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Alexander, –, address unrecorded (1748). On 13 June 1748 £6 6s was paid by Mrs Bowes to ‘Alexander for a pair of branches lackered’. [Durham RO, D/St/V1488–90]

Bell, —, address unrecorded, cm (c. 1750–75). Mahogany Master's armchair with full padded back, surmounted by shield with bacchus head, scrolled arms, and cabriole leg with scroll foot recorded from Vintners’ Hall, London. [V & A archives]

Bell, Elizabeth

‘The White Swan’, against the South Gate, St Paul's Churchyard, London, cabinet maker (1740–c. 1758).

Bertram, William; Bertram & Son

London; upholsterer, looking glass maker, carver, gilder and cabinet maker (fl.1839-1902)

Brown, James

St Paul's Churchyard, London; upholder and cabinet maker (fl.1747–96)

Burton, —, Stamford, Lincs., carver and gilder (c. 1826–32). Trade card reads: ‘CARVER, GILDER, Looking Glass and Picture Frame Maker, Bookbinder &c. Glasses polished and silvered. Frames made to Pattern. Old Frames Regilt.

Chisholme, Thomas, 7 Gt Pulteney St, London, cm (1773–93). Subscribed to Sheraton's Drawing Book, 1793.

Clinch, Thomas, ‘The Clock Case’, Long Alley, Moorfields, London, clock case maker and japanner (c. 1730)

Collier, Francis, Stafford, cm (1778). A Queen Anne style walnut chair with a solid splat back and cabriole legs with a drop-in seat is known stamped ‘F. COLLIER’. Bankruptcy announced, Leicester Journal, 7 March 1778.

Collinson and Lock

London; furniture makers, upholsterers, decorators and retailers (fl.1870-1899)

Dodgson, George, address unrecorded. William IV mahogany library chair recorded, of eccentric design with saddle-shaped seat and rounded back of Windsor influence, twisted spindle splats, shaped toprail and cabriole legs; stamped George Dodgson.

Dubourdieu, A. & Clark, Z.

at ‘The Three Chairs’, Cannon Street, near the London Stone, London; upholsterer, appraisers and undertakers (c.1740)

Durant, I., address unrecorded. Three late 18th-century part-gilt cabriole chairs in the French taste from Newton Park, Bristol, recorded bearing stamp of ‘I. DURANT’ on seat rails. [Sotheby's 9 May 1941, lot 145]

Elliott, John, High St, Leicester, cm, chairmaker, joiner and turner (b. 1713 — emigrated to America 1753). Elliott, a Quaker, was born 8 August 1713 in Bolton, Lancs, and after being app.

Ellison, Thomas, Liverpool, u (1767–96). Addresses given in High St, 1767–73; 22 Sparling St, 1787; and no. 39 in 1796. [D] Advertised a lottery of his furniture at Sparling St in Williamson's Liverpool Advertiser, 13 September 1790.