Brazier (disambiguation)

Brazier (disambiguation)

Brazier may refer to:
* Brazier, the container to hold hot coals
* Brazier, a worker in brass
* Brazier (burger), a brand name of Dairy Queen

* Brazier is also a family name, with representatives including:
** Alan Brazier, Vax brand products
** Arthur M. Brazier, pastor
** Colin Brazier, TV news reporter
** Graham Brazier, New Zealand musician
** Jeff Brazier (British TV personality)
** Joseph Brazier (gun-locksmiths and shotgun manufacturers)
** Julian Brazier (British MP)
** Phil Brazier, footballer
** Robert H. B. Brazier, d. 1837, English surveyor in the United States
** William Brazier, 1755-1829, cricketer

See also

* Brasier
* Brassiere

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