Leather gets some looks at premarket

Gunin, Joan
March 2008
Furniture/Today;3/10/2008, Vol. 32 Issue 27, p48
Trade Publication
The article highlights the High Point premarket of leather furniture in North Carolina. Leather Italia has launched three stationary frames from its expanded direct container program targeting retails of $799 each. Palliser has introduced four motion furniture of $899 to $999. Magnussen Home has launched six case goods collections and 12 occasional groups.


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