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Pickard, Zachariah & Robert
London; furniture makers (fl. 1871-c.1900)
Raim, George Blake
13 Marylebone Lane, London; carver & gilder (fl.1871)
80 Chapel Street, Pentonville, London; French polisher (fl.1871)
Thorpe, S. Fras.
10 Upper Charlton St. Fitzroy Square, London; chair & sofa maker (fl.1871)
Edinburgh, Scotland; wright (fl.1759)
Ballistessa & Co.
London and Edinburgh; carvers and gilders (1830-1835)
Aaron, Randolph, Market Ct, Bow St, London, upholder (1706).
Source: DEFM; GL, Hand in Hand MS vol. 4, ref. 11781.
Lancaster, Lancs.; cabinet maker (app.1790)
He was bound to John Addison, cabinet maker, in 1790.
Source: Stuart, Gillows of Lancaster and London 1730-1840 (2008), II, p.211.
Carmarthen, Wales; carpenter (fl. c.1430)
Together with other carpenters including John Hopkyn, John Abberistwth spent nine weeks repairing the king’s barge at Carmarthen Castle in 1430-32.
25 Vauxhall Street, Lambeth, London; chair & sofa maker (fl.1871)
Abbey, Harry C.,
North St, York, joiner and cabinetmaker (1787–1810)
Died September 1810 aged 38; stock sold March 1811.
Source: DEFM; York Courant, 17 September 1810 and 18 March 1811.
Queen St, Seven Dials, London; cabinetmaker (1775)
Source: DEFM; GL, Sun MS vol. 242, p. 551
11 Orange St and 15 Crooks Row, St Pancras, London; carver, gilder and joiner (1808–10)
Edmonton, London; upholder (1722–78)
Abbot & Stidston
137 Long Acre, London; upholsterer (1786–93).
Abbot, Anthony & Sons
32 Nelson St, Liverpool, upholsterer (1834–35).
Abbot, E. C. & Co.
10 Clerkenwell Green, London; bamboo furniture manufacturer (fl.1898)
Source: Walkling, Antique Bamboo Furniture (1979).
Park St, Leamington, Warks.; cabinetmaker (1830)
4 Wilmot St, Russell Sq., London; cabinetmaker and upholsterer (1829)
Debenham, Suffolk, carpenter and cabinetmaker (1824)
Abbot, Mathew & Richard
Uppingham, Leics., chair turners (1790–98)
Preston, Lancs., upholsterer (1781–84)
Conduit St, Bedford, cabinetmaker and upholder (1839)
Newgate St, Chester; cabinet maker (1778–97)
Abbot(t), Philip, St James, Westminster, London, upholder (1780). Declared bankrupt, Gents Mag., November 1780.