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Artisan House to unveil new showroom, products at Market

Ambrosia, from the C. Jeré Classics Series is designed in the shape of a spiral galaxy, and is made of polished chrome discs that are randomly fashioned to create the sense of motion.Ambrosia, from the C. Jeré Classics Series is designed in the shape of a spiral galaxy, and is made of polished chrome discs that are randomly fashioned to create the sense of motion.
Metal sculpture designer and crafter Artisan House will debut its new, 3,000 square foot showroom with 29 new pieces in a gallery-style fashion at the Oct. 19-24 High Point Market.

Located at IHFC D-246, the North Hollywood, Calif.-based company's new space will host vignettes and two running glass walls for optimal product viewing. In addition, Artisan House will host a grand opening mixer on Sunday, Oct. 20 at 4 p.m.

"High Point has always been a very strong market for the company and we wanted to offer our buyers an elevated experience when shopping with us," said John Shilling, president of Artisan House. "Our newly remodeled home provides a smoother flow pattern, and the gallery-style setting showcases the depth and details of our designs. This space also reflects the dynamic and exciting new directions that Artisan House will pursue, as we enter our 50th year in business."

Artisan House will debut 29 pieces in three collections: C. Jeré Classics, C. Jeré Gallery and Artisan House Exclusives.

Artisan House also maintains permanent showrooms in Atlanta, Las Vegas and Toronto. In addition, Artisan House exhibits at the New York Art Expo; HD Las Vegas; Interiors Birmingham and Maison & Objet, Paris.

For additional information about Artisan House, please contact the company at 203-563-0017 or visit the company's Facebook page, Facebook.com/cjerebyartisanhouse.com.

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