Wm. Owen & Co.
Cincinnati, OH 1866-1886
Founded by brothers William and Charles Owen. William Owen, Jr.
joined the firm c. 1867.
Baltimore, MD 1809-1814 and Pittsburgh, PA 1814-1818
Augustus F. Otto
Chicago, IL 1844-1878
Philadelphia, PA 1800-1839
Accomac County, VA 1803-1816 and Maysville, KY 1816-1825
Pawtucket, RI 1825-1827 and Providence, RI 1829-1865
Dekalb, IL 1910s
Founded by H.R. Sorensen, a former Kalo smith. Maker of sterling flatware
Cincinnati, OH 1853-1887
Upon Oskamp's death in 1887, his widow, son Alfred, and John C.
Daller took over the handling of the business, continuing it under
Clemens Oskamp's name. In 1902 it was incorporated as the
Clemens Oskamp Co., remaining in business until 1923.
Newport, RI c. 1747-1775 and Middletown, CT c. 1776-1791
Cincinnati, OH 1844-1854
Theodore's brother, Clemens Oskamp, went to work for him in 1852.
Upon Theodore's death in 1854, and the business went to Clemens.
Pasadena, CA c. 1947-1985
Daniel D.R. Ormsby
Cortland, NY c. 1832-1840 and Homer, NY c. 1845-1860
Was in the partnership of Boon & Ormsby c. 1832-1834.
Philadelphia, PA 1839-1864
Orb to Owen
John Owen, Jr.
Philadelphia, PA c. 1822-1828
Owen & Carley
Cincinnati, OH 1846-1848
William Owen and Samuel T. Carley.
Clint Orms Silversmith & Engraving
Ingram, TX 1983-Present
Founded by Clint Orms. Makers of quality sterling belt buckles and jewelry.
Orb See Otto R. Bade
John Osgood, Sr. (b. 1770 d. 1840)
Andover, MA c. 1792 and Haverhill, NH 1793-1840
Silversmith and clockmaker. Mark also used by John Osgood, Jr.
John Osgood, Jr. (b. 1798 d. 1861)
Haverhill, MA c. 1820-1823 and Boston, MA 1823-1859
Silversmith and clockmaker. Mark also used by John Osgood, Sr.
Lewis Owen / L. Owen & Co.
Montgomery, AL 1831-1856
Was in the partnerships of Owen & Wright c. 1845
and L. Owen & Co. c. 1850-1856. Silversmith and jeweler.
Utica, NY c. 1804-1807 and Homer, NY c. 1816-1853
In the partnerships of Rugg & Osborn in 1804;
Osborn & Hammond c. 1804; and Butler &
Orb to Owen