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Byfield, Thomas, Soho, London, carver and gilder (1793–1827). Recorded in partnership with James Byfield at 16 Wardour St in 1793 and alone at 39 Old Compton St, 1809–25.
Clackson, William, Ditch Side, St Bride's, London, u (1709–15).
Fell, Joseph, Half Mood Inn Yd, Bigg Mkt, Newcastle, cm (1816). Sale by Joseph Fell of stock of ‘an eminent CABINET-MAKER’ declining business, announced in Durham County Advertiser, 29 June 1816.
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.
Le (or La) Grange, —, London, u (1674–75). Upholsterer to the Royal Household in the reign of Charles II.
Morel, Nicholas and Morel & Hughes, Robert
London; cabinet maker and upholder (fl.1790–d.1831)
Morgan & Sanders
16 and 17 Catherine St, Strand, London; cabinet maker and upholder (fl.1801–20)
‘The Three Golden Chairs’, Strand, London; upholder (1700–d. 1728)
London; cabinet maker and upholder (b. 1750–1825)
Russell, John, London, chairmaker, joiner, u and cm (c.1773–1822). Employed by the Crown between 1773 and 1822, and was chairmaker to the King.
Ryland, A., address unrecorded. Charged £72 for ‘covering a chair, footstool and cushion set on ye throne in Westminster Abbey — for 8 yds. of wich gold and blue brocard at £9.’ [V&A archives]
Sanders & Colbron, address unknown, u (1819–20). Undertook removals, cleaning and repairs at Brighton Pavilion in 1819, and supplied a canopy, chair and footstools for the Duke of Wellington, Ambassador to the Court of France in 1820.
Thompson, Messrs, St James St, Liverpool, cm (1813).
Tomlin, Robert, 61 Hanover St, Liverpool, cm (1820). Sale of stock by Taylor & Pinnington of Church St, on Tomlin's ‘going to reside in London’, advertised in Liverpool Mercury, 7 April 1820.
139 New Bond St, London; upholder and cabinet maker to their Majesties (fl. 1809–45)
Vallance, John & Evans, Samuel
address unrecorded; joiners and chairmakers (fl. 1823–26)
Whitby, John, London, joiner (1660–67). Although described as a joiner he appears to have specialised in chair making and was a frequent supplier to the Royal family in the early years of Charles II's reign.
Dunfermline, Scotland; wright (fl.1796)