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Perry, Alexander (1733)

Perry, Alexander, Great White House, King St, Bloomsbury, London, cm (1733). In March 1733 his stock in trade was offered for sale. This included ‘fine walnut-tree and mahogany chairs cover'd in the newest fashion, cover'd or uncover'd with Spanish Leather, Damask or Mohair; with other Chairs, from two shillings apiece to Forty; several fine Dressing Chairs, Shaving Chairs, Close-stool Chairs and Easy Chairs’. [Daily Post, 15 March 1733]

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