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Metzner, W. M., Greenwich, London, carver and gilder (1839). Recorded as W.M. jnr at Stockwell St in 1839. [D] Frame recorded bearing trade label, c.1840, which reads: ‘FANCY, GILT & LOOKING-GLASS FRAME MAKER, HOUSE AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER, &c.
Seneschal, J., address unknown, u (1786). Undertook work at Audley End, Essex under the direction of Chipchase & Lambert, u. Seneschal charged £35 13s 6d on 8 May 1786 for embroidery on bed hangings, chairs and stools. [V&A archives]
Soundy, Benjamin, 26 Gracechurch St or 5 Clements Lane, Lombard St, London, u and cm (1770–88). Son of Benjamin Soundy of Virginia St, Wapping, Gent. Benjamin Soundy jnr was free of the Upholders’ Co.
St George, John, London (?), upholder (1685). In 1685 submitted an account to Lord Petrie of Ingatstone Hall, Essex for furniture, upholstery, embroidery, looking-glasses etc. totalling £555 7s 11½d. [Essex RO, D/DP A164A]