International Archaeological Reports since 1974

The Historical Archaeology of the Sheffield Cutlery and Tableware Industry 1750-1900

£25.00
Editors:
James Symonds with contributions from Victoria Beauchamp and Joan Unwin and foreword by John C. Bramah, Master Cutler
Publication Year:
2002
Language:
English
Paperback:
138pp, Includes 77 figures, maps, plans, drawings, photographs, 5 tables list of sites
ISBN 10:
1841714585
ISBN:
9781841714585
BAR number:
B341
Sub-series name:
ARCUS Studies in Historical Archaeology, 1
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BOOK DESCRIPTION
“'Made in Sheffield'” still carries a huge amount of credibility, both nationally and abroad. These pages chronicle the history of the men and women who originally gave these three simple words their standing in the world today.” This volume is the firstin a new series of studies in historical archaeology. Bringing together the work of archaeologists, historians and others, this publication examines the Sheffield cutlery industry - from Chaucer's time and before, right up to the present day.