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Carter, Thomas (1790–1834)

The earliest reference to this business occurs in the Maidstone Journal, 27 July 1790. The business was trading as Carter & Palmer and offered a wide range of goods and services. They acted as auctioneers and sworn appraisers. They offered to supply ‘…

Gravenor, James (1763–68)

Known in connection with his work at Kedleston Hall, Derbs., for Sir Nathaniel Curzon. Here he carved columns, door cases and mirror frames for the Drawing Room and pier glasses with oak leafed frames…

Webster, Edward (c. 1730)

Known from a label affixed to a mirror of the William and Mary period. This indicates that he made and sold ‘tables, chest of drawers, and buroes, desk-book-cases, chairs, settees, or…