New Orleans, LA 1842-1900
Saks Fifth Avenue
Department store headquartered in New York, NY 1867-Present
James F. Safford
Farmington, NH c. 1865-c. 1900
William Montgomery Savage
Columbus, OH 1843-1892 Jeweler and watchmaker.
Schenectady, NY c. 1833-1845 Jeweler.
Ypsilanti, MI c. 1850-1880
Schenectady, NY 1849-1886 Jeweler.
Sands & Reineman
Pittsburgh, PA c. 1848-1853 David Sands and
Adam Reineman, jewelers and watchmakers.
Scribner & Loehr Co.
Cleveland, OH 1898-c. 1930
Founded by George W. Scribner and Otto T. Lohr. Manufacturing
jewelers and opticians; made badges and emblems.
Savage & Lyman
Montreal, QU, Canada 1818-1885 Jewelers.
Gustav A. Schultz
Louisville, KY 1866-1893 Watchmaker.
Isador S. Sagorsky & Son
Philadelphia, PA 1915-c. 1990 Wholesalers.
William P. Sedgwick
Bath, NY 1864-1914 Jeweler.
Russell L. Samson
Le Roy, NY c. 1835-1876 Jeweler.
William H. Saxton, Jr.
New London, CT 1891-1896 and Middletown, NY 1897-1906
Jeweler and optician.
Johnstown, NY c. 1830-1855 Watchmaker and jeweler.
Business founded in 1872 by Philip Selbert. Upon his death in 1889, his
widow, Mary A. Selbert, continued the business as M.A. Selbert. It has
been continued by successive family members under the M.A. Selbert
name and remains in business today.
George S. Sanford
Bridgeport, CT c. 1850 Watchmaker and jeweler.
Sexton & Whitaker
Brandon, VT 1870-1872
David F. Sexton and C.M. Whitaker, merchants.
Safford to Sexton
Safford to Sexton
John F. Seely
Ogdensburg, NY 1848-1897
Seely was in the partnership of Seely & Freeman 1848- c. 1860 and Seely & Son
c. 1874-1897 (this business continued until 1909 when it was succeeded by Hulett &
Seely & Freeman
Ogdensburg, NY 1848-c. 1860
W.F. Sellers & Co.
Altoona, PA 1895-c. 1965
Edmond P. Sangston
Danville, VA 1893-1918. Watchmaker, jeweler, and optician.
A. Schmidt & Son
Washington, DC 1884-1888 and New York, NY 1888-1941
Silver and porcelain importers and antiques dealers. Branches were
operated in San Francisco and Pasadena, CA, Boston, MA, and