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[[image:ImIDH1938-BritishEmulsifiers.jpg |thumb| 1938. ]]
[[Image:Im1947MHI-Emulsifiers.jpg|thumb| 1947. From Modern Homes Illustrated.]]
[[Image:Im1947MHI-Emulsifiers.jpg|thumb| 1947. From Modern Homes Illustrated.]]
[[image:Im19530911FL-WAWilliamson.jpg |thumb| Sept 1953.]]
[[image:Im19530911FL-WAWilliamson.jpg |thumb| Sept 1953.]]

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1947. From Modern Homes Illustrated.
Sept 1953.

British Emulsifiers of Princess Works, 93 Stanley Road, Teddington, Middlesex. Telephone: Molesey 1202/3. Telegraphic Address: "Britemulsi, Teddington"

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. "Empire" Hand and Electrical Cream Making Machines, Mayonnaise Mixers and Cocktail Blenders. "Empire" Fruit Juice Extractors. "Empire" Bath Joys. "Empire" Nut Crackers. (Stand No. A.622)

1938 Patent - Improvements in or relating to domestic trays and waiters - of Bel Works, Hampton Road, Hanworth, Middlesex.

1939 Patent - Improvements in liquid emulsifying apparatus - of Bel Works, Rampton Road, Hanworth, Middlesex

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