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Arundale, W. (1837-40)

Arundale, W., 2 Castle St, Hastings, Sussex, carver and gilder (1837–40). Successor to G. Wooll. Arundale had previously been employed by Ackermann & Co., Strand, London. He advertised that he could offer carving and gilding ‘in all its branches by competent workmen — Paintings cleaned and varnished’. The wide range of other goods offered for sale suggest that this business was organised as a general and fashionable repository of the arts. [D; The Strangers Guide to Hastings, c. 1839; The Sussex Agricultural Express, 4 February 1837, 24 March 1838]

The original entry from Dictionary of English Furniture Makers, 1660-1840 can be found at British History Online.