (who would go on to form A.F. Towle &
Son) in the firm of Towle & Jones 1857-1870. Edward Towle joined
and the name was changed to Towle Jones & Co. 1870-1873. The lower
mark is from a spoon made by Towle Silversmiths and designed by Jones.
William Jones (b. 1694 d. 1730)
Boston, MA 1715-c. 1720 and Marblehead, MA c. 1720-1730
Philadelphia, PA 1806-1830
Richmond, VA 1812-1840; Essex County, VA
1840-1841; and Hampton, VA 1850-1857
Silversmith and watchmaker.
Prince H. Jones
St. Louis, MO 1842-c. 1864
Was in the partnerships of Jones & Wilson
with Alfred Wilson c. 1842 and later
Benjamin F. Crane & Co. 1859-1861.
Jones to Justis
Jones to Justis
Juergens & Andersen
Chicago, IL 1857-Present
Successor to Juergens & Son. Founded by silversmith Frederick Juergens, his
son Paul Jurgens, and jeweler Sebastian Andersen. Produced quality silver
goods until 1871 when they became manufacturing jewelers.
Minneapolis, MN 1897-Present also in Owatonna, MN 1943-1977
Manufacturing jeweler; makers of military insignia.
Swen (Swan) Justis (Justice)
Richmond, VA 1810-1830
A.R. Justice Co.
Philadelphia, PA 1881-1936
Justis & Armiger
Baltimore, MD 1878-1892
John C. C. Justis and James R. Armiger. Successor to Justis & Co.