William Bradshaw

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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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WILLIAM BRADSHAW (1770-1775)
AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE PAIR OF GEORGE II PERIOD MAHOGANY LIBRARY ARMCHAIRS
An exceptionally fine pair of George II mahogany carved library chairs attributed to William Bradshaw upholstered in contemporary 18th century need...
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