Hulme Got There Before Evian

13 Nov

Slack & Brownlow  ceramic water filer and lid. Courtesy V. Jones.

This is a Victorian ceramic water filter by Slack & Brownlow of Canning Works, which was based on Upper Medlock Street in Hulme.

The filter dates from the late 19th century around 1880.

More details on the history of the water filter will be updated very soon.

Slack & Brownlow  ceramic water filer – front. Courtesy V. Jones.

Slack & Brownlow  ceramic water filer – back. Courtesy V. Jones.

Slack & Brownlow ceramic water filer – inside. Courtesy V. Jones.

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2 Responses to “Hulme Got There Before Evian”

  1. E. Jackson June 21, 2014 at 10:41 am #

    Interested in the product. What will the price be

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    • historyme June 21, 2014 at 11:00 am #

      Hi. Nice to hear from you. Unfortunately I do not know the value.

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