The story of Isaac Merritt Singer will blow your mind, his wives and lovers his castles and palaces all built on the back of one of the greatest inventions of the 19th century.For the first time the most complete story of a forgotten giant is brought to you by Alex Askaroff.It even has its own trademark and may have been George Whight continuing under his own name selling bought in sewing machines from Newton Wilson & Co.In the unlikely event you're not satisfied with your purchase, return it to us in the same condition you received it for an exchange or refund.“Being in front of a camera allowed me to express myself in a more open and empowered way.”The California girl has been on the global modelling circuit for a while now, in addition to making a few appearances on TV and in film, but has yet to really break out on the big screen. “I get a ton of fan mail and followers on my social media from India, and have been approached a couple times regarding possible Bollywood opportunities. If the right project came up, I would absolutely love to come to India! It was a popular lockstitch and an easy product to sell.Very similar to the Little Wanzer from Hamilton in Canada. Also in 1883 just a year before the end of Whight's business the Pitt Brothers in Liversedge, Yorkshire, produced an identical Prima Donna machine supposedly from their own foundry! Was this coincidence or just a bit of badge engineering which was commonplace in the Victorian era before the Trades Description Act.
Whight might have done the same with is Prima Donna machine.
They imported several machines from German companies.
The business was based near one of Britain's busiest docks and by the railway, they were in the perfect place for import and trade.
The only other possibility is that the Pitt Brothers bought the rights and equipment to carry on making the Prima Donna and Princess sewing machines after Whight had finally closed his business.
Interestingly I have just come across an Excelsior sewing machine clearly marked Geo Whight & Co Holborn Bars, London.