During the 18th century, Irish furniture design possessed a style so unique that it was distinguishable from its European counterparts. One of the most influential designers during this time was William Moore (Irish, active 18th century), who established his workshop in Dublin in 1782. Moore attended the Dublin Society Drawing School and then in the 1760s, traveled to London where he was an apprentice to the pre-eminent London cabinet-makers Mayhew & Ince (British, circa 1758
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