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of 60 and 62 Rockingham Street, Sheffield
c1798 Company established as Blagden, Hogson and Co, Sheffield Plate manufacturers
1821 Charles Hawksworth and John Eyre were the successors of Blagden, Hogson & Co.
1833 Charles Hawksworth and John Eyre founded Hawksworth, Eyre & Co at White Rails, Sheffield
1851 Participants at the Great Exhibition showing a wide range of their silver and electroplate production.
1869 The Hawksworth and Eyre partnership was dissolved; the business was continued under the same style by James Kebberling Bembridge, Thomas Hall and George Woodhouse.
1873 Hall and Woodhouse retired leaving Bembridge in charge.
1873 Incorporated as a limited company.
1892 Established London showrooms, silversmiths, platers, electrogilders and platers, silver and plate lamp manufacturers.
1914 Manufacturing silversmiths, electro-platers and plated cutlers. Specialities: silver goods suitable for presentation, especially candlesticks, candelabra and lamps, bowls, cups, trays, salvers etc. Employees 120. 
1932/3 Hawksworth, Eyre & Co went into liquidation; the dies and goodwill were purchased by Ellis and Co (Birmingham) Ltd.