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The mark on the bottom of the dish is "MAPPIN & WEBB Ltd".
He died in 1841 and till 1846 the firm was managed by his son Frederick Thorpe Mappin who took his brothers in the business and the firm became Joseph Mappin & Co. Dixon & Sons Dobson & Sons Eley family Elkington & Co Emes family Fattorini & Sons Fox family Garrard & Co S.
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This concern passed to one of his sons and finally the engraving business came to an end.
Another son of Joseph Mappin (he too called Joseph) carried on the business of the cutler in Sheffield (Norfolk Street).
Greetings, I have no Idea why these makers can't make it easier to identify their work.
If someone could help me with identifying the date of my dish it would be appreciated.Sally Bosley welcomes you to Regimental Brooches please view one largest, old established sources, antique vintage swords, arms, armour and military books in europe.Welcome my online shop for antique regimental sweetheart brooches pins japanese samurai swords.Its partners were the founder's four sons, Frederick Thorpe Mappin, Edward Mappin, Joseph Charles Mappin and John Newton Mappin. In 1850 John Newton Mappin retired from Mappin Brothers and established a new firm originally trading under the style Mappin & Co, changed in 1863 in Mappin & Webb after an agreement to avoid confusion between the two firms' names. SITE MAP HOME PAGEFrom centuries British silver is protected by the stamping of symbols and letters identifying the maker, the Assay Office and the date in which the quality of the silver piece was verified.