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Jackson, Elphick and Co

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of Avon Sanitary Engineering Works, Birkenshaw, Larkhall, Scotland.

1898 Company established by James Jackson and Oscar Elphick.

1905 Incorporated as a Limited Company.

1914 Bath founders, enamellers and sanitary engineers. Specialities: ferro flint porcelain, "CI" enamelled baths, sinks, tubs, lavatories and divisions. [1]

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. The Form o' Foam Bath. A specially designed Bath for the treatment of all Rheumatic and Muscular Ailments, Slimming, and the maintaining of physical fitness. (Stand Nos. B.909 and B.810) [2]

1940 Patent - Improvements in or relating to surface marking plates for roads.

1953 Patent - Improvements in or relating to domestic baths.

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