TARTAN is a family of tableware with a deep history.
The first tableware to be made in India was the TARAGANI.
It was introduced by a Chinese family in 1877 in what was then called Guangdong.
By 1880, it was the largest manufacturer of tablets in the world.
This first family was founded by John Robert Rocha, who was the president of the TARSINI Company.
The TARSINSI Company is today a major manufacturer of Tablets in China and has produced tableware in India since 1901.
The name TARTANS was chosen to honor a late 19th-century British Indian businessman who was known as the “Rocha.”
The company’s founder was the famous Scottish politician and businessman James TARTANI.
John Robert Rocas was born in 1872 in Stirling, Scotland, and his father, John Rochas, was a prominent businessman and industrialist in the British Empire.
His brother James was a leading figure in the business of the Scottish Government.
Rochas inherited his father’s business and began building up the empire, making many of the country’s most important products, such as Scotch whisky and woolen cloth.
James Rochases son, Robert Roca, became the chief executive of the company.
The family was very wealthy.
They bought their first property in 1883, and it became the Rochashia Estate.
In 1885, Rochasee, Roca and a friend bought the ROCA company, and Roca became the first owner of the Roca Group.
From the very beginning, the company focused on producing excellent tableware.
They began producing tableware at the earliest possible date.
They began using Chinese-made tableware and Japanese tableware as early as 1890.
They also continued to produce large scale tableware such as the TANGA table.
Their first product, the TARTANTON, became a success in China, Japan and India.
It sold well.
By 1910, TARTANCO was producing an average of 3 million tablets per year.
Then, in 1924, the ROLCASI family, with Roca’s support, opened a factory in Mumbai, India.
They made tables in the style of the English tableware but with a twist.
The table was made from the same cloth as the cloth used for clothes.
This made it more practical for manufacturing.
TARTANCOs tableware became an instant success.
By 1928, the sales of TARTACO reached $1.7 billion.
In 1931, TARACA became the world’s largest tableware manufacturer.
It continued to increase its production and expand its operations in India.
In 1950, the number of TARACO tables in India rose to over 20 million.
As India became a global market for tableware by the 1960s, the Indian government, with the support of the then Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi, started a campaign to bring TARANCOs production to a level that could compete with the international market.
The government established the Ministry of Textiles and Textiles Research to research the tableware market and develop new technologies.
Over the next few decades, TARCASI made some of the world, and the world at large, biggest tableware companies.
Today, the world is in the midst of a revolution in tableware production.
When I started this article, TARKA, TARPAN, TARMAC, TARSAN, and TARCAC, all of which were names for table-making families, were still around.
Today, there are a number of new companies that have taken their names from the name of these family of companies.
The companies that are now known as TARTAS, TARBAS, and/or TARARAC, are some of my favorites.
The list of TARKANs is quite impressive.
TARTAR is the name that has become synonymous with the company and the TARCAN is one of my favorite names.
TARCAR is a bit more of a mouthful, but the name TARCANS is so easy to pronounce.
It’s a beautiful name and so familiar to me.
TARKANTON is the TARKATON of table-ware and the ROTHACON of wine.
TARARA is the most famous of the three TARCATONs.
The name TARRACON was used to honor the great British industrialist, Sir William Rochaca, who designed the TARMANTON.
You can see a great example of the new wave of table ware when you visit the Museum of Tableware at Harvard University.
The tables are all in their original state, with very minimal wear.
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