In brief

March 2005
Cabinet Maker;3/11/2005, Issue 5429, p5
Trade Publication
Reports developments in furniture industry in Great Britain. Increase of the credit and debit card fraud; Inclusion of textile company Timorous Beasties and Jasper Morrison in the shortlist for the Design Museum's Designer of the Year award; Rise of the value of modern 20th century furniture.


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