New York, NY 1769-1783
Philadelphia, PA 1830-1874
Pasadena, CA 1912-1920 and 1928-1963
Important maker of quality handwrought sterling holloware and jewelry.
G.H. French & Co.
North Attleboro, MA 1920-1939
Makers of sterling flatware and holloware and novelties. Acquired by
the Ellmore Silver Co.
French & Franklin Mfg. Co.
North Attleboro, MA 1889-c. 1898
Makers of sterling flatware, holloware, and novelties.
Norman A. Freeman
New York, NY 1842-1862
In the partnership of Freeman & Wallin with James and Samuel Wallin 1842-1845. In the partnership of
Freeman & Bennett with Edwin Bennett 1853-1862.
Frost Arts & Crafts Workshops
Dayton, OH 1906-c.1920
Founded by George W. Frost. Produced handwrought wares in the Arts & Craft style
in a variety of metals, including sterling.
Benjamin C. Frobisher
Boston, MA 1816-1842
In the partnership of Stodder & Frobisher with Jonathan Stodder 1816-1825.
Ferdinand Fuchs & Bros.
New York, NY 1884-1922
Founded by Ferdinand and Rudolph Fuchs, with Richard Fuchs heading up sales.
Fuchs & Beiderhase
New York, NY 1891-1896
Founded by Rudolph Fuchs and George Beiderhase. Acquired by the Alvin Corp.
Makers of sterling holloware, novelties and vanity items.
Newport and North Kingstown, RI 1810-1865
Joseph M. Freeman
Norfolk, VA 1828-1871
Silversmith and jeweler. Was involved in a number of businesses:
Freeman & Pollard with Lewis Ross Pollard 1831-1835.
J.M. Freeman & Co. with Fitch W. Burwell 1843-1844.
J.M. Freeman & Sons with sons Joseph M. Jr. and William 1850-1854.
J.M. Freeman & Son with son Joseph M. Jr. 1854-1857.
J.M. Freeman & Son with son Arthur 1870-1871. Freeman retired in 1871 and Arthur continued in
business until his death in 1908.
Freeman & Wallin
New York, NY 1842-1845
Norman A. Freeman and Samuel Wallin.
Freeman & Bennett
New York, NY 1853-1862
Norman A. Freeman and Edwin Bennett.
John W. Fryer
Albany, NY c. 1784-1819
In the partnership of Balch & Fryer with Joseph Balch c. 1784.
Philip Heartt Furman
Schenectady, NY 1821-1845
Silversmith, jeweler, and watchmaker.
Eureka Springs, AR 1940s-1995
Modernist studio jeweler. Her "Elsa" mark is a shortening of her business
J. & P. Fries
Philadelphia, PA 1837
John and Phineas Fries.
Isadore V. Friedman
Chicago, IL 1920s
Made handwrought sterling items in the Arts & Crafts style. Many of Friedman's
pieces also bear the mark of the Hull House Shops, which was an industrial museum
where various crafts were carried on as demonstrations.
Freeborn to Fuselli
Freeborn to Fuselli
Daniel Christian Fuerter
New York, NY 1754-1765; Southbury, CT 1765-1768; and New York, NY 1769
John Frick Jewelry Co.
New York, NY c. 1910-Present
Makers of sterling medals, trophies, and miscellaneous small items.
Fuselli & McGoodwin
Bowling Green, KY c. 1873-1875
Peter Fuselli and Isaac D. McGoodwin.
Samuel H. Freeman
Trenton, TN 1858-1861; Iola, KS 1869-1873; and Chanute, KS 1873-1881
In the partnership of Freeman & Spencer with T.W. Spencer in 1861.
August H. Fuchsel
Alexandria, VA 1850-1861
Ebenezer Frothingham (Frotheringham)
Boston, MA c. 1779
Philadelphia, PA 1837-1861
In the partnership of J. & P. Fries in 1837 and
P. Fries & Son with Edgar Fries 1866-1894.
David C. Fulton
Louisville, KY 1838-1841 and Little Rock, AR 1842-1862
Silversmith and jeweler.
David H. Friend
Athens, AL 1818-1877
Freeman & Pollard
Norfolk, VA 1831-1835
Joseph M. Freeman and Lewis R. Pollard.