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Barefoote, Josiah, London, cm and u (d. 1744). Sale of stock announced in Daily Advertiser, 19 May 1744: ‘The Upholstery & Cabinet Goods of Mr Josiah Barefoote, deceas'd within Two Doors of Durham Yard in the Strand, viz.

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.

Bodham, Philip, ‘The Three Chairs’, Bartholomew Close, West Smithfield, London, u (1719–24). ‘Was partner with the late Mr. John Hibbert, is now remov'd to the next door’, as above.

Bridgman, Thomas, address unrecorded, u (1768).

Buck, Ann

at ‘The Queen's Head’, Holborn, near Hatton Garden, London; dealer in furniture and upholstery (1741–50)

Chipchase, Robert & Lambert, Robert

London; cabinet maker and upholder (fl.1767–88)

Clarke, J.

High Wycombe, Bucks.; chair maker (fl.1893-1978)

Clarke, R. & W.

40 & 41 Grand Parade, Cork, Ireland; cabinet makers (fl.1883)

Coleman, Charles

Dublin, Ireland; upholsterer and blanket manufacturer (fl.1733-d.1759)

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)

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)

Duplain, Claude

Dublin, Ireland; upholder, furniture seller, Toyman and Laceman (fl.1740-69)

Recorded at the sign of the Blue Door at the lower end of Fleet Street, 1740-60; Ussher's Quay, 1762-9.

Eagles, T. F., 18 King St, Covent Gdn, London, manufacturer of paper tea trays to their Majesties and the Royal Family (1813–25). Eagles succeeded to the premises and business of Henry Clay between 1810–13.

Edwards, T. & Sons

High Street, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire; cabinet makers & upholsterers (fl.1884)

Evans, Cadwalader, address unrecorded, cm (1724–30). Carried out much jobbing and general repair work for the Monson family. Bills to Lady Mary Saunderson submitted between 1724–30 totalled £85 0s 11d, and refer generally to furniture repairs.