Robert Riddle Jarvie
Chicago, IL c. 1895-c. 1920
Robert Riddle Jarvie began work in a variety of metals out of his home workshop
c. 1895. He opened The Jarvie Shop in 1904 and began working in sterling at that
time. Important maker of handwrought Arts & Crafts holloware - especially
candlesticks - trophies, and a small amount of jewelry. The Jarvie Shop closed around 1920. The mark
at right was found on a brass candlestick.
Jacobi & Jenkins
Baltimore, MD 1894-1908
Founded by August Jacobi and successors to Jacobi & Co.
Makers of repoussé sterling flatware and holloware. Succeeded
by Jenkins & Jenkins in 1908.
Baltimore, MD 1802-1846
Baltimore, MD 1802-1810 and 1817-1831; Richmond, VA 1815-1817
D.C. Jaccard & Co. / Jaccard & Co.
St. Louis, MO 1864-1873
Founded by D. Constant Jaccard. Became
Mermod, Jaccard & Co. in 1873.
Emmor Jefferis III
Wilmington, DE 1827-1842
Was a partner in the firm of Guthre & Jefferis with James Guthre c. 1840.
E. Jaccard & Co.
St. Louis, MO 1852-1901
Founded by Eugene Jaccard and D.C. Jaccard. Became
the largest jewelry house in St. Louis which continues today
as Jaccards Jewelers.
Louis Jaccard / L. Jaccard & Co.
St. Louis, MO 1829-1848
In the partnership of Jaccard & Recordon 1836-1837. Partnered with nephew
Eugene Jaccard under the name of Louis Jaccard & Co. 1837-1848.
Norwalk, CT c. 1840
Stamford, CT 1765-1776 and New York, NY 1780-1783
Moved to St. John, NB, in 1783; he did not continue silversmithing
Palo Alto, CA 1950's-1960's
Modernist studio jeweler.
Baltimore, MD c. 1816 and Philadelphia, PA c. 1820
New York, NY 1963-Present
New York, NY c. 1782-1790
Jaccard to Jefferis
Jaccard to Jefferis
Portsmouth, NH; Kittery, ME; Boston, MA; Preston, CT c. 1761-c. 1805
Jacoby Bros. Ltd.
Vancouver, BC, Canada 1909-1985
Founded by Alfred James Jacoby. Manufacturing jeweler;
made souvenir spoons and novelties. The firm dissolved in
1985 and reorganized as Jacoby Jewellers Ltd. which continues today, although all manufacturing ceased in 1994.