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Patents, 1876-1899




Morning Glory Antiques & Jewelry

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JEWEL CHAT

Costume Jewelry Magazine



Jewelry
Patents
1876-1899
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Patents, 1868-75
Patents, 1876-1899
Patents, 1900-1940
Patents, 1940 to
1950’s


Information about the jewelry companies comes from personal contacts and
materials, old versions of "The Keystone Jewelry Trade Book" or "American
Jewelry Manufacturers" by Dorothy T. Rainwater.





E. E. BARROWS, 1876
No. 8785
Watch chain link
E. E. Barrows

D. A. BEAM, 1876
No. 8786
Watch chain link
Daniel A. Beams
S. PFAELZER, 1876
No. 8878
Breastpin
Simon Pfaelzer

W. H. HALSEY, 1876
No. 8885
Breastpin
William H. Halsey





F. DIMIER, 1876
No. 8895
Necklace
Francis Dimier

G. W. GILL, 1876
No. 8937
Locket
George W. Gill
C. T. SLOAN, 1876
No. 8944
Breastpins
Charles T. Sloan

R. B. ESLER, 1876
No. 9005
Watch charm
Robert B. Esler





G. W. GILL, 1876
No. 9105
Locket
George W. Gill

G. W. GILL, 1876
No. 9106
Locket
George W. Gill
G. W. GILL, 1876
No. 9107
Locket
George W. Gill

L.S. BEALS, 1876
No. 9154
Leonard S. Beals


The lockets above were designed as souvenirs for the 1876 Centennial
Exposition in Philadelphia. Information about the centennial.
More
information



L.S. BEALS, 1876
No. 9,155

Breast Pin

L.S. BEALS, 1876
No. 9,156

Breast Pin





I. RICE, 1876
No. 9434
Design for a bracelet

G.G. MILLER, 1876
No. 9576
Design for a bracelet
George G. Miller
J. WILKINSON, 1876
No. 9579
Design for a bracelet
James Wilkinson

H. CARLISLE Jr., 1876
No. 9590
Design for a bracelet
Henry Carlisle





H. CARLISLE Jr., 1876
No. 9616
Design for a bracelet
Henry Carlisle

H. CARLISLE Jr., 1876
No. 9644
Design for a bracelet
Henry Carlisle
H.W. WOODS, 1877
No. 9955

Necklace

MOSES STERNHEIMER, 1877
No. 10,026

Design for a bracelet





UNKNOWN, 1877
No. 10,049

Design for a bracelet

J. HACKENBERG, 1877
No. 10,059

Design for a bracelet
H. LANG, 1877
No. 10,265

Design for a bracelet
Harvey Lang

1878
No. 10,415

Design for a bracelet
Charles H. Graef





1878
No. 10,416

Design for a bracelet
Charles H. Graef

W. BYRON, 1877
No. 10,612

William Byron
J.A. HEDSTROM, 1878
No. 10,642

Bracelet

J.A. HEDSTROM, 1878
No. 10,677

Bracelet





UNKNOWN, 1879
No. 11,237

Design for a bracelet

UNKNOWN, 1879
No. 11,413

Design for a bracelet
C. HEIN, 1880
No. 11,779

Design for a bracelet
Charles Hein

F. KURSCH, 1880
No. 11,893

Design for a bracelet
Frank Kursch





H.G. MACKINNEY, 1881
No. 12,266

Earrings
Hubert G. MacKinney

A. WALLACE, 1881
No. 12,370

Bracelet
LE ROY W. FAIRCHILD, 1882
No. 12,856

Charm and pencil case

J.A. DEKNATEL, 1882
No. 13,028

Button

J. A. Deknatel & Son
Made jewelry novelties, artificial pearl jewelry.
Long Island, NY
Late 1800’s through early 1950’s





W.C. EDGE, 1882
No. 252,441
Bracelet and clasp, cross-over style
W.C. Edge

W. LINK, 1882
No. 256,438
Bracelet and clasp, hinged bangle
W. Link

J. MOORE, 1883
No. 273,241
Bracelet and clasp, hinged bangle
J. Moore

H.C. Lindol, 1884
No. 299,816
Bracelet, cross over style
Harry C. Lindol





S. DAVIDSON, 1882
No. 13,177

Ornamental chain
Salomon Davidson

H.E. CHADWICK & H.P. LESTER, 1883
No. 14,391

Ornamental chain
Horace E. Chadwick, Horace P. Lester
R.H. AHN, 1883
No. 14,438

Bracelet
Robert H. Ahn

J.A. CHARNELY, 1884
No. 14,566

Bracelet
James A. Charnely

Attleboro, Mass.
out of business in about 1915

Providence, Rhode Island
Charnely was among other things an inventor of jewelry-related machinery,
including machines that engraved and chased metals .




F.W. MOORE, 1885
No. 15,915

Necklace
Frederick W. Moore

W.H. GRAHAM, 1885
No. 16,081

Watch chain
J.A. BIDWELL, 1886
No. 16,589

Scarf Pin





H.C. LINDOL, 1887
No. 17,070

Bracelet

L.P. JUVET, 1888
No. 18,189

Bracelet
HEART lock bracelet.
Courtesy of Janet Lawill

H. ELLEAU, 1888
No. 393,222
Bracelet and spring clasp, hinged bangle
Henry Elleau

H.C. Lindol & Company
Providence, Rhode Island
est. 1885; out of business circa 1912




T.B. STYNER, 1889
No. 19,102

Watch charm or pendant
Theodore B. Styner

F.A. LA PIERRE, 1889
No. 19,530

Bracelet
Frank H. La Peierre
H.W. FISHEL, 1889
No. 20,298

Bracelet
Henry W. Fishel & Sons
New York, NY





P. VERPILLIER, 1892
No. 21,570

Finger ring
Paul Verpillier

T. TUGBY, 1892
No. 21,759

Brooch pin
W. DURAND, 1894
No. 23,374

Brooch

G.F. GREENE, 1894
No. 23,829

Scarf pin
George Greene

Possibly Wickliffe Baldwin Durand
or Wallace Durand
Durand & Co.
Newark, New Jersey

Providence, Rhode Island




W. WALLACE, 1896
No. 26,264

Campaign badge
William Wallace

F.A. LA PIERRE, 1889
No. 28,720

Bracelet
Frank H. La Peierre
C.B. SHELTON, 1898
No. 29,612

Stickpin
Carrie Beck Shelton




M.M. MIRABEAU, 1889
No. 31,064

Watch chain and necklace

J. BAGNALL, 1899
No. 31,544

Necklace and watch chain
Joseph Bagnall
J.A. FINN, 1899
No. 31,659

Stock
Jacob A. Finn


Jewelry patents reference list

Patents, 1868-75
Patents, 1876-1899
Patents, 1900-1940
Patents, 1940 to
1950’s