How I saved 16,000 Pounds on my dream dining table

December 2001
Cabinet Maker;12/21/2001, Issue 5267, p6
Trade Publication
Relates the furniture shopping experience of Maureen Lipman in Great Britain. Features of the dinner table found in Burford; Negotiations of the prize with the shop owner; Popularity of origami table compared to previous table; Plans of buying a table.


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