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Argles, Edward, Maidstone, Kent, then London, u and cm (1795–1813). Son of Thomas Argles. Traded from an address in High St, Maidstone until 1810. On 22 September 1804 took app. named George Johnson for seven years at a premium of £80.
Audley, William jnr & John
Baines, Abraham & Son, Ludgate St, 1 St Paul's Churchyard, London, cabinet and upholstery warehousemen (1811–28). Named as Baines & Son in directories between 1822–28.
Balls, John & Co.
Bird St and Oxford St, London; cabinet maker, upholder and appraiser (fl.1809–40)
Barratt, Wardour St, London. A Regency rosewood cabinet stamped ‘BARRATT WARDOUR STREET’ sold at Sotheby's, 15 June 1984, lot 131.
Barton, J., address unrecorded. Inlaid rosewood sofa table recorded signed ‘J. Barton May 17 1822’. [C. Life, 12 June 1969, advert. of Meyrick Neilson, Tetbury]
Bayles, William, Market Pl., Barnard Castle, Co. Durham, joiner and cm (1827–39). A bill of 22 July 1839 lists items supplied for Wemmergill, North Yorks.: ‘2 swing glasses tray bott.
Bayley, Blew & Chapman, 17 Cockspur St, London, dressing case makers and Perfumers to His Majesty and H R H Duke of York, (1829–35).
Benson, W. A. S.
London; metalwork designer & manufacturer (b.1854-d.1924)
Bettridge, Josh., ‘Worcester Wharf, top of Severn St, Birmingham, English and Foreign Timber Merchant, Mahogany and Rose Wood Veneers, Wood Turner, Carver Bedstead Pillar Manufacturer’ (1838).
Blades, Thomas, London, cm and u (1774–1822). Trading in St James's Mkt, 1774; 114 Jermyn St, 1790–93; and 177 Piccadilly, 1804–22. In partnership with his son from 1799–1802, and with Palmer, 1803–22.
Boon, John, 9 Duke St, Liverpool, with shop at 1 Waterloo Pl., Church St, cm and u (1827). Declared bankrupt, Liverpool Mercury, 25 May 1827.
Bott, Thomas, London, cm and u (1816–39). Addresses given at 10–11 Gt Portland St, Oxford St 1816–31, and 28 Margaret St, 1832–39. [D] Supplied furniture to Streatlam Castle, Co. Durham, receipts for which are dated July 1829 and January 1830.
Bowden, —, Chester, cm (1831). Account bks at Erddig, Clwyd, list two rosewood trays costing 7s 6d supplied to Mrs Yorke in 1831.
Bradley, T., address unrecorded (c. 1820). Rosewood chairs with cane seats, c. 1820, recorded stamped ‘T. BRADLEY’. [V & A archives]
Brown, John Cossons, Market Pl., Blandford, Dorset, cm, u and designer (1836–40). Took app. named Cornelius Weaver Doe in 1836 for five years at a charge of £95 including food and lodging.
Brown, W., 6 Gt George St, Liverpool, cm and u (1832–34). Advertised in Liverpool Mercury, 18 May 1832, that he ‘has removed from 41 St. James Street to No. 6 Great George Street’. Sale of stock announced, same paper, 2 May 1834, ‘of Mr. W.
Brown, William, 127 Edward St, and 89 St James's St, Brighton, Sussex, cm and builder (1820–27). Probably home address also given at Mulberry Sq. in 1820. Sale of ‘the remaining part of Mr.
Bul(l)man, Robert, Leeds, Yorks., cm, u, undertaker and patent mangle maker (1783–1848). Addresses given ‘Opposite Old Bank’, Briggate in 1783; no.
Burcham, Peter, London, carver, cm, chairmaker, undertaker and appraiser (1754–63). Trading at the Cabinet Warehouse, Fleet Mkt, 1755–63, and also near Holborn Bridge, 1763.
Burts, —, Torquay, Devon, cm and u (c. 1820). Regency rosewood marble-top table with anthemion pillars and concave base recorded bearing label of ‘BURTS, Cabinet Maker & Upholstery Manufacturer TORQUAY’. Possibly Charles William Burt.
Caldecott, William Edward
Cashen, Henry, Liverpool, carver and gilder (1827–35). Son of William Cashen. Admitted freeman, 19 February 1827. Address initially 77 Whitechapel, but by 1832 in partnership with his brother Edward at Adelaide Buildings, Ranelagh Pl.
109 St Martin's Lane, London; cabinet maker (b. 1711–d. c. 1783)