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Atkin Brothers

Atkin Brothers can be traced back to Sheffield silversmith Thomas Law who started out in 1750. Continued by his sons John and William in 1824 John Oxley and Henry Atkin joined the business and succeeded the original firm in 1829. By 1840 the partnership had dissolved and Henry Atkin continued the trade. After his death in 1853, the company was continued by his three sons Harry Wright Atkin, Edward Thomas Atkin and Frank Shaw Atkin under the name Atkin Brothers.
They manufactured a wide variety of plate, silver and cutlery and supplied to big names like Thornhill and Hall & Co.

Atkin Brothers

Atkin Brothers can be traced back to Sheffield silversmith Thomas Law who started out in 1750. Continued by his sons John and William in 1824 John Oxley and Henry Atkin joined the business and succeeded the original firm in 1829. By 1840 the partnership had dissolved and Henry Atkin continued the trade. After his death in 1853, the company was continued by his three sons Harry Wright Atkin, Edward Thomas Atkin and Frank Shaw Atkin under the name Atkin Brothers.
They manufactured a wide variety of plate, silver and cutlery and supplied to big names like Thornhill and Hall & Co.

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