Better by Farr

April 2001
Cabinet Maker;04/27/2001, Issue 5235, p12
Trade Publication
Highlights the views of Norma Kerry, head of upmarket upholstery manufacturer Parker & Farr, concerning the furniture industry in Great Britain. Career advancement; Emphasis on quality; Non-downgrading of materials despite unfavorable market conditions; Preference for traditional, hand-stitched manufacturing methods; Enjoyment of choosing fabrics.


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