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Bagster, James, 20–21 Piccadilly, London, cm, upholder, looking-glass maker, tentmaker; carpet, bedding, cabinet warehouse manufactory owner (1782–1808).

Baines, Abraham & Son

Ludgate St, 1 St Paul's Churchyard, London; cabinet and upholstery warehouseme

Bell, Daniel

St Martin's Lane, London; cabinet maker (fl.1724–34)

Bickerstaff, William, 2 Little Vere St, Piccadilly, London, carver and gilder (1829).

Bishop, —, Long Acre, London, ‘from Edinburgh’, gilder and carver (late 18th century). Hepplewhite-style oval mirror recorded bearing label which states that he ‘performs carving & gilding in all its branches, viz.

Bonnington, George & Thorp(e), George, 21–22 Red Lion St, later no.

Bradburn(e), John

London; cabinet maker, upholder, appraiser, undertaker (fl.1750–d. 1781)

Bran(d)t, Charles

London; carver and gilder (fl.1814–45)

Brooks, Thomas, Hull, Yorks., cm, carver, gilder and lookingglass manufacturer (1778–1840). Addresses given at 1 North Dockside in 1803; 50 Whitefriargate, 1806–14; no. 16, 1817–26; 48 Savile St, Osborne St, 1831–34; and no. 50, 1835–40.

Brown, J., address unrecorded, plate-glass and looking-glass manufacturer (1838–40).

Channon, John

109 St Martin's Lane, London; cabinet maker (b. 1711–d. c. 1783)

Chipchase, Robert & Lambert, Robert

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

Chupain, Elijah

‘The Crown’, King St, Bloomsbury, London; chair and cabinet maker (d. 1739)

Clarkson, William

‘The King's Head’, corner of Old Bedlam, Moorfields, London, upholder, appraiser, cabinet maker and undertaker (c. 1760)

Cleare, Thomas

‘The Indian Chair’, south side of St Paul's Churchyard, London, cabinet maker (fl.1724) 

Collins, William, Tothill Fields, London, (1812–23).

Cotton, Thomas Barnett, 42 Fenchurch St, London, carver, gilder and picture frame maker (1773–1808). Freeman and member of the Joiners’ Co. in 1773 licenced to employ a nonfreeman for three months and in 1779 a similar licence was issued.