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Revision as of 17:26, 17 January 2013

Carter, Gough & Co.

Maker's Mark Name/Period Location Specialty
Cartergough.jpg
Carter, Gough & Co.
e.1841
Newark
• One of the largest jewelry producing factories in the world.
1850s
• The first to use a steam engine to produce jewelry.
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