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Many manufacturers use staples to connect backs to the main frame. Unfortunately, these staples often come loose over time, weakening the furniture.

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Growing, changing, innovating. Those are the qualities that have distinguished Broyhill as America's favorite furniture maker. Rooted in a rich history and ...

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From modern to traditional, Broyhill offers stylish and affordable furniture sets & collections for your living room, bedroom, dining room & more.

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Jan 24, 2014 ... The Made-in-America furniture movement suffered a setback last ... the company that also includes Broyhill, Henredon, Drexel Heritage and ...

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I bought a Broyhill sofa, chair and ottoman. I had it no time at all and the ... DO NOT BUY BROYHILL! Thought it would be decent furniture, made in USA, etc.

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Nov 8, 2016 ... A review of Broyhill Furniture products and where you can buy them. ... Springs are made from 100% recycled steel, and the cushions use ...

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Jan 28, 2014 ... Broyhill Furniture began in 1929 by James Edgar Broyhill after working many years in his brother's furniture business as a sales associate and ...

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Dec 18, 2009 ... He spent his adult life cutting cloth for sofas at Broyhill Furniture in Lenoir, ... Toward the end of Curtis' career, he made more than $15 an hour.

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In 1980, the Broyhill family sold the company to a conglomerate, which made it part of a group of furniture makers but retained the Broyhill name and identity.