Steven Taprell and William Holland are recorded as chair and sofa manufacturers, cabinet makers and upholsterers (c.1803-1835) were succeeded by Taprell, Holland & Son (1835-43). It became one of the greatest furnishing firms of the Victorian period.
Cf. Dictionary of English Furniture Makers 1660-1840, Maney, pp. 871-2.
One of their earliest known commissions was for the furnishing of the Anthenaeum club. There followed commissions for other London clubs and country houses including Arundel Castle, Harewood and Ickworth.