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Pearse, Samuel (1832-37)

Pearse, Samuel, 31 Conduit St, Bond St, London, carver and gilder (1832–37). Initially traded in partnership as Harris & Pearse but by March 1832 trading on his own account. He offered to clean, line and repair pictures. On 12 March 1832 he invoiced to J. S. Pakington (later 1st Lord Hampton) of Westwood, near Droitwich, Worcs. a gilt frame which together with packing and carriage came to £3 4s 6d. By 1835 he had formed another partnership and until at least 1837 traded as Pearse & Biggs. [D; Worcs. RO, 2309/705; 380/57/ ii]

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