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E. J. Parlanti

E. J. Parlanti

Person  Male  Born 1871  Died 1955

Categories: Craft / Design

Ercole Felipo Giacomo Parlanti was born in Rome. He and his older brother Alessandro worked at the Nelli foundry in Rome before moving to London. His 3 children were born in Fulham. Around 1917 Ercole started up his own foundry at substantial premises at Beaumont Works, Beaumont Road, West Kensington. By 1929, Parlanti was operating out of premises in Winders Road, Battersea. Died in Acton Hospital.

Information from Parlanti Bronze Foundries which has full information about the Palanti family and their work.

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National Submarine War Memorial

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