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Post  Ev Tue 28 Oct - 9:03

Google shows that Halls Industries Ltd began on 13th August 1980 and is still is operation.
Barry Victor Hall and Ursala Heidi Hall are the directors and they are based at 10 Maheke St, St Heliers.
My searches fail to find any of their wares so far .... except for the lamp base that haselnuss has put on the site.

Edits to add that further searching has found their business address and their home address to be one and the same now. Key words they have used are Arts & Crafts, Lighting Sales and Ceramics. Barry Hall is on Linkden as owner/operator of Hall's Industries Ltd.
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Post  teaandcoffee Wed 29 Oct - 0:14

That's good additional info Ev. I will photograph the lamps tomorrow. They are bigger than Haselnuss' one; but it looks like an important part of their production were these traditional types of lamp base.

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