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1851 Exhibition amongst apprenticed to John apprenticeship arms and crest became boilers borrowed the pickle-fork Bowie carbon steel chromium plated Coach fare Company craftsmen crest granted cudery Customs Cutler of Stannington cutlery trade cutte a haire died early export factory family of Wolstenholme father firm fishing forks—usually two-pronged George Darley Henry Hudson Henry WOLSTENHOLME high class cutlery Holmesfield Horsley Gate House of Wostenholm I*XL J. B. Thomas J. C. Wing James Bowie John Darwent Kenwood Lancashire last George Wostenholm liver and draw London Managing Director Master Cutler name Wolstenholme original pair of knives partnership Pen Knives penknife pocket knives premises present razor Rochdale Rockingham Ruston says—"Sheffield scissors second George Wostenholm seventeenth century Sharrow Sheffield Botanical Gardens Sir John Wolstenholme skill spelling spoons stainless steel Stanmore Stannington table knives third George Wostenholm Thomas Dalison thywtel town Trade Mark Washington whilst Wolsten word Spring workmanship workmen York