Peter L. Krider
Philadelphia, PA 1850-1888
Was in the partnership of Krider & Biddle 1858-c. 1870.
Went on to form Peter L. Krider & Co. (see below).
Krider & Biddle
Philadelphia, PA 1858-c. 1870
Peter L. Krider and John W. Biddle.
Knowles & Ladd
Providence, RI 1864-1875
Partnership of Joseph B. Knowles and Samuel J. Ladd. Successor to Webster, Knowles & Ladd. The
Knowles & Ladd partnership ended with Ladd's retirement in 1875. See flatware patterns.
J.B. & S.M. Knowles
Providence, RI 1875-1905
Joseph B. and Stephen M. Knowles. Successors
to Knowles & Ladd. Purchased by Mauser Mfg.
Co. Makers of quality sterling flatware, holloware
and novelties. See flatware patterns.
Mary Catherine Knight
Boston, MA Early 1900s
Maker of handwrought sterling Arts & Crafts holloware. Member of the
Boston Society of Arts & Crafts.
Koehler & Ritter
San Francisco, CA 1867-1884
Founded by Gotthard Koehler and Charles A. Ritter,
former employees of F.R. Reichel. Makers of sterling
flatware and holloware. See flatware patterns.
Philadelphia, PA 1802-1833
New Albany, IN 1845-1876 and Dallas, TX 1876-c. 1880
Was in the partnership of J. Knepfly & Son with Lawrence M. Knepfly
1876-c. 1880. Knepfly retired c. 1880 and J. Knepfly & Son continued
until 1897 when it was incorporated as the Knepfly Jewelry Co., which
closed in 1900.
Gustaf F. Kolb
New York, NY c. 1917-1921
Christopf Christian Küchler
New Orleans, LA 1852-1870
Involved with several partnerships:
Küchler & Himmel with Adolphe Himmel 1852-1853.
Terfloth & Küchler wtih Bernard Terflorth 1858-1866.
C. Küchler & Co. with Augustus William Jansen in 1870.
New York, NY 1930s-1964
Modernist studio jeweler.
Küchler & Himmel
New Orleans, LA 1852-1853
Christopf Christian Küchler and Adolphe Himmel.
Boston, MA c. 1900-1920
Worked at the Handicraft Shop; member of the Boston Society of Arts & Crafts.
Maker of sterling flatware and holloware.
Mobile, AL 1826-1873
Was in the partnerships of Dunning and Knapp with Edward Dunning 1826-1837
and later Knapp and Leslie with Franklin Leslie 1848-1852.
Knapp & Leslie
Mobile, AL 1848-1852
Alanson Knapp and Franklin Leslie.
Knapp to Kursch
Knapp to Kursch
Krementz & Co.
Newark, NJ 1869-Present
Founded by George Krementz and his cousin Julius Lebkuecher.
Primarily jewelry manufacturers.
Peter L. Krider & Co.
Philadelphia, PA 1870-1903
Makers of quality coin silver and sterling flatware and
holloware, and one of the largest medal making firms in
the U.S. Succeeded by Simons Bros.; some flatware dies
were sold to Alvin.
Frank Krementz Co.
Newark, NJ 1910-1950
Manufacturers of eyeglasses, lorgnettes, pocket knives, and jewelry.
(John) Samuel Krause
Bethlehem, PA c. 1796-1802; Lancaster, PA 1803; and
Bethlehem, PA 1805-1815
David T. Knox
Huntsville, AL 1825-1870
Silversmith and watchmaker.
Waldobor, ME c. 1821 and Boston, MA 1825-c. 1862
Silversmith, jeweler, and watchmaker.