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Pearson-Page Co

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of Ileene Works, Sherlock Street, Birmingham. Showrooms at 50 Frith Street, Soho, London. (1922)

Ditto Address. Telephone: Birmingham - Midland 2510-11; London - Regent 4412. Cables: "Wholesale, Birmingham" and "Pepacold, Ox, London". (1929)

of Westwood Works, Westwood Road, Witton, Birmingham, 6. Telephone: Birmingham, East 1462-4. Cables: "Olbras, Birmingham". (1947)

1883 Company founded.

1907 Ilene Works, Sherlock Street, Birmingham, then Pearson Page Jewsbury, then Peerage, manufacturers of reproduction and original copper and brassware during 1910s-1930s.

1911 Private company formed as John Jewsbury and Co Ltd.

1922 British Industries Fair Advert for Brass Cabinet Fitments of all periods, including Lacquer Cabinet Fittings and Sideboard Rails. Reproduction Antique Brasswork, including Candlesticks, Jardinieres, Coal Hods, Hearth Stands, Cabinet Handles, Electrical Fittings. (Stand Nos. K.36 and K.59) [1]

1929 British Industries Fair Advert as Specialists in Reproduction Brassfoundry. Manufacturers of Toasting Forks, Knockers, Corkscrews, Jardinieres, Ash Trays, Smokers Stands, Writing Sets, Ink Stands, Trays, Plaques, Sundials, Candlesticks, Lanterns, Coal Hods, Grates. Electrical Fittings and Fixtures. Curbs, Andirons, Fire Brasses, Log Boxes. (Fancy Goods Section - Stand No. J.81) [2]

1932 Name changed.

1933 The Jewsbury Company took over Pearson Page designs when they were liquidated.

See Pearson-Page-Jewsbury Co

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Sources of Information

  1. 1922 British Industries Fair Advert clxxvi; and p62
  2. 1929 British Industries Fair Advert 32; and p133