Retailer, Wholesaler, and Other Marks

Fairchild to Furtwangler

G.W. Fairchild & Sons

Bridgeport, CT c. 1890-1960s

Isaac Maltby Fairchild

Waterloo, NY c. 1850-1895

Farr & Bro.

Philadelphia, PA 1861-1877
William M. Farr and George W. Farr, Jr., jewelers.

Farr & Thompson

Philadelphia, PA 1853-1858
Watch importers and gold pen manufacturers.

John S. Farr

Norwich, NY; Elmira, NY; Bath, NY; and Addison, NY c. 1835-c. 1885
Watchmaker and jeweler.

Billings Stowell Farrington

Woonsocket, RI c. 1840-1885
Jeweler.

Feagans & Co.

Los Angeles, CA 1911-1927
Jewelry business founded by George E. Feagans.

Albert Feldenheimer

Portland, OR 1885-1936
Patented several souvenir spoon designs in 1891 and 1892 which were made by Gorham and Durgin. Went under the name of A. & C. Feldenheimer c. 1899-1936 when his brother Charles joined the business. Jeweler.

Fellows & Younge

New York, NY c. 1816-1819
Imported silver from Bradbury & Sons, Sheffield, England.

Fenno & Fairbanks

Boston, MA c. 1852 Jewelers.
James E. Fenno and James H. Fairbanks.

Ferguson & Craig

Champaign, IL c. 1895-1910
W.I. Ferguson and T.H. Craig; jewelers and opticians.

Ferguson & Page

St. John, New Brunswick, Canada 1888-1932
Founded by James Ferguson and Henry C. Page.

James B. Fidler

Philadelphia, PA 1847-1861
Jeweler.

George Finck

San Francisco, CA 1871-1883; Burlington, IA 1885;
Chicago, IL c. 1890-1896

Fiske & Goddard

Worcester, MA c. 1858-1861

Flagg & Chapin

Springfield, MA c. 1828-1835

Charles W. Flagg

Woonsocket, RI c. 1875-1905

Charles W. Fogg

Waltham, MA 1842-1859
Watchmaker and jeweler.  Worked as superintendent of the American Watch Co. factory 1861-1876.

Julian Augustus Fogg / Julian A. Fogg & Co.

Salem, MA c. 1860-1910
Worked as Julian A. Fogg & Co. 1868-1877 with a branch
in Boston.  Manufacturing jeweler.

Andrew Foley

Wellsboro, PA c. 1855-1875

A. & L. Forbes

St. Louis, MO c. 1840-1848
Fancy goods merchants.

Foster & Blanchard

Gloucester, MA c. 1911-1913
Jeremiah Foster and William E. Blanchard, jewelers.

Fox & Fulmer

Easton, PA  1880-c. 1927
Founded by Eli M. Fox and his nephew Eli Fulmer; jewelers and opticians.

Foye & Gleason

Boston, MA 1864-1866 and c. 1868-1870

G.O. Foye & Son

Athol, MA c. 1885-1929
Jewelers.

A. Frankfield & Co.

New York, NY c. 1857-1920
Jewelers and importers.

Franklin & Frank

Cincinnati, OH c. 1853-1861
Manufacturing and wholesale jewelers.

Frantz Bros. & Co.

New Orleans, LA 1898-1902
Jewelers.

Robert L. Frazer

Lawrence, KS c. 1856-1869 and 1870-1877
Watchmaker and jeweler.

Frederick & Nelson

Seattle, WA 1890-1992
Department store acquired by Marshall Field in 1929. Sterling items were made for them by other companies and bear the Frederick & Nelson name.

Morris M. Fredrick

San Francisco, CA 1859-1860; Virginia City, NV c. 1865 and
1871-1889; and Seattle, WA c. 1905-1906
Had a branch stores in Reno, NV, and Bodie, CA.

Victor Freisinger

Atlantic City, NJ 1895-1913
Fancy and art goods merchant with branches in Baltimore, MD, Philadelphia, PA, Newport, RI, and Boston, MA

Abram French & Co.

Boston, MA 1869-c. 1902 and Chicago, IL 1874-c. 1902
Successor to Bassett, French & Co.  Importers and fancy goods merchants.

Freeman & Taylor

Boston, MA 1878-1908

J.J. Freeman & Co.

Toldeo, OH 1895-1914 Jewelers.
Succeeded by Broer Freeman Jewelers, which is still in business today.

Wiliam H.M. Freeman

Downington, PA c. 1875-1881 and West Chester, PA 1881-1898

J.M. Freeman & Son

Norfolk, VA 1854-1857 and 1870-1871
Watchmakers and jewelers.

Charles Christian Fried

Springfield, OH 1872-1907
Continued as C.C. Fried & Sons Co. until 1940.

P. Fries & Son

Philadelphia, PA 1866-1894
Phineas and Edgar Fries, watchmakers and jewelers.

A.F. Froeb & Co.

Terre Haute, IN 1891-1957

Newton Alvin Frost

Hanover, NH 1875-c. 1906

Leopold Furtwangler

Greensburg, PA  1850-1900
Jeweler.