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Arbuthnot, Philip, Villers St, Strand, London, cm, japanner and looking-glass seller (1702–27). One of the most fashionable furniture suppliers of the first decades of the 18th century.
Arne, Thomas, London, upholder (1690–d. 1730). Initially traded at the ‘George & White Lion’, Great Piazza, Covent Gdn, but in 1698 announced a move to the ‘George’ in Bedford Ct, near Bedford St.
Buck, Ann, at ‘The Queen's Head’, Holborn, near Hatton Gdn, London, dealer in furniture and upholstery (1741–50).
Collier, Francis, Stafford, cm (1778). A Queen Anne style walnut chair with a solid splat back and cabriole legs with a drop-in seat is known stamped ‘F. COLLIER’. Bankruptcy announced, Leicester Journal, 7 March 1778.
Jensen, Gerrit, St Martin's Lane, London, cm (1680–d. 1715). Gerrit Jensen, whose name occurs in the Lord Chamberlain's accounts spelt in fourteen different ways (sometimes anglicized as plain Garrard Johnson), has been called ‘the English Boulle’.
Norman, George William, London, carver and gilder (1820–39). At 7 Stephen St, Tottenham Ct Rd in 1820; 21 Windmill St, Tottenham Ct Rd in 1826; and 22 Charlotte St, Fitzroy Sq. in 1839.
Palleday, William, ‘The Crown’, Aldermanbury, London, cm (1713). A number of walnut and oak bureaus by this maker are known with trade labels pasted on drawer interiors. These all have characteristics which would date them to the Queen Anne period.
Phill, Thomas, ‘The Three Golden Chairs’, Strand, London, u (1700–d.1728). Free of the Upholders’ Co., 23 September 1700. Took as app. Thomas Collins of St Ives, Hunts. 2 June 1709 and he was made free, 4 November 1719.
Ponsonby, Thomas, London, carver, gilder and glass grinder (1794–1840). Recorded by Heal at 33 Poultney St, Golden Sq. in 1794. At 17 Piccadilly from 1802–19, and then moved to Regent St where the number was 1 from 1820–27 and no. 32 from 1827.
Reeve(s), Ham(b)den (or Hampden), Strand, London, u (1704– d.1714).
Roberts, Thomas (1685–1714) and Richard (1714–1729), at ‘The Royal Chair’, Marylebone St, London, joiners, chairmakers and carvers.