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Powell Enhances "Masterpiece" Signature Line

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Powell announced that they will debut an expanded “Masterpiece” collection during the High Point Market. Unveiled will be Powell’s newest “Masterpiece” dining collection of Brentwood, Chelsea, and Georgetown. Brentwood is a creation of antique black and gold with merlot rub through and muted antique gold tipped floral inset border. A choice of two dining tables - Round Turned Pedestal or Rectangular with Tapered Legs and matching Brentwood Chair will complete this extraordinary group. The Chelsea collection Rectangular Dining Table with Tapered Legs elegantly displays antique black and merlot rub through with antique gold hand painted marquetry and faux coco shell detail. The matching Chelsea Chair completes this work of art. The Georgetown collection Brown Rectangular Dining Table sets the mood with faux dark aged mahogany base and top with raised crest rail floral decoration of antique silver and copper accents under a black glaze wash. The richness of this group is completed with a matching Georgetown Chair. The Powell “Masterpiece” Signature line is a collection of eclectic blendability, accenting any décor and existing furniture your customer may have. The overwhelming success and ever increasing retail sales evidence the demand for these beautiful pieces. John Conrad, Vice President Marketing of Powell states, “The Powell “Masterpiece” collection has been a definitive marketing success for us. It allows us to offer a unique, specialty item with a “boutique” feel that is beautiful, elegant and refined.” Founded in 1968, Powell is a leading importer of design driven, high quality products. The company’s success is the result of its service-oriented culture, broad product offerings, multiple sourcing, and delivery options, as well as an industry-wide reputation for reliability, integrity, and honesty.

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