Retailer, Wholesaler, and Other Marks

Safford to Smyth

James F. Safford

Farmington, NH c. 1865-c. 1900

Isador S. Sagorsky & Son

Philadelphia, PA 1915-c. 1990

Saks Fifth Avenue

New York, NY  1867-Present
Department store.

Erastus Samson

Ypsilanti, MI c. 1850-1880

Russell L. Samson

Le Roy, NY c. 1835-1876

Charles Sanders

Schenectady, NY c. 1833-1845

James Sanders

Schenectady, NY 1849-1886

George S. Sanford

Bridgeport, CT c. 1850
Watchmaker and jeweler.

Sands & Reineman

Pittsburgh, PA c. 1848-1853
David Sands and Adam Reineman, jewelers and watchmakers.

Edmond P. Sangston

Greensboro, MD 1877-c. 1880; Easton, MD 1882-1893; and
Danville, VA 1893-1918.
Watchmaker, jeweler, and optician.

Savage & Lyman

Montreal, QU, Canada 1818-1885
Brothers-in-law Joseph Savage and Theodore Lyman.  A branch operated on Toronto, ON.  Jewelers.

William Montgomery Savage

Columbus, OH  1843-1892
Jeweler and watchmaker.

William H. Saxton, Jr.

New London, CT 1891-1895, Middletown, NY 1903-1906 and
Portland, OR 1916-c. 1934
Jeweler and optician.

A. Schmidt & Son

Washington, DC 1884-1888 and New York, NY 1888-1941
Silver and porcelain importers and antiques dealers.  Branches were operated in San Francisco and Pasadena, CA, Boston, MA, and Washington, DC.

Gustav A. Schultz

Louisville, KY 1866-1893

Schumann’s Sons

New York, NY  1892-c. 1932
Charles W. Schumann, Jr. and George H. Schumann.

Wm. Schweigert & Co.

Augusta, GA  c. 1894-1952
Founded by William Schweigert and William E. Parker.  Organized c. 1939 as the Wm. Schweigert Co.

Maurice Scooler

New Orleans, LA 1842-1900

Scribner & Loehr Co.

Cleveland, OH 1898-c. 1930
Founded by George W. Scribner and Otto T. Lohr.  Manufacturing jewelers and opticians; made badges and emblems.

William P. Sedgwick

Bath, NY 1864-1914

Seely & Freeman

Ogdensburg, NY 1848-c. 1860

John F. Seely

Ogdensburg, NY 1848-1897
Seely was in the partnership of Seely & Freeman 1848- c. 1860 and Seely & Son c. 1874-1897 (this business continued until 1909 when it was succeeded by Hulett & Church).

M.A. Selbert

Frankfort, KY  1889-c. 2020
Business founded in 1872 by Philip Selbert.  Upon his death in 1889, his widow, Mary A. Selbert, continued the business as M.A. Selbert.  It has been continued by successive family members under the M.A. Selbert name until it closed c. 2020.

W.F. Sellers & Co.

Altoona, PA 1895-c. 1965

William Settle

Johnstown, NY c. 1830-1855
Watchmaker and jeweler.

Sexton & Whitaker

Brandon, VT 1870-1872
David F. Sexton and C.M. Whitaker, merchants.

John Shaffner

Lancaster, PA c. 1843
Fancy goods merchant.

John S. Shannon (d.c. 1849)

New York, NY 1841-c. 1849
Watchmaker and jeweler.

James M. Shaw & Co.

New York, NY c. 1870-1936
Wholesale distributors.

Seth W. Shaw

Providence, RI  c. 1836-1865
Jeweler and clock and fancy goods merchant

Sherman & McCanon

Medina, NY c. 1863

Henry N. Sherman

Beloit, WI 1856-1876

Max Shirpser Jewelry Co.

San Francisco, CA 1889-1902

Shourds & Storey

Chicago, IL  1881-1885
Clayton B. Shourds and James B. Storey; jewelers.

Stephen Shove

Fall River, MA c. 1845-1882
Watchmaker and jeweler.

S.J. Shrubsole

New York, NY 1936-Present

Harry G. Shupp

Wilkes-Barre, PA  c. 1884-1919
Jeweler and stationer.

Simmons & Walter

Lockport, NY c. 1856-1868
Edward Simmons and Peter D. Walter.

Leon Simons

New Orleans, LA 1870-1880

Sleeper & Jeanneret

Philadelphia, PA  1850-1853

John Smart

Philadelphia, PA 1834-1858
Watchmaker and jeweler.

David Smiley, Jr.

Peterborough, NH c. 1835-1875
Jeweler and watchmaker.

S.D. Smith

Skaneateles and Saratoga Springs, NY 1840s
Jeweler and watchmaker.

Smith-Patterson Co.

Boston, MA  1895-1956
Founded by M.N. Smith and Henry Winthrop Patterson as Smith & Patterson (1885-1895).  Agents and importers of sterling goods and other items.  Became part of the Jordan Marsh department store.

Eugene O. Smith

Bath, ME c. 1867-1875

Harry R. Smith & Co.

Cincinnati, OH 1867-1900

James Ford Smith

Salem, MA  1840-1891
Was a partner in the firm of Smith & Chamberlain 1840 to 1871. Continued to work independently as a jeweler until his retirement in 1891.

Page J. Smith

Cumberland, MD 1865-1915
Was in the partnerships of Johnson & Smith with J.C. Johnson in 1866 and Smith & Poole with Arthur A. Poole 1873-1878.

Samuel H. Smith

Salem, MA 1872-1882

David P. Smyth

Wilmington, DE 1859-1896
Jeweler and watchmaker.