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Hoarsy, John, address unrecorded. Possibly the maker of a Charles II walnut open armchair from Stoneleigh Abbey, Warks. Chair has narrow cane-panelled splat edged with scrolls, crown and putto cresting.
Homer, Thomas, address unrecorded.
Humble, John, address unrecorded. In 1828 supplied a set of heavily carved elm dining room furniture, consisting of a table, ten chairs, two armchairs and a cellaret, to Nunnykirk House, Northumb.
Hunt, Philip, ‘the Looking Glass & Cabinet’, East end St Paul's Churchyard, London, u and cm, (c. 1690). His trade card takes an unusual form.
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’.
Malin(e), Thomas, address unrecorded, cm (1699). He rendered two bills to the 5th Earl of Bedford (later 1st Duke) for furniture ordered, very probably, for Bedford House, London.
Masters, William, at ‘The Golden Fleece’, Coventry St, Piccadilly, London, cm, upholder, appraiser and undertaker (c. 1740–61).
Merle, Thomas, at ‘The Golden Key’, 36 Leadenhall St, London, picture frame maker, carver and gilder, printseller (1783–1826). Trading as T. Merle & Son in 1826.
Moore, James jnr, London, cm and u (c. 1690–d. by 1734). We have no record of James Moore's birth, but as his father, James snr was born c. 1670 it might be assumed as c. 1690. He was presumably app. to his father, but again there is no confirmation.
Pardoe, John, London, cm and u (1717–48). His trade card of c. 1720 indicates that he was originally established ‘against St. Clements Church’ but had recently moved to ‘The Cabinet & Chair’, next Temple Bar, Strand.