Stevenson and Higgins

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Stevenson, Higgins and Company (also Janefield Cabinet and Chair Works) was a cabinet works firm in Beith, Scotland.[1]

It was founded by William Stevenson and Hugh Higgins in 1883.[1][2][3]


  1. ^ a b "Obituary MR WILLIAM STEVENSON, J.P." The Glasgow Herald. 28 October 1941. ... a well-known figure in the furniture and timber trades in Scotland and England.
  2. ^ "Beith, Stevenson Higgins And Company, Cabinet Works". Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland. Archaeological Notes NS35SW 26 3478 5443 (Location cited as NS 348 544). Janefield Cabinet and Chair Works, Beith, founded c. 1883 by Stevenson, Higgins and Co. A two-storey and attic, red-brick block on an L plan, now a foundry. - J R Hume 1976.
  3. ^ Hume, John R. (1976). The Industrial Archaeology of Scotland: The lowlands and the borders. Macmillan of Canada. ISBN 9780770514730.