- 22 Congress St
- "Warerooms, No. 383 Washington Street"
The Massachusetts Register, 1852
||"Chase Brothers & Co., Manufacturers of Ornamental
Iron Ware. 22 Congress Street, Corner of Post Office Avenue,
Boston. Walter Bryent, Irah Chase, Jr., H. Lincoln Chase.
The application of IRON for useful and ornamental purposes forms
a new era in the History of American manufactures. It is our
intention to introduce, as speedily as possible, such articles of
convenience and ornament as can be produced in Iron. No labor
or expense has been spared in our efforts to combine elegance
with utility, and we would respectfully invite the attention
of the Public to our present assortment of ORNAMENTAL IRON
WORK, which embraces a large variety of articles of the most
ingenious and beautiful designs, as follows: Iron Bedsteads;
Double and Single, Plain and Ornamental, and of various patterns,
suitable for Private Dwellings, Hotels, Hospitals and Public
Institutions. Pier, Centre & Saloon Tables; With Iron,
Marble or Inlaid Tops. Hat and Coat Stands, Umbrella, Fire
Set and Blower Stands, Parlor and Mantel Thermometers, Toilet,
Mirror & Picture Frames, Pin Cushions, Card Receivers,
Brackets for Supporting Marble Slabs,
Clocks, &c., Andirons, Foot-Scraps, Spittoons, Office and Hall
Chairs, Garden Statuary, Rustic Chairs, Piazza Settees, Fountains,
Vases, Flower Stands, Verandahs, Urns, Monuments, Iron Railing,
Gates and Posts, For Cemeteries, &c.. Lions, Greyhounds, &c.,
size of Life, for Gate-ways, Door-steps, Gardens, &c. Also a
large variety of FANCY HARDWARE & STATIONERY GOODS, including the
"UNION LETTER COPYING PRESS," A new and ingenious invention, possessing
advantages over any now in use; together with many other Useful and
Ornamental Articles. All kinds of castings and wrought iron work
made to order."
- "Chase Irah jr. (Chase Brothers & Co.), house 78 Warren"
and "Chase H. Lincoln (Chase Brothers & Co.), house 88
Pinckney" —Boston Directory, 1852
- Made coal plates using Walter's 1855 patent,
which was for a method of construction where molten glass was poured
directly into a heated iron frame, resulting in fusion, a tight seal,
and a stronger plate.
- Illustrated Catalogue of Chase Brothers & Co's Useful and Ornamental Bronzed Iron Goods, 1855
- Chase Brothers & Co.'s book of designs of ornamental iron railings! for cemeteries &c.: warerooms, no. 383 Washington Street, Boston, 1856
- "Chase H. L. (Chase Brothers & Co.), 15 Winter,
house at Newton Centre" and "Chase Irah jr. (Chase Brothers
& Co.), 15 Winter, house at Ruxbury"
—Boston Directory, 1862