Frame in mind

Oliphant, Jane
June 2002
Cabinet Maker;6/7/2002, Issue 5290, p16
Trade Publication
Discusses the popularity of bedsteads in Great Britain. Impact of import products and low prices on the sales of beds in the country; Comparison of the sales of bedsteads and divans; Increase in the demand for silver and wood combinations of bed.


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