Hickory Hill readies full leather line

Gunin, Joan
June 2003
Furniture/Today;6/16/2003 Supplement, Vol. 27, p10
Trade Publication
Focuses on upholstery producer Hickory Hill's introduction of a complete leather program in the spring of 2004. Debut of a small group of leather chairs at the April 2003 High Point market; Success of the company's leather chairs at market; Retail prices of the chairs; Use of South American hides for the custom cut-and-sew leather line.


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