Search our furniture makers database, comprising multiple sources.
Displaying 1 - 25 of 29
Bastard, Thomas, John and William
Bastien, Jas. Joseph
London; japanned & deal furniture manufacturer (fl.1871-86)
The 1871 Kelly’s Post Office Directory listed Bastien at 1 Helmet Row & Howard’s Buildings, London.
10 St Paul's Churchyard, London, upholder and cabinet maker (fl.1754–75).
Lancaster, Lancs.; trade not specified (fl.1784-86)
He is recorded in the Gillow Archive 1784-86. He purchased red deal and oak from Gillow for which he paid cash in 1784.
Norwich & Fakenham, Norfolk; upholder and cabinet maker (fl.1788-94)
Carmarthen, Wales; cabinet maker and upholsterer (b.1781-d.1855)
Lampeter, Wales; cabinet maker, upholsterer and French polisher (fl. 1914)
Address not stated; furniture maker (fl.1861)
at ‘The Golden Head’, 50, corner of Tower Royal, Watling St, London, removed from 143 Fleet St, carver, gilder and picture frame maker (fl. c.1770)
Worcester, Worcestershire; cabinet maker, upholsterer and fancy chair manufacture, carver, gilder, auctioneer & appraiser (fl.1820-58)
Lancaster, Lancs.; cabinet maker (b.1753-d.1818)
Narberth, Pembrokeshire, Wales; cabinet maker (fl.c.1880-90)
A deal dresser from the workshop of Hubert Thomas of Narberth has been recorded inscribed: ‘MADE BY TOMMY GRIFFITH At HV Thomas Redberth Street Nayberth’.
Tal-y-bont, Cardiganshire, Wales; joiner (fl.c.1850-70)
Jacob, Isaac & Co.
London; cabinet maker, looking glass & picture frame maker, maker of work boxes, tea caddies & dressing cases (fl.1871-86)
Lampeter, Wales; cabinet maker, upholsterer and picture frame maker (fl. 1900)
Lindsay or Linsey, Thomas
Morlet (Morlett), Arthur
Dublin, Ireland; cabinet maker and upholder (fl.1789-92)
Recorded at 62 South Great George’s Street, 1789-92.
Eyton, Denbighshire, Wales: joiner (fl. 1686)
Runyard, F. J.
1½ Gloucester Street, Regent’s Park, London; cabinet maker (fl.1879)
Spencer & Co.
London; school & institutional furniture makers (fl.1883-4)
Narberth, Pembrokeshire, Wales; cabinet maker, paperhanger and undertaker (fl.c.1880-90)