For the love of furniture

Waller, Richard
September 2000
Cabinet Maker;09/08/2000, Issue 5204, p14
Trade Publication
Details the conversation with Sheridan Coakley, proprietor of Sheridan Coakley Products (SCP) in Great Britain. Career and educational background; Reason for engaging into the furniture business; Company history; Product designs produced by SCP.


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