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Aldis, J., Pimlico, London. Name stamped on late Regency writing desk.
Balls, John & Co.
Bird St and Oxford St, London; cabinet maker, upholder and appraiser (fl.1809–40)
Bancroft, Joseph, Liverpool, cm (1804–37). Recorded at 48 Vernon St, Dale St in 1804; 3 Trinket St in 1810; 3 Fox St, 1811–14; Clayton St, 1818–29; and London Rd, 1835–37. [D] The name ‘I.
Barratt, Wardour St, London. A Regency rosewood cabinet stamped ‘BARRATT WARDOUR STREET’ sold at Sotheby's, 15 June 1984, lot 131.
Bateman, John, Lancaster (1816–33). Named in the Gillow records between 1816–33.
Baxland, Henry & Sons, London, cm (early 19th century). Employed by Sir John Soane to make furniture for the Bank of England in the Regency period. [R. A. Woods, English Furniture in the Bank of England]
Bell, Enniskillen & Cavan, address unrecorded, cm and u. Yew sofa table recorded bearing trade label showing Regency period furniture. [V & A archives]
Bennet(t), Thomas, Totness, Devon, cm and u (1830–38). Recorded at Lower Main St in 1830 and Fore St, 1837–38. Headed invoice showing Regency period furniture and trees framing an inscribed oval is preserved at the MMA, NY. [D; voters’ list]
Best, George, George St, Richmond, Surrey, carpenter, cm, u, paper hanger and undertaker (1822–34). Trade card shows Regency period furniture and drapes framing inscription. [D; Landauer Coll., MMA, NY]
Best, John, St Columb Major, Cornwall, cm, u, general furnishing warehouse, auctioneer and agent to the Royal Exchange Fire Office (1798–1839).
Blain, Arthur, Liverpool, cm (c. 1835). Five late Regency-style mahogany chairs recorded bearing stamps on rails, deeply impressed, ‘A. BLAIN, LIVERPOOL’, the maker, and faintly, ‘C. CHATHAM’, possibly the firm for which he worked.
Boxall, G., address unrecorded (1813 or 15). Pair of Regency parcel gilt cross-framed stools recorded, one bearing signature and date on under-frame. [Sotheby's, 1 March 1983, lot 123; Michael Norman Antiques, Brighton, July 1983]
Brown, Frederick snr, 179 Wardour St West, ‘late 32 Charlotte St.’, London, ‘Practical Carver, Gilder & Picture framer’ (c. 1825). Regency carved giltwood convex mirror with elaborate carved foliage and eagle recorded bearing label.
Brumfitt, Edward, Skipton, Yorks., cm (1827–37). Addresses given at Chancery Lane in 1822; Market Pl., 1828–29; and High St, 1837. Named in the Holy Trinity Church PR in 1827.
Bryson, G., address unrecorded. Set of mahogany Regency dining chairs recorded, with well-shaped sabre legs, reeded frame and concave top rail; stamped ‘G. BRYSON’ on the loose seat and inner frame; but one chair is stamped ‘W.B.’ Similar chairs illus.
Birmingham, Liverpool and London; sculptor, cabinet maker and designer (d.1818)
Burts, —, Torquay, Devon, cm and u (c. 1820). Regency rosewood marble-top table with anthemion pillars and concave base recorded bearing label of ‘BURTS, Cabinet Maker & Upholstery Manufacturer TORQUAY’. Possibly Charles William Burt.
Busby, A., address unrecorded. Set of six Regency mahogany rail back chairs with wide satinwood back panels, reeded frames and drop-in seats on sabre legs recorded, stamped ‘A. BUSBY’. [Dreweatt, Watson & Barton auction, 26 January 1983]
Chippendale, Thomas jnr
St. Martin's Lane, London; cabinet maker (b.1749-d.1823)
Clark, John, Kirkbymoorside, Yorks., joiner, cm, toy dealer and ironmonger (1823). In 1823 in Crown Sq. A mahogany tea caddy, cross banded, with brass paw feet and ring handle was sold by Phillips (Leeds), 20 October 1982. In style it looked c.
Coade, Eleanor and her successors, London (1769–c. 1840). Eleanor Coade (b. 1733–d. 1821) made an artificial stone at Narrow Wall, Lambeth, which so successfully imitated natural limestone that it has been mistaken for it ever since.
Corfield, John, 10 Mount St, Grosvenor Sq., London, writing desk and dressing case maker (1829–35).
Cranston, John jnr
Ringwood, Hants.; upholder, cabinet maker and auctioneer (fl.1823–39)
Davies, —, address unrecorded. Late Regency-style folding bagatelle table, c. 1830–40, recorded, mounted on a table with end supports; top edge impressed four times ‘DAVIES’.
Daw, —, Cheapside, London. Label recorded on Regency sarcophagus-shaped tea caddy, c.