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Hayne and Cater

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of 16 Red Lion Street, Clerkenwell

1758 Thomas Wallis Senior went into business as a manufacturing silversmith

c.1777 He was succeeded by Thomas Wallis Junior

1810 Jonathan Hayne went taken into partnership with Thomas Wallis Junior at 16 Red Lion Street, Clerkenwell. see Wallis and Hayne‎‎

1816 The partnership was dissolved

1821 Jonathan Hayne entered his first mark.

1836 Jonathan Hayne's son, Samuel Holditch Hayne went into partnership with Dudley Frank Cater (a former apprentice) under the style Hayne & Co.

1848 The younger Hayne and Cater assumed full control of the firm after the death of Jonathan Hayne.

1853 The style was modified to Hayne & Cater and the firm was listed as merchants, manufacturers and wholesale silversmiths and silver spoon and fork makers

1864 Cater retired. Samuel continued at 16 Red Lion Street until he filed for bankruptcy.

1865 The firm declared bankruptcy.

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Sources of Information

  • [1] Silver collection