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:• Distinguished during the Civil War - turned jewelry maker.
 
:• Distinguished during the Civil War - turned jewelry maker.
 
:• Small versions of European style [[diamond]] jewelry items, bows, flowers, leaves, etc.  
 
:• Small versions of European style [[diamond]] jewelry items, bows, flowers, leaves, etc.  
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:; 1801
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::• Marquand & Paulding, Savannah Georgia.
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:; 1810
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::• Establishment in New York as Marquand and Co.
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:; 1939
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::• Ball, Thomkins and Black.
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:; 1851
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::• [[Ball, Black & Co. Jewelry Maker's Mark|Ball, Black and Co.]]
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::• Specialized in imported jewelry and rare gems.
 
:; 1876
 
:; 1876
::• B, S & F moved to 251 Fifth Ave NY
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::• B, S & F moved to 251 Fifth Ave NY.
::• Cortland Starr & Aaron Frost became partners ''Black, Starr & Frost''
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::• Cortland Starr & Aaron Frost became partners ''Black, Starr & Frost''.
 
:; 1920  
 
:; 1920  
::• Black, Starr & Gorham
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::• Black, Starr & Gorham.
:; 1929  
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:; 1929 - 1966
::• Merged with Gorham
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::• Merged with Gorham.
 
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Black, Starr & Frost

Maker's Mark Name/Period Location Specialty
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Cortlandt W. Starr
(1833-1888)
e.1801
Black, Starr & Frost
1801 Georgia
1860 New York
• Prestigious jewelers
• Distinguished during the Civil War - turned jewelry maker.
• Small versions of European style diamond jewelry items, bows, flowers, leaves, etc.
1801
• Marquand & Paulding, Savannah Georgia.
1810
• Establishment in New York as Marquand and Co.
1939
• Ball, Thomkins and Black.
1851
Ball, Black and Co.
• Specialized in imported jewelry and rare gems.
1876
• B, S & F moved to 251 Fifth Ave NY.
• Cortland Starr & Aaron Frost became partners Black, Starr & Frost.
1920
• Black, Starr & Gorham.
1929 - 1966
• Merged with Gorham.
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