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London; upholder (fl.1672–1711)
Bott, Thomas, London, cm and u (1816–39). Addresses given at 10–11 Gt Portland St, Oxford St 1816–31, and 28 Margaret St, 1832–39. [D] Supplied furniture to Streatlam Castle, Co. Durham, receipts for which are dated July 1829 and January 1830.
Burnell, C. & Fox, John, London, cm, upholders, appraisers and undertakers, successors to William Lamb (1809–25). Trading at 9–10 Jewin St, Cripplegate, 1809–19; and 46–47 Newgate St, 1820–25.
Burnett, Thomas, Strand, London, u and cm (1744–74). Recorded at ‘The King's Arms, against the New Church in the Strand’, 1747–66, and no. 61 Strand, 1760–74. [D] In partnership with Gilbert Burnett, 1747–74.
Bath, Som.; upholder and cabinet maker (fl.1765–1778)
Edinburgh, Scotland and 56 Greek St, Soho, London; upholder and cabinet maker (fl.1736-79)
Dowbiggin(g) or Dowbiggen, Thomas
Elward, George & Marsh, William
Fogg, J., London, chinaman to His Majesty (1824–28). Trading at 150 Regent St, 1826–28. Submitted a bill to Lord Gwydir for work done between 2 March 1824 and 15 April 1826, totalling £177 15s 8d.
Gordon, John and Taitt, John and Richard
London; cabinet maker, upholder and carver (b.1729–d. 1796)
Mayhew, John (1736–d. 1811) and Ince, William (d. 1804)
London; cabinet makers (1758/59–1804)
Morris, Robert, at ‘The Golden Lyon’, Cornhill, London, ‘Royal Upholsterer Extraordinary’ (1660–70).
Wardour St, London; upholsterer, cabinet maker, decorator, appraiser, agent, undertaker (b.1760-d.1829)
London; carver and gilder, furniture and upholstery supplier (fl.1746–67)
Edinburgh, Scotland; cabinet maker and wright (fl.1713-1772)
Price, Richard, St Martin's Lane, London, joiner and u (1670– d.1683). Supplied considerable quantities of furniture to the royal palaces during the reign of Charles II.
Soho Sq., London; upholder and tapestry-maker (b. 1722–d.1771)
Seddon, George I
Aldersgate St, London; cabinet maker (fl. 1753–d.1801)
Tucker, John, at ‘The Angel’, Houndsditch, London, upholder (1752–55). Notice in Daily Advertiser, 28 February 1752 given of sale of ‘Twelve Mahogany French-fashioned Elbow Chairs, on Castors, with Check Cases …’.