Classic case of no compromise

Moore, Rebecca
October 2004
Cabinet Maker;10/29/2004, Issue 5412, p33
Trade Publication
Reports on British furniture manufacturer and retailer Clive Christian's offer of cabinets that are ornate, detailed and dramatic, a company principle that is far from the trendy, stylish and fashionable that other manufacturers follow. Branding of the company's products that have helped it prosper in overseas markets, where there is a strong association between British furniture and a traditional style; Company's creation of the right environment to do justice to the furniture it offers.


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