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Family history of Garnett & Sons furniture by Vale
Credit for this post goes to Paul Doodson. Robert Garnett Snr, born 1806 and died 1877, was a cabinet maker and founded Garnett & Sons. His father, also called Robert, was a watchmaker. He married my Great x3 Aunt Mary Susannah Thornley ...
How to date Jasper furniture by Vale
Credit for this post goes to Merimeri28. If the logo is a burned in shield and does not say "Dorset" on it, the piece is older than 1972. If the logo on the cabinet says "a Dorset company", it was made from 1972 - 1987. If the piece has a ...

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