No mention of the firm Ramsay in I Turner article, but I did come across these snippets of information on the web. Which maybe!! the firm that supplied Moncrieff Glassworks with the Krinks light fittings.
I am at a bit of a dead end uncovering any more info on the S Krinks of Birmingham, can any member give me a clue where I should look next.
This notice was posted in The London Gazette, 11th of November 1892
NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership heretofore
subsisting between us the undersigned,
Samuel Krinks and John Pyne, carrying on business
together in co-partnership, at 235 and 236, Icknield street,
in the city of Birmingham, as* Electro-Plate
Manufacturers, under the style or firm of Krinks and
Pyne has this day been dissolved by mutual consent.
The business will henceforth' be carried on by the said
Samuel Krinks alone, by whom all debts due to and
owing from the said late firm will be received and paid.
—Dated this 3rd day of November, 1892.
This was posted in The London Gazette 15th October 1968
Name of Company: SAMUEL KRINKS & SONS LIMITED.
Nature of Business: METAL STAMPERS AND PRESSERS.
Address of Registered - Office: Soho Pool Works,
Hocktey,, Birmingham 19.
Liquidator's Name and Address: John Albert! Evans,
38 Great Charles Street, Birmingham 3.
Date of Appointment: 23rd September 1968.
By whom Appointed: Members.