Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

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1922

of 4 Fitchetts Court, Noble Street, London, EC2. (1922 and 1929)

of Charterhouse Street, London, EC1. Telephone: Clerkenwell 5569. (1947)

1922 British Industries Fair Advert as Manufacturers of Ladies' Hand Bags (Silk and Leather):- No. 518 - Broche Silk Purse, Imitation Ivory and Shell Frame. No. 522 - Col. Taffetta Bag, Imitation Ivory and Shell Frame. No. 524 - Col. Faille Bag, Imitation Ivory and Shell Frame, Inner Division. No. 525 - Col Faille Bag, Imitation Ivory and Shell Frame, Inner Division. No.526 - Col Faille Bag, Rose Mount. No. 529 - Col Broche Bag, Fancy Frame. No. 539 - Suede Bag, Imitation Ivory Mount. No. 538 - Suede Bag, Covered Frame, Inner Division. (Stand No. J.143) [1]

1929 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of Ladies' Hand Bags. Specialising in Silk and Tinsel Fabrics. (Stand No. P.1) [2]

1947 Listed Exhibitor. Manufacturers of Ladies' Handbags of Leather, Leather-cloth, Silks, Brocades, Tinsels and a Variety of Fabrics. Specialists in Handbags for Afternoon, and Evening Wear for both Home, and Export Markets. (Earls Court, 1st Floor, Stand No. 467h) [3]


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