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Freeman, Ant(h)ony (1722-27)

Freeman, Ant(h)ony, London, u (1722–27). In 1722 he supplied materials for a chair and canopy of state of crimson Genoa damask trimmed with gold and silver fringe to Stephen Poyntz, ‘one of His Majesty's Ambassadors Extra-ordinary’. In 1727 he provided another ambassador with a canopy of estate, cushions and stools, all covered with damask and costing £34, supplied to Kensington Palace. [Winterthur, Delaware, Symonds papers, 75×64.14, p. 133; PRO, LC9/287, pp. 1522–153]

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