Chaudron's & Rasch
Philadelphia, PA 1809-1812
J. Simon Chaudron and Anthony Rasch.
Jean Simon Chaudron / S. Chaudron & Co.
Philadelphia, PA 1793-1820 and Mobile, AL c. 1827-1846
Was in the partnerships of Chaudron & Bilon with
Charles Billon 1795-1797 and Chaudron's & Rasch with Anthony Rasch
1809-1812. Worked under the business name of S. Chaudron & Co. 1805-1813.
An early user of higher grade sterling silver when coin silver was in common usage.
NJ 1950s to 1970s
Sculptor, modernist jeweler, and silversmith, well known for his Judaic work.
Stephen Castan & Co.
Philadelphia, PA 1819-1820
A line of sterling flatware made by the International Silver Co. which
was distributed by Sears, Roebuck & Co. See flatware patterns.
The Cellini Shops / Cellini Craft, Ltd.
Evanston, IL 1914-1978 and Skokie, IL 1957-1965
Founded by Ernest Gerlach as The Cellini Shops. As a
result of the need to add a less expensive material during
the depression, a line of aluminum goods was added called
Argental, and a second business, Cellini Craft, was established in 1934.
Cellini Craft was sold to the Randahl Co. in 1957 who moved the shop to Skokie, IL. Their patterns were
sold to Reed & Barton in 1965. The Cellini Shops were sold to Randahl in 1969 and the workshop was
closed. The store remained open as a retail shop until 1978.
Charters, Cann & Dunn
New York, NY 1848-1854
James Charters, John Cann and David Dunn.
New York, NY 1853-1863
Timothy J. Chandler
Concord, NH 1820-1829
Was a partner with his father Timothy Chandler in the firm of
Timothy Chandler & Son 1820-1824 then Timothy Chandler & Co. 1824-1829.
Concord, NH 1791-1848
A partner with his son Timothy Jay Chandler in the firm of Timothy Chandler & Son
1820-1824 changing the name to Tomothy Chandler & Co. 1824-1830. Was also in
the partnership of A. Chandler & Co. with son Abiel Chandler 1829-1830.
Silversmith and clockmaker.
Frederick A. Chaffee
Pittsfield, MA 1849-1860 with a branch store in Rutland, VT
Was a partner in the business of Root & Chaffee 1840-1849 and then
Root, Chaffee & Baird with Washington McDonough Root and
Prentice Baird 1849-1850.
New London, CT 1768-1785
A trademark of the International Silver Co. for reproductions of early Colonial silver.
This line was produced c. 1930-1942.
Eldred Beverly Cayce
Franklin, TN c. 1865-1898
Silversmith, jeweler, and watchmaker.
Springfield, MA c. 1821-1840
Newark, NY 1899-c. 1935
Makers of sterling and silverplate smoking accessories, boxes,
clock and watch cases, and novelties. John Chatellier died in 1922,
and the business continued under his name until c. 1935.
New York, NY 1820-1838 and Longmeadow, MA 1838-1847
Chandler began manufacturing thimbles and spectacles when he moved to
Longmeadow in 1838. He sold the business in 1847 and went on to become
a major button manufacturer.
Boston, MA c. 1900-c. 1940
Named a Master Craftsman of the Boston Society of Arts & Crafts in 1924. Cauman
specialized in making boxes and bowls, producing them in sterling, copper, and pewter.
John M. Cayce
Franklin, TN 1850-1870
Silversmith and watchmaker.
Castan to Cheadell
J. & W. Catlin
Augusta, GA 1823-1832
Brothers Joel and Willis Catlin.
Chadwick & Harford
Philadelphia, PA Before 1825
Thomas Chadwick and George Harford.
Castan to Cheadell
John Hatch Cheadell / Cheadell & Co.
Auburn, NY 1827-1850
Operated under the name Chedell & Co. in 1850.
San Francisco, CA Late 1940s-1970s
Silversmith and modernist jeweler.
George Washington Chatterton
Springfield, IL 1838-1873 and New York, NY 1873-1880
Was a partner in the firm of Chatterton & Dodd with David C. Dodd