Legacy Classic introduces dining

Linville, Jeff
October 2007
Furniture/Today;10/1/2007, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p78
Trade Publication
The article reports on the addition of casual dining category to the product line of Legacy Classic Furniture in High Point, North Carolina. The company offers three tables with three finishes and three chair styles. The finishes are in cherry, weathered white and two-tone cherry and weathered black. The company is also considering a Robin's Blue finish.


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