Categories: Commerce, Liveries & Guilds
Picture source: www.loriner.co.uk
The Loriner makes and sells bits, bridles, spurs, stirrups, saddle trees and the minor metal items of a horse's harness.
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Site of the Loriners' Trade, 11th - 13th centuries Corporation of London
Londonist writes: "The building was destroyed on Boxing Day 1937 and reopened in 1939. HMV's flagship store moved (slightly) to 150 Oxford Street, but the old address was reacquired in 2013, and re...
Place, Commerce, Music / songs
Charles Harry Price II was born on 1 April 1931 in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, USA. He was the second son of Charles Harry Price (1886-1942) and Virginia Ogden Price (1898-1953). His eld...
Person, Commerce, Politics & Administration, Belgium, USA
Founder of Carnaby Street as world centre for men's fashion in the 1960s. From Glasgow. The V&A hold his archive.
Person, Commerce, Craft / Design, Scotland
Active in 1859. Via JudyGr we found "1794: Langdale Marmaduke & Thomas, Distillers, 26, Holborn", mentioned in Dickens' 'Barnaby Rudge'. A connection seems very likely. 2018: The British Museu...
Person, Benefactor, Commerce
President of the China Town Chinese Association (London).
Person, Commerce, Politics & Administration, Tourism / Traditions, China/Hong Kong