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Du Vige, Isaac (1681)

Du Vige, Isaac, London, cm (1681). Described by the Threadneedle St Relief in September 1681 as a ‘jeune gentilhomme’, the son of a recently converted Catholic, arrived from Paris ‘last Lord's Day’. He was given £2 2s 6d to buy clothes, and 3s 6d to app. him to a cm. [Hogarth Soc., 1949, pp. 13 and 85]

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