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Alexander Clark Manufacturing Co

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July 1900.
October 1903.

of 138 Fenchurch Street, London, maker of dressing bags and reproductions of silver historical items

1891 The business was established by Clift Alexander Mawer Clark.

1894 Manufacturing premises were opened at 29 Market Place, Oxford Street.

1900 the firm was at Welbeck Works, Randall Street, Sheffield. Further premises in London were at 188 Oxford Street, London

1909 Also at 125-126 Fenchurch Street, London

1912 The firm was converted into a limited liability company under the style of the Alexander Clark Co Ltd.

1914 the company had 620 employees in the activities of silversmiths, cutlers, precious stone mounters and dressing bag manufacturers.

1918 Activities transferred to James Street Works, St. Paul's, Birmingham.

1921 Also at 38-40 Mitre Street, Aldgate, London and 17 Sycamore Street, Sheffield

1941 Also at 38 Leadenhall Street, London

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Sources of Information

  • [1] Silver Collection