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Description

  • 1836-1843 Stephen B. Alling and Issac A. were jewelers together.
  • 1843 Isaac A. left Stephen B. partership and formed Isaac A. & J.C. Alling.
    • 347 Broad Street Newark NJ.
  • 1850 Alling Bros. with the addition of Horace Alling.
    • 6 Orchard St. Newark NJ (1846).
  • 1858 Joseph Left the firm to go out on his own. Partnering with Thomas B. Cleveland – Alling, Cleveland & Co.
    • 73 Columbia St. & 212 Broadway, New York NY
  • 1859 Alling Brother & Co. when William joins the firm .
  • 1864 13 Orchard Street.
  • 1881 Alling & Co. Isaac Alling Retired and the firm was Horace, William and William B. Kerr.
  • 1886 Horace retired leaving William R. and his son John D. with Frank Welch.
  • July 7, 1902 Death of Horace Alling.
  • c.1904 180 Broadway, New York
  • March 1905 Alling & Co. Dissolved and reorganized, using the same name, as a stock company
  • c.1922: Newark NJ

Specialties

  • c. 1883 John Alling began to purchase designs, drawings and models searching for the ideal designs to be manufacture via the die-stamping technique.
  • Manufacturing Jewelers:
    • Earrings
    • Cuff Links
    • Bracelets
    • Novelties
    • Pins
    • Pendants
  • Manufactured gold jewelry for:
    • J.E. Caldwell
    • M.W. Galt
    • C.D. Peacock
    • Bailey, Banks & Biddle
    • Tiffany & Co.
    • and many others