Public Monuments and Sculpture in Stoke-on-Trent & Newcastle-under-Lyme
Public Monuments and Sculpture in Stoke-on-Trent & Newcastle-under-Lyme
 

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Beehive Panel
at Burslem
 

Location:  Swan Square, Burslem - On the upper fašade of the Lloyds TSB building (now -2006 - a betting shop)
Installed: before 1930  
Commissioned by:
 
Taylors and Lloyds

 

 

 

Description:

A rectangular panel with a relief of a beehive above a garland. The beehive is a symbol of industry and hard work, it was the commercial emblem of the bankers Taylors and Lloyds, the founding partners of Lloyds Bank. The current black horse emblem was adopted in 1930.

 

   

Materials:

Part of work

Material

Dimensions

Panel

Stone 70cm high x 100cm wide x 6cm deep

 

 
Swan Square, Burslem
the Lloyds TSB building (now -2006 - a betting shop)

to the left is The Swan - pubic house


A rectangular panel with a relief of a beehive above a garland.
The beehive is a symbol of industry and hard work

 


Bankers - Taylors and Lloyds,
the founding partners of Lloyds Bank

 

 

Photos: Jan 2006

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questions/comments/contributions? email: Steve Birks

20 January 2006