Maker: Walker & Hall
W&H - Sheffield - 1964
Another piece from the Berkel Quota Club, but with a different logo:
Maker: Turner & Simpson
T&S - Birmingham - 1962
This particular piece was retailed through Bravingtons London:
In 1898, W.A. Van Berkel, a butcher in Rotterdam of the Netherlands, invented a way to slice more meat to better serve his customers. The result of his innovation was the world's first meat-slicing machine. . By 1907, Berkel machines were being used in England, Belgium, France, Russia, China, Mexico and Canada.
Moving on fifty years, the Berkel sales force were members of the Berkel Quota Club, a motivating scheme that offered prizes to the company's most successful salesmen, hence the BQC logo shown above.