Leather grading system sets price guides, varies by vendor

Gunin, Joan
September 2001
Furniture/Today;9/17/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the grading system employed by leather manufacturers and suppliers to differentiate marketing standards on pricing in the United States. Context and limitations of grading system on leather upholstery; Standardization of leather upgrading system; Flexibility of dealers in marketing the goods.


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