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Richardson, Slade and Ellson

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From Hart and Sons, Wych Street (presumably meaning the materials were obtained from Hart and Sons).

Art Metal Workers in Wrought Iron, Brass and Silver both for Ecclesiastical and Domestic Purposes.

of 18 Brownlow Street, High Holborn, London WC. Manufactory - Little Ormand Yard, Great Ormand Street, London.

1868 Supplied large metal vanes and lightning conductor for the new church of St. Judes, East Brixton. A collection of the firm's flower vases and salvers in beaten metal was on show at the annual soiree of the Royal Microscopical Society[1]

Successors at Brownlow Street: Richardson and Ellson

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Sources of Information

  1. The Builder, Volume 26, 1868