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British Industrial History

Taylor, Law and Co

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1938.
1945
October 1963. Ring-a-Mop.

of Tala Works, Adam Street, Birmingham, 7. Telephone: Aston Cross 2277. Telegraphic Address: "Halloo, Birmingham"

1924 Patent - Improvements in or relating to collapsible boxes or containers. [1]

1936-38 Taylor Law contracted to manufacture metal fittings for Isokon bookshelves, which were then delivered to another firm, usually Handicrafts Ltd, which made up the shelves. The contract ran into problems, the most serious of which was with the paint finish on the fittings. This proved intractable and in 1938 Isokon decided to end production and sale of the bookshelves.

Taylor Law were also approached by Isokon to manufacture waste paper baskets and stacking chairs in aluminium; in both cases Taylor Law declined, considering their available plant and tools unsuitable and being unwilling to incur the cost of new, specialist equipment for the work. [2]

1937 British Industries Fair Advert for 'Tala' Kitchen-ware; Japanned 'Krinko' Ware; Cake Tins; Icing Outfits; Egg Beaters; Mincers; Canisters; Trays; Aluminium Articles; Ships' Tinware; Bathroom Fittings; Watering Cans; Deed and Cash Boxes, etc. (Hardware, Ironmongery and Brassfoundry/Farm and Garden Equipment Section - Stand No. A.615) [3]

1955 Patent - Improvements connected with storage cabinets or food safes. [4]

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Wikipatents
  2. [2] Archives
  3. 1937 British Industries Fair Advert p518; and p423
  4. [3] Wikipatents