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Foulger, Lockington (1773-1780)

Foulger, Lockington

Walham Green, London; chair maker, turner (fl. 1773-80)

Lockington Foulger (1738-1803) was recorded as a master turner in 1780 taking an apprentice, William Drawater. A trade card of 1785 of William Webb depicts six of the images illustrated on Fouger's. 

trade card
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British Museum

Trade card of Lock.n Foulger, CHAIR-MAKER, At Wallam Green, makes all Sorts of Windsor Chairs, Garden Seats, Rural Settees &c. Wholesale & Retail, 1773 [D,2.683]. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Sources: DEFM; Parker, 'Windsor Chairs, Children's Carts, German Stools, Rustic Chairs, Summerhouses and Perambulator: The Webbs (and Bunce and Carter), Dells, Priors and Trotmans, Regional Furniture (2020)

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