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of Horseley Fields, Wolverhampton.
of Shakspeare Foundry, Wolverhampton
1795 Company established by Thomas and Charles Clark.
1839 First firm to patent and manufacture enamel for lining cooking utensils without using oxide lead, arsenic or any other deleterious materials.
1866 Announced a reduction on hollow-ware of five percent 
1876 Fire at their works 
The company's product range included thousands of items, both domestic and industrial.
1914 Manufacturers of enamelled, cast iron and tinned hollow ware, baths, cast iron hinges and pulleys, lining vessels both iron and steel for manufacturing chemists' use. 
Late 1940s and 1950s the company produced acid-resisting enamelled cast iron boiling pans; steam jacketed pans; stills; square and rectangular tanks; open and closed mixing vessels; flanged pipes; bends and tees; laboratory equipment; small scale plant; evaporating bowls; beakers; sulphonators; and glass-lined mild steel tanks for beer, mineral water, and food.
1962 Last record of the company in the Wolverhampton Directory.