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Camm stained glass studio, Smethwick

Thomas William Camm (born 1839, West Bromwich) set up a stained glass business with his two brothers in Brewery Street, Smethwick in 1866. He had previously worked for Chance Brothers & Co. in Smethwick ...

Crystal Glass, Royal Castle Flint Glass Works, Hatton

Crystal glass decoration by Francis and Charles Crossley. The Crossleys worked for the Royal Castle Flint Glass Works which stood on Scropton Lane, Hatton, near Tutbury. The Castle Works was founded ...

Florence Camm, stained glass studio, Smethwick

Born in Smethwick in 1874, Florence Camm was a talented artist, stained glass designer and decorative metalworker. She studied at Birmingham School of Art between 1892 and 1910, and exhibited regularly ...

Glass blower, Quickfit and Quartz, Stone

Ted Tighe working on specialist scientific glassware developed for Property Perfumes at Quickfit and Quartz, Mill Street, Stone. Quickfit and Quartz, makers of scientific and industrial glassware, ...

Glass blower, Quickfit and Quartz, Stone

Ted Tighe and Ralph Wigg working on one of the first 200 litre flasks made at Quickfit and Quartz, Mill Street, Stone. Quickfit and Quartz, makers of scientific and industrial glassware, began in ...

Glassmaker, Quickfit & Quartz, Stone

Alan Forester at work in the Coil Bending and Benchwork Section of the Chemical Plant Dept. at Quickfit & Quartz, Stone, makers of scientific glass manufacturers. Alan Forester worked at Quickfit & ...

Glastics, works extension, Tutbury

Working in the new extension at Glastics, Trent Valley Glass Works, Hatton, near Tutbury. The Castle Works was founded by George Harry Corbett and opened in Hatton by J.T.H. Richardson by 1871. It ...

Quickfit and Quartz 21 Dinner, Stone

Quickfit '21' Club 6th Annual Dinner, held at the Crown Hotel ballroom, Stone on Thursday 11 September 1969. From left to right: W. Ashall, R. Smallman, Molly Tighe, Ted Tighe, G. Rumbold, Vic Harrison, ...

Quickfit and Quartz Long Service Presentation, Stone

Ted Tighe being presented with a gold watch for 21 years' service with Quickfit and Quartz by Managing Director Ted Pearse at the Quickfit '21' Club 6th Annual Dinner, held at the Crown Hotel ballroom, ...

Quickfit and Quartz stand, Festival of Britain, Stone

Quickfit and Quartz stand in the Trades and Industry Exhibition held on Westbridge Park as part of the Festival of Britain events held in Stone. Quickfit and Quartz, makers of scientific and industrial ...

Royal Castle Flint Glass Works, Hatton

The Royal Castle Flint Glass Works stood on Scropton Lane, Hatton, near Tutbury. The Castle Works was founded by George Harry Corbett and opened in Hatton by J.T.H. Richardson by 1871. It was rebuilt ...

Royal Castle Flint Glassworks Workforce, Tutbury

The Royal Castle Flint Glass Works stood on Scropton Lane, Hatton, near Tutbury. This photograph shows Bottom Shop workers on a works outing to Dovedale, taken at the Peveril of the Peak Hotel, Thorpe, ...

Royal Castle Glassworks, Tutbury

A group of managers and workers at the Royal Castle Flint Glassworks, which stood on Scropton Lane, Hatton, near Tutbury. This photograph is from the collections of Tutbury Museum.

Trent Valley Glass Works staff, Tutbury

The Castle Works was founded by George Harry Corbett and opened in Hatton by J.T.H. Richardson by 1871. It was rebuilt as the Trent Valley Glassworks in 1947, using the trade name Glastics. It closed ...

Webb Corbett Football Club, Tutbury

Webb Corbett F.C. were Burton & District League Champions, 1936-1937 season. Tutbury has a glassmaking tradition dating back to the 15th century. The glassworks on the corner of Ludgate Street and ...

Webb Corbett glassworks staff, Tutbury

Cutters and Polishers at Webb Corbett glassworks, Tutbury. Back row: Arthur Sewell, George Wilson, Charlie Underwood, Wilf Bell, Jim Ratcliffe, George Woolley, unknown, Harry Young, J. Williams, Charlie ...

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