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Jackson & Graham (1836-40)

Jackson & Graham, 37 and 38 Oxford St, London, cm and u (1836–40). One of the leading furniture makers of the Victorian period but in business at 37 Oxford St by June 1836. An invoice dated 14 June 1836 in the Museum of London is for a French polished rosewood sofa at £19 and other items. A trade card of this early period, giving the address as 37 and 38 Oxford St shows an engraving of the exterior of their premises and states their trade as ‘Upholsterers, Carpet Manufacturers, Furniture Printers and Interior Decorators’. [D; Museum of London, Z1704/190; Westminster Ref. Lib., Gardener Box 63 10A]

The original entry from Dictionary of English Furniture Makers, 1660-1840 can be found at British History Online.