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William Bartlett & Sons of Sheraton Works, High Wycombe, Bucks
1864 Established by William Bartlett in partnership with a friend, making Windsor chairs in a barn.
Late 1890s started making cabinet goods.
1901 Moved to Grafton Street. Reproduction Regency furniture.
WWI Made plane fuselages
1918 Limited company.
1922 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of Chairs for Dining Rooms, Restaurants, Cafés etc.; Oak Draw-out Extending Dining Tables; Café Tables; Revolving Office Chairs; High-class Upholstery. (Stand No. C.6) 
1938 Had showroom on Fitzroy Street. 300 employees
c.1965 Strongbow range
1995 135 employees.