George Christopher Dowig
Philadelphia, PA 1745-1774 and Baltimore, MD 1774-1793
Buffalo, NY c. 1835 and Detroit, MI
Leonore Doskow, Inc.
Montrose, NY 1934-2008
Founded by Leonore and David Doskow.
Handmade gold and sterling jewelry and novelties.
Dominick & Haff
New York, NY 1872-1928
The origins of Dominick & Haff can be traced back to
Gale & Sticker in 1821. Important makers of a full line
of sterling flatware and holloware. Acquired by
Reed & Barton in 1928. See flatware patterns.
Philadelphia, PA 1796-1804
New Haven, CT 1775-c. 1800
Well known as an engraver. Served under Benedict Arnold in the Revolutionary War.
Providence, RI 1795-1815
George Washington Donigan
Nashville, TN 1845-1864
In the partnership of Campbell & Donigan with John Campbell
Dominion Jewelry Manufacturing Co.
Toronto, ON, Canada 1904-1910
Makers of souvenir spoons. Acquired by Breadner Mfg. Co.
The Dowd-Rodgers Co., Inc.
Wallingford, CT 1915-1937
Successor to the Biggins-Rodgers Co.
George G. Dowell
Philadelphia, PA c. 1843-1853
Was in the partnership of Dunlevy & Dowell
with Robert Dunlevy, Jr. c. 1843-1846.
William Henry Dorrance
Albion, NY c. 1841-1883
Abraham Dodge, Jr.
Ithaca, NY 1820-1825
Was in the partnership of Munger & Dodge with Sylvester Munger 1824-1825.
Henry Lyman Dole / H. L. Dole & Co.
Hollowell and Cumberland, ME c.1855-1865 and Haverhill, MA 1865-c. 1903
Operated as H.L. Dole & Co. 1865-1877. Silversmith and jeweler.
Ebenezer Gove Dole
Hallowell, ME 1825-1885
Providence, RI 1794-1820
Master to Jabez Gorham in 1806.
Was in a number of partnerships:
Pitman & Dodge with Saunders Pitman c. 1790
With William Stanton 1796-1798
Dodge & Williams with Stephen Williams 1799-1805
With William Greene 1805-1806.
New York, NY 1800-1818 and 1820-1826 and Catskill, NY 1818-1819
Silversmith and watchmaker.
William Waldo Dodge, Jr.
Asheville, NC 1924-1943
Trained as an architect at MIT, Dodge learned the
silversmithing trade after he was wounded during WWI.
He continued to design homes and businesses, eventually
working full time as an architect. Dodge produced handwrought
Arts & Crafts sterling flatware and holloware which is much sought
after today. The Asheville Silvercraft mark was used prior to 1929.
Daniel Noyes Dole
Newburyport, NH c. 1800-1811; Hallowell, ME c. 1812; and
Wiscasset, ME c. 1813-1814
York, PA c. 1792-1795 and Harrisurg, PA 1797-1818
Providence, RI 1784-c. 1796 and Pomfret, CT c. 1796
Dodge & King
Boston, MA 1851-1852
Dodge to Dowig
Dodge to Dowig