Duhme, Herman – Duhme & Co. -Ohio silver seller

An American (Cincinnati, Ohio), late 19th century coin silver julep cup by Duhme & Co.

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Duhme & Co. Rococo Sterling Flatware Service, American (Cincinnati), ca 1890, 101 pieces

p4A ItemID F7990252
Duhme & Co. Dresden Sterling Flatware Service, American (Cincinnati), ca 1890, 135 pieces

p4A ItemID F7990251
Duhme Coin Silver Ladle, American, mid 19th century, twist stem, engraved decoration on handle, gilt bowl

p4A ItemID F7973987

Herman Duhme

Herman Duhme was born in Germany and came to Ohio in 1834. He first advertised a variety store at Main and Walnut Streets in Cincinnati in 1842. Though not a silversmith himself, he employed a number of silversmiths and jewelers and produced a wide range of silver tablewares and jewelry, eventually becoming the most prolific and prominent silver manufacturer in the Midwest. Duhme & Company survived Duhme’s death in 1888, changing ownership and names several times, until it finally closed in 1910.

Information courtesy of Garth’s Auctions, 2007


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