Tunbridge Wells Manufacturing Company
The Tunbridge Wells Manufacturing Company was the last of the Tunbridge Ware companies in production in Tunbridge Wells between 1924 & 1927.
They produced a range of small items and were known to exhibit at The Daily Mail Ideal Home Exhibition from 1924-1926. They also inherited some of the topographical blocks, such as Tonbridge Castle, from Hollamby via Boyce, Brown & Kemp.
Typically they produced small unlined boxes, which were frequently stamped with the firm's trade mark, including the name Royal Tunbridge Wells Ware.