Fayetteville, NC 1827-1836 and Nashville, TN 1836-c. 1857
Was in a number of partnerships:
Selph & Campbell with John Selph 1827-1829.
Campbell & Prior with Warren Prior 1834-1836.
With John Peabody 1836-1837.
Campbell & Stevens 1849-1850
Campbell & Donigan with George Washington Donigan 1853-1855
Campbell Metcalf Silver Co.
Providence, RI 1892-1900
Founded by Ernest W. Campbell and Joseph M.
Metcalf. Makers of sterling flatware and souvenir
spoons. See flatware patterns.
Thomas G. Calvert
Lexington, KY 1852-1857
Was in the partnership of Calvert & Burnet with Benjamin L. Burnet
1855-1857. Stopped silversmithing in 1857, but continued to retail
silver made by others and stamp these wares with his mark until 1899.
William Henry Calhoun / W.H. Calhoun & Co.
Nashville, TN 1835-1865
Was in partnership with J. Flowers as Calhoun & Flowers
1840-c. 1847. Went by W.H. Calhoun & co beginning c. 1860.
James E. Caldwell / J.E. Caldwell & Co.
Philadelphia, PA 1839-Present
James Emmett Caldwell worked independently 1839-1843.
He entered into a partnership with James M. Bennett by the
name of Bennett & Caldwell 1843-1848. When Bennett left in
1848 the business of J.E. Caldwell & Co was established, taking on
John C. Farr as a partner Silver manufacturing ceased around 1860.
Today they are a well known jewelry company.
Canfield, Bro. & Co.
Baltimore, MD 1848-1881
Ira Canfield, William Canfield and J.R. Arminger. Succeeded
by Welsh & Bro.
Thomas Boyle Campbell
Winchester, VA c. 1820-1858
Was in the partnerships of Campbell & Polk with Robert Isaac Watts Polk 1850-1856 and
Campbell & Meredith c. 1850.
R. & A. Campbell
Baltimore, MD 1835-1854
Robert and Andrew Campbell.
Canfield & Brother
Baltimore, MD 1835-1865
A partnership between Ira C. Canfield, William Canfield, and
Jared Canfield. Succeeded by Canfield Brother & Co.
Samuel Canfield (b. 1756 d. 1814)
Middletown, CT 1780-1801; Lansingburgh, NY 1801-1805; and
Scanticoke, NY c. 1806.
In the partnerships of Canfield & Hall c. 1790-1805 and
Canfield & Foote c. 1795-1805.
George Reid Calhoun / G.R. Calhoun & Co.
Nashville, TN 1847-1903
Worked with his brother William H. Calhoun. Upon his brother's death in
1865, he continued as G.R. Calhoun & Co. until his own death in 1903.
Cann & Dunn
New York, NY c. 1855-1857
John Cann and David Dunn.
Campbell & Donigan
Nashville, TN 1853-1855
John Campbell and George Washington Donigan.
Silversmiths and watchmakers.
Baltimore, MD 1818-1835
In the partnerships of Richards & Campbell c. 1819 and R. & A. Campbell 1835-1854.
John W.H. Canoll
Albany, NY c. 1824-1848
George Cannon (Canon)
Warwick, RI c. 1800-1825 and Nantucket, MA 1825-1835
Campbell & Polk
Winchester, VA 1850-1856 A partnership between
Thomas Campbell and Robert I.W. Polk.
Lewis Burton Candee / L.B. Candee & Co.
Woodbury, CT 1826-c. 1835
Was in the partnerships of Curtiss, Candee & Co. 1826-1831 and
then Curtis, Candee & Stiles 1831-1835. Worked under the name
L.B. Candee & Co. after 1835.
Canada Manufacturing Co.
Montreal, QU, Canada 1890's
Cain to Canoll
William L. Campbell
Winchester, VA 1810-1815
Cain to Canoll
Caney & Bradley
Batavia, NY 1887-1898
Ashton W. Caney and C.C. Bradley. Succeeded by C.C. Bradley & Co.
Petersburg, VA 1806; Raleigh, NC 1807; Knoxville, TN 1809-1813; and
Huntsville, AL 1816-1856
Was involved in a number of short lived partnerships:
Garner & Gain with John Garner in 1809.
T. & C. Cain with brother Claiborne 1812-1813.
T. & J. Cain with brother James 1816-1819.
Cain & Fisher with Charles F. Fisher in 1844.