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of "Abra" Works, Warstone Lane, Birmingham. Telephone: Birmingham Central 1002. Cables: "Abraplate, Phone." (1929)

of "Brama" Works, Bellbarn Road, Birmingham 15. (1947)

Established 1870

1929 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of Electro Plated Holloware, Mounted Glass and China, Sandwich and Cake Stands, Fruit Sets, Tea and Coffee Sets, Vases, Biscuits, Salads, Condiment Sets, Jams, Butters. (Stand Nos. J.66 and J.92) [1]

1947 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of Chromium and Silver Plated Cruets, Butters, Cake Baskets, etc. Hotel Ware, Smokers and Hearth Stands, Candlesticks, Table Lamps, Casseroles, Mounted Glass and Mounted Pottery, Tableware, Bath Racks. (Olympia, Ground Floor, Stand No. D.1611) [2]

1966 Took over George Davidson and Co of Teams Flint Glass Works, Gateshead-on-Tyne and produces "Brama" glass using old moulds. Those works closed in 1987. [3]


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