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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, Elizabeth

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

Burton

Stamford, Lincolnshire; carver and gilder (fl. c.1826–32)

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

Collinson and Lock

London; furniture makers, upholsterers, decorators and retailers (fl.1870-1897)

Felster, John

Dublin, Ireland; upholder and auctioneer (fl.1698-1701)

Recorded ‘…over against Mrs Lucas's Coffee House under the Cork Change on Cork Hill’, 1698-1701.

Ferguson, Mary, address unrecorded, cm or furniture dealer (1686).

Grendey, Giles

London; cabinet maker (b.1693–d.1780)

Born in Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, Giles Grendey was the son of William and Anne (neé Hall) Grendey.

Halfehide, Thomas

Fleet Street, London; cabinet maker (fl.1690-1723)

Jensen, Gerrit

Long Acre and St Martin's Lane, London; cabinet maker (fl.c.1667–d.1715)

Kohn, Jean-Baptiste

170 Pentonville Road, London; bamboo furniture maker (b.1855-d.1921)

Model & Co.

London; bamboo furniture manufacturers; blind makers; artists in stained glass (fl.1881-1900)

Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co., later Morris & Co.

London; designers, makers, artists and upholsterers of furniture (fl.1861-c.1944)

Nash, Robert, address unknown (1759–65).

Nix, George

Covent Garden, London; cabinet maker (fl.1691–51)

Parker, Thomas

London; cabinet maker and buhl manufacturer (fl. 1805–34)

Perrin, Henry, London, cm and upholder (1724–37). At ‘The Japan'd Cabinet and Clock’, Fleet Ditch 1724–32. His trade card [Banks Coll., BM] shows his trade sign, with representations of a long case clock and japanned cabinet on an elaborate stand.

Ratcliffe, John, York, cm (1740–67). Recorded at Coney St in 1740; Low Ousegate in 1743; ‘next Door to the Sign of the Blue Anchor upon Ouse Bridge’ in 1746; and in St Helen's parish, 1759–67.