The oldest jewellery house in America, Black, Starr & Frost was founded as Marquand & Paulding in Savannah, Georgia in 1801. In 1810, Isaac Marquand moved to NewYork, consolidating the company with several other firms.They were one of the few American retailers who displayed at the 1851 London Crystal Palace Exposition. In 1876, Cortlandt Starr and Aaron V. Frost joined as partners and the name changed to Black, Starr & Frost. For the 1939 New York World's Fair, they contributed large sculptural jewellery based on the bold designs of the period.
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