Manning Bowman & Co. was founded in 1832 in Middletown, Connecticut and later moved to Meridien, Connecticut. The company originally produced kitchenware that was made out of tin but later turned to producing a variety of Art Deco kitchenware, barware and electrical applicances made out of chrome and other metals. The company ceased its operations following WWII.

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