Palmer & Bachelders / Palmer, Bachelder & Co.
Boston, MA 1846-1888
The partnership of Palmer & Bachelders (aka Palmers &
Bachelders) was formed in 1846 between Julius Palmer,
Augustus Edwin Bachelder, Isaac M. Bachelder and Josiah
Bachelder. Additional partners joined the business in 1865 and it became
known as Palmer, Bachelder & Co. 1865-1888.
Palmer & Owen
Cincinnati, OH 1850-1859
Abraham Palmer & William Owen.
John C. Palmer
Raleigh, Oxford, Haywood and Salisbury, NC c. 1821-1889
In the partnerships of Hampton & Palmer with James Brandon Hampton
1830-1832 in Salisbury and Palmer & Ramsay with Walter J. Ramsey
1847-1855. Silversmith and jeweler, he also ran a daguerreotype gallery
and was one of the first early photographers in North Carolina.
The Panis Gallery
Falmouth, MA 1932-Present
Founded by Stavre Gregor Panis and his wife Gladys H. Panis. Makers of handwrought
sterling Arts & Crafts small items and jewelry. Gladys's mark includes a "G" off to the
side of the mark shown at right.
Palmer & Peckham
North Attleboro, MA 1896-1904
Philadelphia, PA 1785-1795
Palmer & Smith
Cincinnati, OH 1844-1847
Abraham Palmer and Henry R. Smith.
Pangborn & Brinsmaid
Burlington, VT 1833-1843
Amos Pangborn and James Edgar Brinsmaid. Succeeded by
J.E. Brinsmaid & Bros.
Northampton, MA 1811-1814; Albany, NY 1814-1818; Rochester, NY 1818-1850
Was in the partnerships of Huntington & Packard with Richard Huntington
1811-1814; Packard & Brown c. 1815; and Packard & Scofield with Salmon
Otto Philip De Parisen (Parisien)
New York, NY 1763-1800
Was in the partnership of Otto Parisen & Son with son Daniel
Parisen 1785-1789 and then with son Philip Parisen 1789-1790.
Cincinnati, OH 1834-1859
Silversmith and watchmaker. In a number of partnerships:
Palmer & Hanks with G.L. Hanks 1839-1840.
Palmer & Smith with Henry R. Smith 1844-1846.
Palmer & Owen with William Owen 1849-1859.
David Parisen (Parisien)
New York, NY 1785-1817
Was a partner in the business of Otto Parisien & Son with
his father Otto De Parisen 1785-1789. Marks may have
been used by both David and Philip Parisen.
Philip Parisen (Parisien)
New York, NY 1789-1820
Was a partner in the business of Otto Parisien & Son with his
father Otto De Parisen 1789-1790. Marks may have been used
by both David and Philip Parisen.
Burlington, VT 1823-1843
Was in the firm of Pangborn & Brinsmaid 1833-1843.
Palmer & Ramsay
Raleigh, NC 1847-1855
John C. Palmer and Walter J. Ramsay.
Pachtmann to Parisen
Pachtmann to Parisen
St. John, NB, Canada 1870-1876
Richard and William C. Page
F.W. Packtmann & Bro.
New York, NY 1861-1878
Frederick W. Packtmann and Herman F. Pachtmann.