Falkirk Brass Foundry Co 1888-1890
Falkirk Brass & Sanitary Engineering Co Ltd 1901-
Sites & Monuments Record
|Lady’s Mill||SMR 679||NS 896 802|
See Ladysmill Foundry.
1880s: Cleaned, polished and lacquered ornamental brass work.
1890: On sale as a going concern, but buildings acquired in 1892 by Charles MacDonald of Alloa for use as a tobacco pipe manufactory.
1899: Falkirk Brass & Sanitary Co established and the building at Lady’s Mill again used. Made brass fittings for baths, lavatories, public houses, etc. Alexander Munro-Brown of Glasgow junior partner.
1906: New offices and stores.
1930s: A.M. Brown, managing director.
1950: Munro-Brown died in January.
A member of the National Hardware Alliance.
Fire hose couplings, hot-water towel rails.