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Crosby & Morse

Maker's Mark Name/Period Location Specialty
Crosby & Morse
c.1860
Samuel T. Crosby
Henry D. Morse
Boston MA
  • Crosby was a manufacturing jewelry who also imported globally.
  • Morse was a noted gem cutter.
  • This partnership afforded their customers a wider variety of gem materials than any other store in the area.
  • Carried Byzantine mosaics and Etruscan revival jewelry.
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