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More exotic jewellery was probably made for wealthy people or as indications of social status.
In some cases people were buried with their jewellery.
It has from very early times also been regarded as a form of personal adornment.
The first pieces of jewellery were made from natural materials, such as bone, animal teeth, shell, wood and carved stone.
In 1846 the business was amalgamated with Willian Sansom & Sons, changing its style to Mappin Brothers.
The partners were Frederick Torpe (left 1859), Edward, Joseph Charles (senior) and John Newton (left 1859), sons of the founder Joseph Mappin. The firm was active at Queens Cutlery Works, 6-10 Bakers Hill, Sheffield and in its shops in London.
In 1901 Maxfield & Sons and the associated businesses of J.& J. Mammat & Sons were converted into a single liability company under the style of J. Maxfield Ltd and in 1908 was reformed as Maxfield & Sons (Silversmiths) Ltd.
MAPPIN BROTHERSSheffield and London The firm was founded in 1810 by Joseph Mappin and became Joseph Mappin & Co in 1841.
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