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London; upholder (fl.1672–1711)
Chipchase, Robert & Lambert, Robert
London; cabinet maker and upholder (fl.1767–88)
Cox, John, London, u (1713–49). In the period 1713–18 at the ‘Iron Balcony’, next door to Lord Craven's in Drury Lane, but by 1734 had moved to The Piazza, Covent Gdn. As early as 1713 he took an app.
Edinburgh, Scotland and 56 Greek St, Soho, London; upholder and cabinet maker (fl.1736-79)
Dishon, John Baptist, address unrecorded, gilder (1759). Gilded the state bed designed by Borra for Stowe, Bucks., now in the Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight, Liverpool.
Faudel & Phillips
London; furniture makers, upholsterers (fl.1851)
Exhibited a state bedstead with fine hangings at the Great Exhibition (illus. Meyer (2006) p. 54).
London; cabinet maker (fl.1766–97)
Girard (or Le Girardy or Girardi), —, address unknown, u (c. 1784). Responsible for the painted state bed at Inveraray Castle, Strathclyde. [C. Life, 8 June 1978, p. 1622]
Hanson, William, address unrecorded, carpenter (1759). Put together the gilded State Bed designed by Borra for Stowe, Bucks., and now in the Lady Lever Art Gallery, Liverpool. [V&A archives]
Hervé, François, Johns (or John) St, London, cm and chairmaker (1781–96).
How, Thomas, Jarman St, corner of Duke St, Westminster, London, u (1710–33). Took out separate insurance policies in 1714–15 on his goods and a house in Brompton, parish of Kensington. [GL, Sun MS vol 3, ref. 3753 and GL, Hand in Hand MS vol. 14, p.
Dublin, Ireland; upholsterer and auctioneer (fl.1730-d.1746)
London; upholder (fl.1710–d.1729)
Mayhew, John (1736–d. 1811) and Ince, William (d. 1804), London, cm.
Moore, James snr
London; interior decorator, cabinet maker, carver and gilder (fl.1790–1839)
Nash, Thomas, ‘The Royal Bed’, Holborn Bridge, London, u (1714–d. 1748). Took out a Sun Insurance policy on 16 July 1714 on goods and merchandise in his house.
London; carver and gilder, furniture and upholstery supplier (fl.1746–67)
‘The Three Golden Chairs’, Strand, London; upholder (1700–d. 1728)
Preston, John junior
Dublin, Ireland; cabinet maker, upholder and auctioneer (fl.1801-45)
Rogers, John, address unrecorded, u (1725). On 26 March 1725 Rogers was paid 1s. for ‘takeing down the Yellow China bed’ at Erddig, Denbighshire. This is possibly the state bed delivered in 1720, and still at Erddig.