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In 1840 Henry Atkin continued the trade as Henry Atkin & Co at 32 Howard Street, Sheffield.After his death, his brothers Harry Wrigth Atkin, Edward Thomas Atkin and Frank Shaw Atkin continued the business as Atkin Brothers.If your silverplate piece has a distinctive feature in the design, such as a particular flower or fruit, you can search by that keyword.
The showroom was in the Fordham Gallery in Maddox Street. ASHBERRY & SONSSheffield In 1865 John Arthur Ashberry was partner in Phillip Ashberry & Sons (co-partners were Philip, Philip Henry and George Willis Ashberry).
It had manufacturing premises in Birmingham and London C. His address was Wicker St (1849-1851), Andrew St (1851-1855) and Johnson Lane (1855-1872).
1849-1855 1855-1872 JAMES ALLAN & COJAMES ALLANSheffield Active in Sheffield from 1849 to 1872 as manufacturer of Britannia Metal wares.
Adie started the business in 1890 at Lion Works in Warston Lane, Birmingham. The partnership was dissolved in 1895 and the business was continued under the same style solely by William Ainsworth.
Nephew's son Roger ran the business from the war until the 1970's. WILLIAM AINSWORTH (possibly)AINSWORTH, TAYLOR & COAINSWORTH, PEMBROOK & CO LTDBirmingham The partnership of William Ainsworth and Samuel Baker trading as Ainsworth Taylor & Company was active from 1878 at 78 Ford St, Park Rd and 40/42 Spencer St, Birmingham (possibly they succeeded to William Ainsworth active in 1872 at Ford Street, Birmingham).