MAPPIN & WEBB Ltd., Jewellers, Goldsmiths, Silversmiths, and Cutlers, 158-162, Oxford Street, W.; 220, Regent Street, W.; 2, Queen Victoria Street, E.C., London; The Royal Works, Sheffield; and Winsley Works, London. Hours of Business: (London) 9 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. The business of Mappin Brothers, which eventually became incorporated with Mappin & Webb, Limited, was established in 1810. In 1860, John Newton Mappin, one of the partners of Mappin Brothers, left that firm, and, together with the late Mr. Webb, founded the firm of Mappin & Webb. In 1898, for private reasons, the business of Mappin & Webb was converted into a Limited Liability Company, no shares being offered to the public and in 1902 the businesses of Mappin & Webb, Limited, and Mappin Brothers were amalgamated. Present Company was formed in December, 1908, to take over and further develop the business of Mappin & Webb, Limited. Connection: United Kingdom, Foreign, Colonial. Royal Warrants: Silversmiths to His late Majesty King Edward, Her late Majesty Queen Victoria, and to Their Majesties the Kings of Italy, Spain, and Roumania, the King and Queen of Portugal, the Shah of Persia, the Emperor of Japan, the Emperor of Russia, and the King of Siam. Telephones: (Oxford Street), No. 820 Gerrard and No. 7870 Central; (City), No. 757 Bank; (Regent Street), No. 3959 Gerrard; (Sheffield), No. 177. Telegraphic and Cable Addresses: "Mappin, London " (for Oxford Street); "Mappin, Poultry, London "; " Mappin, Regent Street, London "; " Mapwebb, Sheffield." Bankers: Lloyds Bank Limited (Lombard Street, E.C.); Barclay & Co., Ltd. ( 1, Pall Mall East, S.W.); London City & Midland Bank, Ltd. (196, Oxford Street, W.).
Source: Whitaker's Red Book of Commerce or Who's Who in Business - 1914