Jabez Choate Lord
New York, NY 1822-1835
In the firm of Lord & Smith with George Smith 1822-1829.
Warham P. Loomis
Frankfort, KY 1817-1870
In the partnership of Treat & Loomis in 1817 and then Loomis &
Ralph with Samuel Ralph c. 1819.
Benjamin Lord (b. 1770 d. 1843)
Pittsfield, MA 1796; Rutland, VT 1797-1830; and
Athens, GA 1831-1843
In the partnership of Lord & Goddard with Nicholas Goddard 1797-1808.
Guy Loomis / G. Loomis & Co.
Sheffield, MA 1816-1837 and Erie, PA 1837-1874
Operated under the name of G. Loomis & Co. 1847-1853.
Thomas Long Co.
Boston, MA 1878-Present
Best known as Long's Jewelers, they produced sterling flatware and
holloware in the 1930s to 1950s, using the trademark name Longcraft
beginning in 1946.
Philadelphia, PA 1807-1822
Robert M. Long
Buffalo, NY 1832-1837
New York, NY c. 1810
Alfred Lockwood (b. 1797 d. 1844)
New York, NY 1817-1844
Silversmith, jeweler and watchmaker.
P.H. Locklin & Sons
New York, NY 1892-1930
Makers of sterling holloware and novelties.
Jonathan L. Locke
Titusville, PA 1950-1968
Acquired shop from Joel F. Hewes upon Hewes' retirement. Maker of handwrought
Barthelemy Edward Lombard
Charleston, SC 1828-1830
New York, NY 1895-1950s
New York, NY c. 1803-1833
Francis H. Lockwood
New York, NY 1836-1854 and 1875-1892
Was in the partnership of Lockwood & Jennings with
Oscar S. Jennings 1837-1838.
Locke to Low
Locke to Low
Boston, MA c. 1764-1815
Philadelphia, PA 1818-1824 and New York, NY 1824-1874
John J. Low
Boston, MA and Salem, MA 1820-1853
Involved with a number of important firms:
Putnam & Low with Edward Putnam 1822-1828.
John J. Low & Co. 1828-1835.
Lows, Ball & Co. 1835-1841 which became Lows, Ball & Poor 1842-1846.
Salem, MA 1867-1911
Maker and retailer of sterling vanity items, novelties, and jewelry.
Designed the Salem Witch Spoon, which launched the souvenir spoon
collecting industry in the U.S. Founded Daniel Low & Co. in 1896
John J. Low & Co.
Boston, MA 1828-1835
John J. Low and Francis Low.
Daniel Low & Co.
Salem, MA 1896-1995
Founded by Daniel Low and his son Seth F. Low.
Barnstable, MA c. 1761-1768