1806 by James Dixon in conjunction with Thomas Smith in Silver Street, Sheffield.
In 1824 they moved to Cornish Place, a large site, which enabled them to expand and develop the workshops, casting shops, offices and warehouses.
In 1823 Thomas Smith withdrew and William Frederick Dixon, the eldest son of James, joined the firm.
In 1830, the firm began making silver and plated goods at Cornish Place by acquiring the firm Nicholson, Ashforth and Cutts. & Howson Hayne & Cater Hennell family Holland Aldwinckle & Slater Horton & Allday Hukin & Heath W. Jamieson Lambert & Co Lamerie Latham & Morton Levi & Salaman C.
Executive Chef Mark Dixon, previous 'EDP Norfolk Chef of the Year', and his team are ready to welcome you to Kindreds and for you to experience good, locally sourced food with provenance.In the 1850s, several new buildings were constructed in Cornish Place to accommodate a stamp shop, showrooms, plating shops for the electro-plate processes and more warehouse space. Dixon & Sons Dobson & Sons Eley family Elkington & Co Emes family Fattorini & Sons Fox family Garrard & Co S. The firm exhibited at the Great Exhibition in 1851, being awarded several prizes in different classes for silver and Britannia metal. Juan Dixon, after helping the Terrapins win the NCAA National Championshiop in 2002, playing pro basketball in the NBA and overseas, and working for Maryland as a special assistant for the past three season, will not be returning to the team for a fourth.(Baltimore Sun video) Juan Dixon, after helping the Terrapins win the NCAA National Championshiop in 2002, playing pro basketball in the NBA and overseas, and working for Maryland as a special assistant for the past three season, will not be returning to the team for a fourth.When James Willis Dixon, the second son of James, joined the firm the name was changed to James Dixon & Sons.