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Beck, Arnold Frederick

 Glassonbury St, Long Acre, London, cabinet maker and musical instrument maker (1763–77)

Betjemann, G. & Sons; George Betjemann Ltd

London; dressing, writing case and fancy furniture makers (fl.1810-c.1910)

Blea, —, Swerford, Oxon., ‘Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer, Carver Gilder, Sign Decoration Painter’ (c. 1830–40). So reads heading of bill which continues ‘Projecting Word Letters carved, Brass Door Plates etc. Neatly Engraved’. [Private coll.]

Brunswick & Co.

Newman Street, London; furniture maker (fl.1862)

Butler, J., Deptford Bridge, London. A folio trolly in the Codrington Lib., Oxford, has a brass tablet engraved with this maker's name.

Channon, John

109 St Martin's Lane, London; cabinet maker (b.1711–d.c.1783)

Channon, T., (fictitious). Misreading by Heal and Edwards, DEF, of initial letter J on engraved brass maker's tablets on the Powderham bookcases.

Clay, Henry; W. Clay & Sons; H. Clay

Birmingham and London; japanner and papier-mâché manufacturer (fl.1772–d. 1812)

Cooper, Henry & John

8 & 9 Great Pulteney Street, London; cabinet makers, art furniture makers, upholsterers and decorators (fl.1845-1886)

Cooper, Joseph, London, carver, gilder, looking-glass maker, cm and u (1761–1828). From 1761 to 1797 at 20 Noble St, Foster Lane.

Copland, Henry, Gutter Lane, Cheapside, London, engraver and designer (1720–d. 1753). Trained as a silver engraver. App. to goldsmiths in 1720 and 1724. His engraved work popularised the Rococo style.

Crouch, Caesar

The Black Swan, south side of St Paul's Churchyard, London; joiner and cabinet maker (fl.1722–63)

Dalrymple, Hugh

London; upholder and undertaker (fl. 1809–c.1829)

Dobson, William

Strand, London; hardware man and stationer, &c. (1797-1847)

Dowbiggin, Frank or Francis

Lancaster, Lancs; cabinet maker (b.1765–d.1832)

Fisher, Jabez Henry, Exeter, Devon, carver and gilder (1826–30). In 1826 he succeeded to the business of Duchemin at 7 High St, adding stationery, art materials, pier tables, cornices, frames and lamps to the stock.

Fowles, Sir Thomas, shop near Temple Bar, London.

Gates, William, St Martin's Lane, London, cm (1774–after 1800). William Gates was a cm who specialized in fine inlay and engraved woodwork.