Jean-Baptiste I Tilliard, matre in 1717, or his son Jean-Baptiste II Tilliard, matre in 1752.
Jean-Baptiste I Tilliard (1685 - 1766), was established in the rue de Clry where he worked all his life. Son of Jean Tilliard, also menuisier, Jean-Baptiste I is recorded as one of the most accomplished menuisiers of the Louis XV period. He worked for the Garde-meuble de la Couronne from 1730 and was acclaimed for supplying the most fashionable 'rocaille' seat-furniture to Versailles. His son Jean-Baptiste II joined the workshop and carried on the production after his father retired in 1764 using the same stamp.