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Young, Helen
November 1997
Cabinet Maker;11/14/97, Issue 5064, p16
Trade Publication
Reports on the efforts of British high-end reproduction furniture makers to maintain quality in their recreation of antique pieces. Makers' preference for the words antique replicas to refer to their products; Description of operations by Frank Hudson & Son, REH Kennedy, Wood Bros. and Titchmarsh & Goodwin; Trends in the industry. INSET: All the best..


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