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British Industrial History

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Dec 1921.
April 1933. Pyramid chromium-plated aluminium ware.
June 1933.
November 1933.
December 1933. The Pyramid hot water bottle.
February 1962.
November 1963.

of Pyramid Works, Sloane Street, Parade, Birmingham, 1. Telephone: Central 5912/3/4. Telegraphic Address: "Alumuten, Birmingham"

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. The world's largest manufacturers of Aluminium Utensils, specially constructed for Electric and Hotplate Cooking (over 160 different shapes and sizes, all guaranteed against distortion). Also Pyramid Electric Irons, Toasters, Kettles, etc. (Stand No. Cb. 500) [1]

1970 Acquired by Burco Dean.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1937 British Industries Fair Page 371
  2. The Times, October 10, 1970