Sheer quality

Knight, Deena
March 2000
Cabinet Maker;03/24/2000, Issue 5180, p21
Trade Publication
Focuses on the optimism of the textile industry and furniture companies in Great Britain. Participation of exhibitors during High Point's Winter Showtime event; Advantage of giving the consumer the choice of buying better fabrics; Example of textile prices.


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