Listed in London telephone directories in 1905/1907 and 1910 as a Metal Manufacturers. By 1945 they had moved and were listed as Kitchen Manufacturer. The syringe (No. 157) uses a Purser drip preventer, but this may have been used under licence. Label on this syringe suggests that Samuel Nye was actually manufacturing syringes.
A Samuel Nye is involved with John Nye and John Barton in patents 1/7/1834 for improvements to pumps and also to stomach pumps.
A partnership involving pump and surgical instrument making consisting of Samuel Nye, Joseph Nye and Chas Thompson was dissolved in 1836.