Joseph Bouju
New Orleans, LA 1807-1809 and St. Louis, MO 1812-1849
Heloise Boudo
Charleston, SC  1827-1837  
Woman silversmith.  Carried on the business of her husband, Louis Boudo, upon
his death in 1827.
Louis Boudo
Charleston, SC  1809-1827
Was a partner in the firm of Maurel & Boudo c. 1810.
J.C. Boardman Co. / Boardman Silversmiths, Inc.
Wallingford, CT and Meriden, CT  1950-Present  
Founded by Joseph C. Boardman.  Acquired F.B. Rogers Co. and the Manchester
Silver Co. in 1985.  The company was sold to the founder's son, Burton Boardman,
in 1985.  The company moved to Meriden, CT, in 1992 and was renamed Boardman
Silversmiths.  Makers of sterling holloware, trophies, and jewelry.  
Nicholas James Bogert
New York, NY 1801-1803 and St. Andrew's (now
Montgomery), NY 1803-1843
Henricus Boelen II  (b. 1697  d. 1755)
New York, NY  1718-1755
Charles Louis Boehme
Baltimore, MD  1799-1813  
Would occasionally work in higher
grade English sterling when the use of
coin silver was commonplace.
E.B. Booth & Son
Rochester, NY  1861-1888  
Partnership of Ezra B. Booth and his son Henry G. Booth.
Sanford Boon
Hamilton, NY 1822-1844; Cortland, NY 1832-1834;
and Galesburg, IL c. 1850
Silversmith and jeweler.  Was in the partnership of Boon & Ormsby in Cortland 1832-1834.
Zalmon Stone Bostwick
New York, NY  1844-1852
Successor to William Thomson.
Eivind Borsum
Chicago, IL  c. 1915-1920's  
Maker of handwrought Arts & Crafts flatware and holloware.
Bolles & Childs
Hartford, CT  c. 1840  
Edward Bolles and Lucius B. Childs.
Ezra B. Booth
Middlebury, VT 1828-1837 and Rochester, NY 1838-1888  
Partnered with his son in the firm of E.B. Booth & Son 1861-1888.  
Silversmith and jeweler.
Bolles & Day
Hartford, CT  c. 1825
Samuel Bosworth
Buffalo, NY  1816-1837
Howard Bosworth
Buffalo and Fredonia, NY  c. 1824-1854
Gideon Bennett Botsford
Woodbury, CT  1797-c. 1825
Edward Borhek
Philadelphia, PA  c. 1835-1850
Bolles & Hastings
Hartford, CT  1843-1848  
Edward W. Bolles and Gerry Hastings.
Frances Holmes Boothby
Weston, VT  1950s-1960s  
Modernist studio jeweler.
Timothy Bonticou, Jr.  (b. c. 1723  d. 1789)
New Haven, CT  1749-1789
Bliss Bros. Co.
Attleboro, MA  1908-1950s  
Primarily known as a jeweler; also made small sterling items such as compacts and pill boxes.
Henry Bliss
Cincinnati, OH  1851-1862
The E.A. Bliss Co.
Meriden, CT  1878-1920  
Founded as Carpenter & Bliss in North Attleboro, MA, in 1875.
Became The E.A. Bliss Co. in 1878 and moved to Meriden, CT, in 1890.  They began making sterling silver
dresserware, smoking accessories, and novelties in 1893.  Succeeded by Napier-Bliss in 1920, the name
changed to the Napier Co. in 1922, which is still in business today.
James A. Bloodgood
Utica, NY  1800-1810  
Was in the partnership of J. & L. Bloodgood with his brother
Lynott Bloodgood 1804-1810.
Bliss to Bouju
Bliss & Creighton
New York, NY  1835-1853
John Bliss and Frederick Creighton.  Started out as as silversmiths and
jewelers and evolved into chronometer and nautical instrument makers.
James Bogert
Newburgh, NY  1843-1856
Produced silver mainly for Ball, Thompkins &
William Bogert / William Bogert & Co.
Albany, NY c. 1839-1845 and New York, NY 1849-1880
Was a partner in the firm of Eaton, Gordon & Bogert with William R.
Eaton and John Gordon 1856-1860 then Gordon & Bogert 1860-1864.  
Went on to form the business of William Bogert & Co. 1866-1880 and
was a major supplier of holloware to Tiffany & Co. 1866-1868.
Volney Boardman
Greensboro, AL  1832-1833 and 1835-1860 and Tuscaloosa, AL 1833-1835
David G. Bogert
Montgomery, NY  c. 1825-1855
Jeremiah Boone
Philadelphia, PA  c. 1791-1820
Fridl M. Blumenthal
Chicago, IL  c. 1945-1985  
Modernist studio jeweler.
Bliss to Bouju
William Cranch Bond
Boston, MA  1813-1859
Was in the partnerships of William Bond & Son 1813-1848 and William Bond & Sons
1848-1859.  Bond was also well known as an astronomer and is credited with a number
of astronomical discoveries.  He served as the first director of the Astronomical
Observatory of Harvard in Cambridge, MA.
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New York, NY  1812-1832
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Jacob Boelen II  (b.c. 1733  d. 1786)
New York, NY  c. 1755-1780