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Bradbury, Lynn
August 2004
Cabinet Maker;8/20/2004, Issue 5402, p14
Trade Publication
Discusses users of modern and contemporary furniture in Great Britain. Traditional customers; Ages of those who are interest for classic furniture; Characteristics of customers who prefer contemporary furniture.


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