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THE CUSTOM FURNITURE SOURCE BOOK: A GUIDE TO 125 CRAFTSMEN

THE CUSTOM FURNITURE SOURCE BOOK: A GUIDE TO 125 CRAFTSMEN
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Solid information on how to obtain custom furniture. Details 125 custom furniture makers including payment and shipping policies, web sites, contact information, etc. Over 500 photos showcase work by these makers. Indexes by geographic location, furniture style and name of maker are included. This is a terrific guide and an inspiring book of ideas for interior designers, cabinetmakers, and artists.

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