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ISBN NO. 1543-3803
January 2020
Volume 9 No. 1


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The furniture industry has undergone an upheaval in the past 10 years> Instead of tens of thousands of manufacturers there are now thousands. We are going through our list of manufacturers one at a time updating information as quickly as possible. If a manufacturer you are interested in does not appear here please be patient, we will get to them. Or contact us and we'll give you whatever information we have currently.

If you are a manufacturer, supplier or vendor and would like to be listed please contact me directly. using the contact page on the left.

As of September 9, 2017 I could find no information on this company. If you own or manage this company and have up to date information please contact me directly. If you are a former or current employee, or sales rep to the company and have up to date information please let me know.

844 Mahler Road
Burlingame, CA 94010
Tel: 650.552.9635
Fax: 650.552.9636
Accessory company featuring needlepoint and Aubusson pillows, hook rugs, handpainted tassels, door knob hangers, needlepoint stools and benches, needlepoint chairs, personalized and monogrammed pillows and seasonal pillows and stockings.

1429 MFG Studios
47 A Spa Road
Annapolis, MD 21037
Tel: (443) 540.3816
1429 mfg was born out of a passion and love for art and furniture. Infusing virtually any artwork with solid wood furniture became an obsession for Bridgette Hamilton and Cindy Gross, the founders and owners of 1429 mfg.

The long-time friends spent years planning and plotting their emergence into the furniture industry. With much excitement, they opened their studio in October 2015 in Annapolis, MD. The following spring they introduced their furniture and concept of livable art at High Point Market. It was a dream come true. After receiving much enthusiasm and encouragement from buyers and leaders in the industry, the duo expanded their offering to include coffee tables, side tables and headboards.

All furniture is proudly made in the USA by a select group of artisans. Furniture is sold to the trade and is available through interior designers and a growing list of retailers.

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