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Lancaster, Lancs.; cabinet maker (app.1772)
He was William Ormandy's apprentice in 1772. Ormandy is known to have made billiard tables and knife boxes.
London; mahogany knife case maker (fl.1793)
St Paul's Churchyard, London, cabinet maker and upholder (1758–74)
Bijar, Robert and Mary
Dublin, Ireland; japanners and wallpaper sellers (fl.1742-69)
Robert Bijar was recorded in Abbey Street, 1742-9, where he died in 1749. He was succeeded by his widow, Mary.
Carmathen, Wales; cabinet maker (fl.c.1790)
Horsemarket, Warrington, Lancs.; cabinet maker (fl.1796–1808)
Bradley, Robert, Horsemarket, Warrington, Lancs., cm and u (1805–48). Declared bankrupt, Liverpool Mercury, 27 June 1817, but trading again from 1818–48; recorded wrongly as ‘Beadley’ in 1818. Secretaire bookcase, c.
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.
Clay, Henry; W. Clay & Sons; H. Clay
Birmingham and London; japanner and papier-mâché manufacturer (fl.1772–d. 1812)
Dublin, Ireland; upholder and blanket manufacturer (fl.1703-13)
Recorded in Essex Street, 1704-13.
Cox & Son(s); Cox, Sons, Buckley & Company
Southampton Street & Lambeth, London & Thames Ditton, Surrey; church & domestic furniture makers, retailers, carvers and gilders (fl.1853-1935)
London, cabinet maker and upholder (1821–35)
Liverpool, Lancs., and London; upholsterer and interior surveyor (fl.1806–d. 1827).
Bristol; cabinet maker and upholder (fl. 1784–1831)
St Paul's Churchyard, London, cabinet maker, upholder and undertaker (fl. c.1773–97)
London; cabinet maker (1783–93)
Mallet, Francis Peter
48 Clerkenwell Close, Clerkenwell Green, London, cabinet maker and upholder (b. 1729–d. 1799)
Marshall, James jnr, York and Leeds, cm, upholder and appraiser (1755–d.1796). Appears to have run businesses either simultaneously or firstly in Leeds, c. 1755–66, then in York from 1768 until his death in 1796.
Philip Lane, Aldermanbury, London; cabinet maker (fl.1760)
11 Angel Court, Snow Hill, removed to 18 Cow Lane, London; maker of shagreen and mahogany knife cases, tea caddies etc. (1802)
Trade card recorded by Ambrose Heal.
London; upholder and cabinet maker (fl. 1767–1801)