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Foxhall, Martin (1758-1794)

Foxhall, Martin

London and Bristol; carver and gilder (c. 1758-1794)

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Marn Foxhall Carver and Gilder at the Golden Head in Great St Andrews Street Seven Dials ‘PICTURES Carefully Cleand, Lin'd & Fram'd, in the neatest manner. NB. All sorts of Hosiery & Haberdashery Goods, with Checks and Irish Cloth, AT THE Lowest Prices, c.1758-65 [Heal,32.24]. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Probably the same carver and gilder Martin Foxhall, who was in Hotwell Road, Bristol (fl.1794) and the first cousin of Thomas Foxhall (b.1755/56-d.1815).

Sources: DEFM; Jervis, ‘Splendentia Recognita: Furniture by Martin Foxhall for Fonthill’, The Burlington Magazine (June 2005).

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