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Thomas M. Nutbrown

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December 1954. No.5 Icing Set.
March 1960.

Maker of kitchen and general household products, of Walker Street, Blackpool. Telephone: 3360. Telegraphic Address: "Nutbrown, Blackpool"

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Can-openers, Potato Chippers, Cooking Tongs, Fish Turners, Sink Strainers, Gas-lighters, Pastry-making Utensils, Kitchen Spoons, Beater-Whisks, Butter Pat Makers, Serrated Knives, Safety-claw Forks, Knife Sharpeners, Jet-black, and other labour-saving products. (Stand No. A,720) [1]

1939 Patent - A new or improved knife for cutting fruit or other soft substances. [2]

1952 Patent - A cutting device for fruit, vegetables and other relatively solid food. [3]

1957 March - Stand at Ideal Home Exhibition - Olympia, London.

1969 Acquired by Stephenson Mills, a member of the British Match Corporation[4].

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Sources of Information

  1. 1937 British Industries Fair p397
  2. [1] Wikipatents
  3. [2] Wikipatents
  4. The Times, 26 July 1969
  • [3] Blackpool Gazette