Seller: Overland Sheepskin Company by Overland Sheepskin Co.
Our leather ankle shoe finishes your presentation with comfort and class. Beautifully crafted in soft cowhide leather that stands up to daily wear, these good-looking shoes add a little gravitas to office clothes or social wear with their ankle high shaft, lace up instep, easy-wear inside zipper, contrast topstitch, and contrast color detail at the rugged heel. A soft leather lining and...
This video for Veranda Magazine's Art of Design awards features The Rug Company and creative director Suzanne Sharp and founder Christopher Sharp.
The Rug Company has unveiled its latest designer collaboration: a collection of three carpets created in partnership with fashion designer Thom Browne. There's a striking simplicity to each piece that is reflective of Browne's perfectly tailored
After a lengthy bid process and months of negotiations, Emanuel and Emerald Living on Tuesday announced a “Purchase and Sale Agreement” that will allow the “green tech development company” to acquire the 440-acre lakefront site from U.S. Steel.
Aberdovey, Gwynedd - The Braided Rug Company has been selling their specialty braided rugs since 2001. These original products are made on the east coast of America, predominately in North Carolina. The suppliers of this company's braided rugs have
Along in our journey were three other development professionals, including our intrepid guide from Jaipur Rugs, Yash. This was an incredible opportunity to see the work of the Jaipur Rugs Company (JRC), attempt to understand the complex lives of rug
Management could pull the rug on fee waivers at any time, but doing so would put an end to the company's growth, and thus management's earnings over the long haul. So long as the fee waiver support continues, there's a clear case for New Mountain
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