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Baldock, Edward Holmes, Hanway St, London, furniture dealer, restorer, etc. (b. 1777–d. 1845). Born on 14 May 1777. Married on 19 November 1811 Mary Goringe, the daughter of John and Sarah Goringe of Buxted, Sussex.

Bates, Edmund, 8 Wellington St, Leeds, Yorks., carver in wood, draughtsman and gilder.

Bullock, George, Liverpool and London, cm (b. 1777/78– d. 1818).

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

De Caix, Alexander, 15 Rupert St, Coventry St, London, water gilder and burnisher (1791–1819).

Dudley, Thomas, King St, Soho Sq., London, metal ornament and bell-hanging manufactory (1817–20). Trading at no. 34 in 1817 and no. 36 in 1820.

Elliott, Charles, London, cm and u (1752–d. 1832) and successors. Charles Elliott was one of the chief London cm of the late 18th century. He held royal appointments from 1783–c.

Elward, George & Marsh, William, succeeded by Elward, Marsh & Bailey; Elward, Marsh & Tatham; Marsh & Tatham; Tatham & Bailey; Tatham, Bailey & Saunders; Bailey & Saunders; Edward Bailey; Mount St, near Charles St, London, cm

Fuhrlohg, Christopher, 24 Tottenham Ct Rd, between Percy St and Hanaway Yd, 22 Gerard St, and 12 Gt Russell St, Bloomsbury, London, cm, inlayer and u (b. c. 1740–d. after 1787). Christopher Fuhrlohg came from a Swiss family which emigrated to Sweden.

Galletti, William & Anthony, Liverpool, carvers, gilders, print sellers and opticians (1821–39). Established their business at 10 Castle St in November 1821 after having previously lived in Glasgow.

Jamar, S., London and Liverpool, cm (1818–26). In 1818 at 29 Wardour St, Soho. In February of that year he advertised his range of furniture in the French manner which he manufactured in London.

Kampf, Frederick, address unknown, cm (1805). In 1805 supplied to the Princess of Wales an ‘Antique circular table with Sphinx Egyptian Feet with inlaid brass and brass fret gallery’ at £52 10s.

Langlois, Pierre, 39 Tottenham Ct Rd, London, cm (1759–81). Pierre Langlois was one of the leading cm in London in the 1760s and 1770s.

Meggitt, Thomas, Hull, Yorks., carver and gilder (1826–39).

Morel, Nicholas and Morel & Hughes, Robert, London, cm and u (1790–1830).

Nairn, Thomas, 15 Rupert St, Liverpool, carver and gilder (1827–32). His trade card [Landauer Coll., MMA, NY] states that he cleaned and repaired old paintings, ‘Branches for Lights, Paintings, Looking Glasses Prints & Needle Work Framed.

Oakley, George (& various partners), London, cm and u (1773–1840).

Owen, John, Liverpool, u (1790–d. 1830). At 12 St Peter St, 1790–96 and 1813–14; but from 1804–11 the number was 41. In 1813–14 at 32 Standish St, and from 1816–21 at Gloucester St.

Parker, Thomas, London, cm and buhl manufacturer (1805–30). At 19 Air St, Piccadilly from 1808–17 but by 1820 in Warwick St, Golden Sq., where the number was 22 to 1827 but 32 in 1829–30.

Powell, Joseph, Hereford, carver and gilder (1828–35). At St Owen St in 1830 and Broad St in 1835. Supplied frames and glasses, and gold and bronze ornamental brackets to Capt. N. L.

Seddon, George, Aldersgate St, London, cm (1753–1868).

Stoakes, William, Liverpool, looking-glass manufacturer, bronze figure manufactory and auctioneer (1801–23). Maintained a shop and manufactory in Church St, the number being 41 in 1804, 48 in 1805, 55 in 1811–13, 57 in 1816, and 62 in 1821.

Town & Emanuel, 103 New Bond St, London, ‘Manufacturers of Buhl Marquetrie, Resner & Carved Furniture’ (1830–40).

Vulliamy, Benjamin L., Messrs & Son, London, clockmakers (1807–16).