Jennens and Bettridge
Jennens and Bettridge (a partnership between Theodore Hyla Jennens, John Bettridge (snr), Aaron Jennens and John Bettridge (jnr) and later only A. Jennens and J. Bettridge (jnr))  (fl. 1815-1864) were highly regarded for producing quality papier-mâché wares. They acquired the workshops of Henry Clay, Japanner to George III and the Prince of Wales, in 1816. Their original premises were in Birmingham and they started a London branch at 3 West Halkin Street, Belgravia in 1837. Later offices were established in Paris and New York.
- Ray Still "Workshop of the World: Birmingham's Industrial Legacy" The History Press 2006
- "Aaron Jennens and T.H. Bettridge (fl. 1815-1864) , The Four Courts, Dublin | Christie's". Christies.com. Retrieved 2017-03-20.
- "Curvaceous Papier mâché caddy with chinoiserie decoration stamped Jennens & Bettridge, circa 1845". Hygra.com. Retrieved 2017-03-20.
- "Papier Mache and Mother of Pearl Tray on Stand at 1stdibs". 1stdibs.com. Retrieved 2017-03-20.
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