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St Paul's Churchyard, London, cabinet maker and upholder (1758–74)
Bisset(t) (or Birset), John, London, cm, cabinet and upholstery warehouseman, sworn appraiser and undertaker (c. 1760–93). Trade card, c.
Burcham, Peter, London, carver, cm, chairmaker, undertaker and appraiser (1754–63). Trading at the Cabinet Warehouse, Fleet Mkt, 1755–63, and also near Holborn Bridge, 1763.
Burton, Samuel snr, London, u, cm, auctioneer and undertaker (1765–d. 1801). Addresses given in St Mary Axe, near Leadenhall St, c. 1765; 13 Houndsditch, 1768–83; no. 15, 1778–86; no. 11, 1782–83; and no. 8, 1782–1801.
109 St Martin's Lane, London; cabinet maker (b. 1711–d. c. 1783)
Darby, William, at ‘The Bear & Crown’, 12 Aldermanbury, London, u, appraiser and undertaker (1750–70). Son of John Darby, ‘baymaker’, of Witham, Essex; app. to Thomas Brown, freeman merchant tailor, by trade upholsterer.
Lancaster and London; cabinet makers and upholsterers (fl.c.1730–after 1840)
Gomm, William & Richard
London; cabinet maker and upholder(c.1698–1794)
Hallows, John, at ‘The Crown & Scepter’, Moorfields, London, u and sworn appraiser (c.1760). Trade card with Rococo embellishment states that he ‘Makes & Sells all Sorts of Standing Beds & Bedsteads.
Harris, John, Leadenhall St, London, joiner and cm (1758–59).
Hatt, John, Aldersgate St, London, cm, chairmaker and glass grinder (1759–79). Trading at no. 23, 1767–73; and no. 142, 1774–79.
Johns (or John) St, London, cabinet and chair maker (fl.1781–96)
Hewitt, (or Hewett), Nathaniel, at ‘The Crown & Cushion’, near St Thomas's Gate, Southwark (42 Borough), London, u, appraiser and undertaker (1768–77).
Holden, Thomas, at ‘The Sign of the Chair’, Hanover St, near Castle St, Long Acre, London, cm, appraiser and undertaker (c.1750).
Hollinshed, Thomas, corner of Gt Queen St, Drury Lane, London, turner (1755). Rococo trade card states that he ‘Makes & Sells all Sorts of Turnery Goods, in Mahogany, Wallnuttreee &c. Viz.
Holloway, Richard, St Martin's Church Yard, London, ‘Cabinet & Chair Maker, Upholder &c. Funerals Furnished’ (1777). Rococo trade card reads as above, and shows Chippendalestyle chair and bureau bookcase.
Holmes, Richard, Barbican, London, freeman carpenter, cm, looking-glass manufacturer and glass grinder (1755–86). Recorded at no. 55, 1777–78; no. 22, 1778–86; and as Richard Holmes & Son, 1781–86.
Hopkins, William, at the corner of Rood Lane, 15 Fenchurch St, London, freeman joiner, upholder, cm and sworn appraiser (1746–74).
Horne, Abial(l) & Son, Wellclose Sq., London, cm and glass grinders (1765–83). Recorded at no. 19, 1768–83. Rococo trade card states that he ‘Sells all Sorts of Looking Glasses, Cabinet & Upholstery Goods at the Lowest Prices. NB.
Hunter, William, in Token House Yard, near the Royal Exchange, London, upholder and appraiser (1755–c.1760). Rococo trade card, c.1760, states that he ‘Makes after the Newest Fashion all sorts of Four Post & Standing Beds.
Jellicoe, William, Fleet St, London, u (1760–81). Member of the Skinners’ Co. Traded initially at the sign of the ‘Chair & Anchor’ in Fleet St.
Cornhill London, upholder, cabinet maker and glass grinder (fl.1755–97)