Person    | Male  Born 1670  Died 1732

Christopher Pinchbeck

Categories: Craft / Design

Clock maker. Invented the alloy of copper and zinc which closely resembles gold.

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Christopher Pinchbeck

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Pinchbeck at St John's

Christopher Pinchbeck, clock maker, 1670 - 1732.

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Fan Makers' Company Hall

Fan Makers' Company Hall

The earliest record for the Fan Makers Company is in 1670 when they raised a petition to Parliament complaining about the threat to their industry from foreign imports. The Fan Makers' Hall in Red ...

Group, Craft / Design, Liveries & Guilds

2 memorials
Katherine Worthington

Katherine Worthington

Stone carver and sculptor.

Person, Craft / Design, Sculpture

1 memorial
Marion Dorn

Marion Dorn

Textile designer. Born on Christmas day, probably at Menlo Park, near San Francisco. She moved to Paris where she met and subsequently married the artist Edward McKnight Kauffer. At the outbreak of...

Person, Craft / Design, France, Morocco, USA

1 memorial
Sulloniacae

Sulloniacae

Roman pottery, also called Sulloniacis. It is known only from an entry in the 'Antonine Itinerary', (a listing of routes and facilities in the Roman Empire). There is some doubt as to the authentic...

Place, Craft / Design, Romans

1 memorial
David Birch

David Birch

In 1985 working with the London Pottery (96 Kingston Road, London Pottery, SW19). And in 2022: MD at The London Pottery Co Ltd, MD at The London Design Studio Co Ltd, (now at the Kingston Road addr...

Person, Craft / Design

1 memorial