Cattle, R.N. & Roelke, C.
Oxford Street, London; carvers & furniture makers (fl.1881)
The Furniture Gazette, 9 April 1881, recorded that at the March 1881 Building Exhibition, Agricultural Hall, London, the partnership exhibited a variety of patent square turnings, veneered carvings and mouldings, and tables, cabinets, chairs, couches etc.
In 1882 Robert Nevison Cattle of 231 Oxford Street, London, was taken to court for infringement of several patents in improvements of three sided wood turning [The Furniture Gazette, 12 August 1882].