Bailey & Co.
Philadelphia, PA 1847-1878
Successor to Bailey & Kitchen. When Eli W. Bailey, the
brother of Bailey & Kitchen founder Joseph T. Bailey,
along with James Gallagher and Jeremiah Robbins joined
Bailey & Kitchen, they formed a new partnership and
named it Bailey & Co. Joseph T. Bailey II was added as
a partner in 1856. Founder Joseph T. Bailey died in 1854.
Forerunner to Bailey, Banks and Biddle. The eage/U/shield mark was used beginning c. 1852 to denote coin
silver quality and the lion/S/shield mark was used beginning in 1855 to denote sterling silver.
Bailey, Banks & Biddle
Philadelphia, PA 1878-Present
Successor to Bailey & Co. George W. Banks and
Samuel Biddle joined forces with Joseph T. Bailey II in 1878 and formed
Bailey, Banks & Biddle. The name was changed to Bailey, Banks &
Biddle Co. when the company incorporated in 1894. Makers and retailers
of quality sterling flatware, holloware, jewelry and novelty items.
E.E. & S.C. Bailey
Claremont, NH and Portland, ME 1836-1862
Partnership of Ebenezer Eaton Bailey and Samuel Chase Bailey.
Bradbury Melon Bailey
Ludlow, VT 1848-1853 and Rutland, VT 1853-1885
Stopped silversmithing in 1875. In the partnership of Bailey & Parker with
Wilbur F. Parker 1868-1871 and also the partnership of Bailey & Parmenter
with Chester Parmenter 1872-1874. Bailey sold his business to Marshall
Bros. in 1885. Silversmith, jeweler and watchmaker.
Bailey & Parker
Rutland, VT 1868-1871
Bradbury M. Bailey and Wilbur F. Parker.
Otto R. Bade
New Hope, PA c. 1960-1981
Modernist studio jeweler. A former foreman for Frank Rebajes.
H.B. & H.M. Bacon
Lowell, MA 1875-1880
Horace Baldwin Bacon and Henry McCobb Bacon.
Bachrach & Freedman
New York, NY and Chicago, IL 1892-1900
Acquired by E. & J. Bass in 1900.
Bacon & Smith
Boston, MA 1845-1857 D. Bacon and Edwin Smith
Silas Dexter Bacon
Boston, MA 1837-1880
In the partnership of Bacon & Smith with Edwin Smith 1845-1857 and
then S.D. Bacon & Co. as a jeweler 1857-1880.
James Monroe Badger
Brooklyn, NY c. 1840-1874
Bailey & Bros.
Utica, NY 1846-1852
Hugh Bailey, James Bailey, Thomas Bailey, William Bailey, John J. Brown, and
Thomas C. Stephens. Primarily retailers.
Bailey, Kettell & Chapman
Boston, MA c. 1854-1858
Simon W. Bailey, Joshua V. Kettell, and John N. Chapman. Succeeded
by Bailey, Chapman & Co.
Bailey, Chapman & Co.
Boston, MA 1858-1859
Simon W. Bailey and John N. Chapman.
Bailey & Kitchen
Philadelphia, PA 1832-1847
Partners Joseph Trowbridge Bailey and Andrew B.
Kitchen. Kitchen died in 1840 and the name remained the
same until 1846. Forerunner to Bailey, Banks and Biddle. Jewelers and silversmiths.
E.E. Bailey & Co.
Claremont, NH 1837-1839
A partnership between Ebenezer Eaton Bailey, Charles Bailey,
Roswell H. Bailey, and Samuel Chase Bailey.
Babbit to Baily
Tucson and Scottsdale, AZ c. 1948-2009
Babbit to Baily
Roswell Hopkins Bailey
Claremont, NH 1837-1839 and Woodstock, VT 1839-1880
Was in partnership with Samuel C. Bailey, Charles Chase Bailey and
Ebenezer Eaton Bailey in Claremont, NH as E.E. Bailey & Co. 1837-1839.
William Baily, Jr.
Philadelphia, PA 1816-1857
Samuel Philbrick Bailey
Woodstock, VT 1842-1845 and Indianapolis, IN 1851-1860
Hingham, MA c. 1780-1814
Ebenezer Eaton Bailey
Claremont, NH 1836-1862
Was in the firms of E.E. & S.C. Bailey 1836-1862 and E.E. Bailey & Co.
Boston, MA c. 1803
Lebbeus Bailey (b. 1763 d. 1827)
Portland and North Yarmouth, ME c. 1780-1827
Partnered with his son Lebbeus (Jr.) in the firm of Lebbeus Bailey & Son
in 1816. Silversmith and clockmaker.
Uniontown, PA 1836-1865
Silversmith, watchmaker, and jeweler.
Charles Babbit (Babbitt)
Partnered with Sturgis Davis in Providence in the firm of Davis & Babbitt
c. 1824-1828 then Davis, Babbitt & Co. 1828-1830.