British exhibitor offers Indian case goods

Slaughter, Powell
October 2002
Furniture/Today;10/14/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 7, p100
Trade Publication
Focuses on the importation of sheeham furniture from India by Indus Valley in Nottingham, England. Features of the furniture collection; Relocation of Indus Valley warehouse in Great Britain; Location of Indus Valley showroom.


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