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Anning, John, Broad St, Lyme Regis, Dorset, cm and u (1829–40). Married a Miss Reader of Lyme in December 1829. Inscription recorded on drawer of mahogany bow-front toilet mirror: ‘Mr. John Anning Cabinet maker Lyme 1833 Dorset’.
Bell, Philip, St Paul's Churchyard, London, cm and upholder (1758–74). Successor to Elizabeth Bell and almost certainly her son. His father was probably Henry Bell who also traded at the same address.
Bray, Frederick, Market Pl., Wisbech, Cambs., u and cm (1839). [D] Mahogany toilet mirror recorded bearing his label.
Brown, John, St Paul's Churchyard, London, cm and u (1718–68). Son of Richard Brown of Chipping Norton, Oxon., tallow chandler. App. to John James on 28 March 1718 and free of the Upholders’ Co. by servitude, 6 October 1725.
Clark, John, Kirkbymoorside, Yorks., joiner, cm, toy dealer and ironmonger (1823). In 1823 in Crown Sq. A mahogany tea caddy, cross banded, with brass paw feet and ring handle was sold by Phillips (Leeds), 20 October 1982. In style it looked c.
Lampeter, Wales; cabinet maker, upholsterer and French polisher (fl. 1914)
Hicks, J., Lower Pembroke St, London. Mahogany easel toilet mirror recorded with rectangular plate and pierced swanneck pediment, the frame stamped ‘J. Hicks, Pembroke Street’. The stamp of ‘J. Hicks, 5 Lr.
Hutton, William, Barnstaple, Devon, cm, u and auctioneer (1828–36). Addresses given at 93 High St, c.1815–20, and no. 102 in 1829. Advertised in North Devon Journal, 8 October 1829 stating ‘that he is removed from his late residence to No.
Mortimer, F. J., 80 Pitt St (town not given), picture frame manufacturer. George III mahogany easel toilet mirror recorded, with oval plate raised on shaped trestle supports, bearing label on back. [Sotheby's, 9 November 1973, lot 51]
(& various partners), London; cabinet maker and upholder (app. 1773–d. 1840)
Pryer, Charles, London, cm and u (1789–1803). At 96 New Bond St in 1789 and then traded from 472 Strand, 1790– 1803. His trade card [Banks Coll., BM] states that he also had a manufactory at Paradise Row, Chelsea.