Dating brass tankards
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Read More This exceptionally adventurous Doulton Lambeth 8.75in (22cm) vase combines the usual free flowing Butler patterns with a geometric pattern reminiscent of a roller coaster.
In 1974 the firm was active in Silverpride Works, Matilda Street, Sheffield. SLATER BROTHERSSheffield Active at 94 Scotland St (1884-1888), Beehive Works, 159-165 Fitzwilliam St (1889-1904), 105 Arundel St. The firm was present with its products at the London Great Exhibition (1851) and International Exhibition (1862). 1880/1884 at 81 Colmore Rw, Birmingham and Wool Exchange, Coleman Street, London OLD IMAGES OF THE FACTORY WILLIAM SPURRIER: HISTORY & MARKS E. STACEY & SONSSheffield Ebenezer Stacey's was the nephew of John Vickers (originator of Britannia metal industry). The partners were John Vickers Stacey and Arthur John Stacey.
At first glance it appeares to be made of wood, but upon further examination I found out it was not wood per se, but a wood product; which at the time I knew nothing about. John’s collection did not include any ‘cork’ pieces, so this will be my small contribution to the knowledge of drinking vessels made from natural materials. Items will appear on your site and throughout our high traffic main site.If required we can integrate stock uploaded with Antiques-Atlas with an existing website you may have.It has been by far the most successful internet site we have been on and we have tried several different ones over the past few years.Check out our full page print advertising blitz in the run up to Chritmas in The Resident Magazines (Mayfair and Chelsea/Kensington editions) December 2012 in addition to full page adverts in Homes and Antiques and The English Home magazine.