These were found by Joaquin Reyes at an old rice mill here in Imus City, Cavite, Philippines. Joaquin states ” As a background, my great-grandfather established that rice mill sometime between 1929 and 1934. Our family operated it for around sixty-five years before closing it down. The mill was abandoned for a number of years before…
These were found by Joaquin Reyes at an old rice mill here in Imus City, Cavite, Philippines.
Unknown manufacturer but highly likely to have been manufactured in Scotland!
(Note – SBH – I have never found a ‘Torpedo’ brick here in Scotland, not even a broken piece. If anyone knows the whereabouts of any then please let me know as I would love to try and source one. Thank you).
Below – (Note – SBH – My own thoughts are that the Torpedo Scotland fire brick may have been made by the Gartcraig Fire Clay Works, By Millerston, Glasgow, who exported globally and on a large scale. The stamp of this brick is very similar in appearance to the Torpedo stamp.)