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Charles S. Green and Co

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of Cogent Works, Birmingham. London Office and Showroom: 101 Hatton Garden. Telephone: Central 3293. Cables: "Toilet, Birmingham"

1905 [1] Business established by Charles S. Green, son and brother of the managers of Charles Green and Son.

He was assisted in the business by his wife Winifred, a talented artist who designed all the firm's early patterns.

1907 The firm moved to Cogent Works, 54 St.Paul's Square.

1929 Listed Exhibitor. Manufacturers of Silver Ware and Electro-plate Silver Toilet Ware, Enamelled Silver Ware, Silver Cups and Bowls, Silver and Glass Goods, Cigarette Cases and Boxes, Photo Frames, and General Electro-plate Goods. Birmingham Jewellers' and Silversmiths' Association Member. (Stand Nos. J.43 and J.54) [2]

1982 The company moved to a new factory at Lionel Street, Birmingham.


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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Silver Collection Website
  2. 1929 British Industries Fair p71