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

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.
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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