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Grid Iron - T. & C. Clark & Co., England Object Reg. No: ST 019028

Summary:
Alternative Name(s): Grid-iron

Metal grid iron, originally enamelled. Found in house in Prahran, occupied by donor's grandfather, aunts and uncles since the 1850s. No record of when grid-iron was made or used. Made by T. & C. Clark & Co., Wolverhampton, England.

T. & C. Clark & Company Limited was founded in 1795 by Thomas and Charles Clark. Based at Shakespeare Foundry, Wolverhampton, it became one of the largest foundries in the area.
Description:
Round revolving concave grid with trough bars delivering the liquid fat to a central depression from which it flows along channelled handle to small semi- spheroid saucer in the handle.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from S. Phillips, 1931
Discipline: Technology

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Tagged with: cooking equipment, grid irons
Themes this item is part of: Domestic & Community Life Collection
Primary Classification: DOMESTIC LIFE
Secondary Classification: Cooking
Tertiary Classification: equipment
Inscriptions: Marked "T. & C. Clark's Patent Enamelled no.2".
Maker: T. & C. Clark, Wolverhampton, England, Great Britain

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