GEORGE WISHDenmark Works, Norfolk Lane, later, Denmark Works, Burgess Street, Sheffield, and 106, Hatton Garden, London
George Wish - Sheffield - 1879GEORGE WISH, Denmark Works, Sheffield, England. Silverware. Electro-plated Silverware, Flatware and other articles usually made by Silversmiths. Letters: "G.W.S." on a shield. 9th March, 1908.
Source: Canadian Patent Office Record
- 1908APOLOGY.—INFRINGEMENT OF TRADE MARK “ FAIRY." Denmark Works, Norfolk-lane, Sheffield.
To Mr. Samuel Clarke,
Sir,- I beg to express my regret for having infringed your registered trade mark in the title “ Fairy " connected with lamps, by the sale under that name of a spurious lamp, not of your manufacture; and in consideration of your not instituting any proceedings against me in respect of such infringement I undertake for the future not to sell, or offer for sole, any lamps, except of your manufacture, under that name.
You are at liberty to publish this apology as you may think flt.
Dated 24th December, 1886.
- 10th February 1887
For details of the earlier firm of Sampson & Wish, see: viewtopic.php?f=38&t=14790&p=147889#p147889
George Wish entered marks at the London and Sheffield assay offices.
George Wish died aged 82 in 1928 and was buried at the Sheffield General Cemetery.