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Albert E. Jones

English, 1878-1954


Details
Born

1878

Died

1954

Active

England: Birmingham

Occupation or Type

silversmith

Bio

Albert E. Jones (1870-1954) studied at the Central Achool of Arts and Crafts, Birmingham under Edward Taylor and later worked as a Guildman at the Birmingham Guild of Handicrafts. In 1902 he started his business in Windmill Street and then acquired the firm of Jason and Birkett. and its famous trade mark of St. Dunstan. A.E. Jones died in 1954 and the firm was managed by his wife, Adeline Nellie, until 1958 when his son Kennet Crisp Jones took over the business. Later the firm purchased Townshend Ltd and Lanson Ltd.

Gender

Male

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