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Patterson, Joseph (1730)

Patterson, Joseph

‘The Crown’, New Bond Street, London; turner ( fl. c.1730)

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trade card
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British Museum

Trade card of Joseph Patterson TURNER, at the CROWN next Her Majesty's Bookbinder in New-Bond Street. Selleth all sorts of painted floor-Cloths, Matting & Hair Cloth. Mops, Brooms, Brushes, Mahogany Tables & round Tea boards, Bellows, Sieves, Dutch Matted & Wooden Chairs, Washing Tubs, Pails, Bowles, Platters, Trays, Shovels, Baskets, Cradles, fine work Baskets; Likewise neat Leg-horn Hatts, Wooll & Cotton for Quilting, Tunbridge & Lignumvite Ware, And all Sorts of Turners Ware, by Wholesale & Retale at Resonable Rates. Also Pattens and Clogs Made and Sold, c. 1730 [Heal,122.28]. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Source: DEFM

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