Four Hands partners with British designer Reeves

October 2008
Furniture/Today;10/20/2008, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p112
Trade Publication
The article reports that case goods importer and manufacturer Four Hands has agreed to sell the furniture of British designer John Reeves in the U.S., Mexico and Canada. According to company officials, the move by Four Hands could help the company reach more of the design trade. Four Hands chief executive officer (CEO) and founder Brett Hatton explains that the John Reeves Collection adds a greater high design dimension to the company's product line.


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