William Bradshaw was amongst the leading makers of English furniture and tapestries/needlework in the mid-18th. Century, born 1700, died 1775. He had workshops at Frith Street, London, later moving to Greek Street and then Princes Street, Hanover Square. He supplied furniture and needlework/tapestry covering to many of the aristocracy of the day: The Earl of Stanhope, Chevening, Kent; The Earl of Leicester, Holkham Hall, Norfolk; Lord Folkestone, Longford Castle, Wiltshire; 3rd Earl of Burlington, Burlington House, London and many more.
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