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Aris, John, Balscot, Oxon., cane chairmaker (d. 1761). [Bodleian Lib., index of wills, 19 May 1761]

Atkins, Henry, ‘The Three Crowns’, St Paul's Churchyard, London, cane chairmaker (1723–24). Trade card in Banks Coll., BM.

Baker, Barnard

Covent Garden, London; upholder and cabinet maker (fl.1751–d.

Bartlett, Edward, Russell St, Drury Lane, London, cane chairmaker (1709). [Poll bk]

Bernard, John, London, u (1697–1701). In 1697 supplied to St Paul's, London, ‘12 high fine Russia Leather Chaires, 1 Great Chaire, 50 velvet cushions, 2 great Chaires, frames of walnut finely carved’, the bill totalling £129 12s 6d.

Collins, William & Son

Downley, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire; furniture makers (fl.c.1870-90)

Dryad Furniture

Leicester, Leicestershire; cane furniture makers (fl.1907-1950s)

Emery, James

Carthusian St, Charterhouse, London; cabinet maker, upholder and chair maker (fl.1817–28)

England, Thomas, James St, London, cane chairmaker (1709). [London rate bks] Possibly the Thomas England, chairmaker, who provided six chairs and four ‘banketts’ for the 2nd Duke of Bedford in 1710. [Bedford Office, London]

Farmbrough, Thomas

London; joiner, cane chairmaker (fl.1662-99)

Fuller, John, ‘Three Cane Chairs’, St Paul's Churchyard, London, cane chairmaker (1699). Married Jane Simms at Holy Trinity Church in 1699. [Westminster Ref. Lib., PR]

Gammage (or Gamidge), Robert, ‘The Crown’, two doors above the School, St Paul's Churchyard, London, chairmaker (1710–d. by 1725).

Gibson, Christopher, ‘The King's Arms’, St Paul's Churchyard, London, u (1730–45). In April 1730 he received payment of £4 15s for chairs supplied to the East India Co. for East India House in Leadenhall St. A further £4 was paid by the same Co.

Gillow, James

Lancaster, Lancs., London and Marlborough, Wilts.; cabinet maker (f1. 1746-85)

Goodearl Bros

Mendy Street, High Wycombe, Bucks.; furniture makers (fl.1887-2001)

Grateford, —, the sign of ‘The Castle’, south side of St Paul's Churchyard, London, cane chairmaker (1714). [GL, Sun MS vol. 3, ref. 3905]

Hartland, Richard, at ‘The King's Head’, St Paul's Churchyard, London, cane chairmaker (1717). Insured ‘Warehouse only in Labour in rain yard on Lambeth Hill’ on 10 December 1717. [GL, Sun MS vol. 7]

Hervé, François 

Johns (or John) St, London, cabinet and chair maker (fl.1781–96) 

Hewitt, (or Hewett), Nathaniel, at ‘The Crown & Cushion’, near St Thomas's Gate, Southwark (42 Borough), London, u, appraiser and undertaker (1768–77).

Hibbert, John, London, u (1668–d.1717). Trading in Bartholomew Close by 1717, when he died and was succeeded at this address by his partner, Philip Bodham.

Hudson, Ellin, address unrecorded, joiner and/or chairmaker (1691). Provided a chest of drawers, two armed cane chairs and twelve other chairs, costing a total of £8 2s 6d to Temple Newsam House, Leeds. [Furn. Hist., 1967]

Hudson, Francis, York, joiner (1709–33). Trading in Stonegate in 1729. Son of Francis Hudson, whitesmith; admitted freeman by patrimony in 1709.