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Allin, William, Newark, Notts., cm (1770–88). Insured with the Sun Fire Office in 1776 for a total of £1,000 of which £400 was for utensils and stock.

Brodie, Francis

Lawnmarket and Cowgate, Edinburgh, Scotland; cabinet maker, wright, and glass grinder (b.1708-d.1782)

Brown, James

St Paul's Churchyard, London; upholder and cabinet maker (fl.1747–96).

Bywater, John, Grosvenor St, Bond St, London, cm and u to His Majesty (1803–39). Recorded at 70 Lower Grosvenor St, 1812–39; as Bywater & Goodbarne at no. 10 in 1835, and no. 70, 1836–37; and as Bywater & Co. at no. 70, 1829–39.

Carkeet, Nathaniel

Truro, Cornwall and London; cabinet maker and upholsterer (1797–1820)

Chipchase, Robert & Lambert, Robert

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

Chubb & Son; Chubb & Co.

London; furniture lock smiths, furniture makers (c.1818-1914)

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

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

Cooke, John, Chester, cm (1765–89). Free 18 February 1765 after serving as app. under Philip Prestbury of Chester, cm. By 1771 had set up in business in Eastgate St.

Cork & Goring, Gt Alice St, Goodman's Fields, London, cm and u (1818). Bankrupt 1818 and their stock sold by auction October 1818.

Cray, T., address unknown, chairmaker (c. 1805). A pair of beechwood japanned chairs in the Indianapolis Museum of Art and a set of twelve mahogany dining chairs sold by Phillips on 29 March 1983, lot 64, were stamped ‘T CRAY’.

Dingwall, Alexander, Leicester Fields, Charing Cross, London, upholder and cm (1749–74). Polled at Westminster in 1749.

Elliott, Charles

London; cabinet maker and upholder (fl.1752–d. 1832)

Frost, Daniel, address unrecorded, u (1787–90). Provided furniture for Stoneleigh Abbey, Warks., between 3 April and 22 June 1787, costing £9 6s 4d.

Gillow

Lancaster and London; cabinet makers and upholsterers (fl.c.1730–after 1840)