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“100% Satisfied with Kiwi Made”

Published: Tue 21 Aug 2007 01:38 PM
“100% Satisfied with Kiwi Made”
Luxury normally brings with it connotations of slick Italians, French handbags and fast cars. To Ashton Grove, luxury has a completely different meaning. They have been providing luxurious furniture to Kiwis for over 10 years. What do Kiwis want when they buy luxurious furniture? Hand made, hand finished pieces crafted in time honoured styles by skilled Kiwi trades people in New Zealand.
The company uses the best quality sustainably grown French Oak, New Zealand Elm, Walnut and American Cherry coupled with natural shellacs, oils and waxes keeping with New Zealanders love of all things natural.
Despite financial rumblings of a slow down in the retail sector - like traditional luxury companies – Ashton Groves business is continuing to go from strength to strength and buck that trend. The boutique scale of the company allows clients to commission bespoke furniture – creating exactly what they want and need. Furniture of this nature is always in demand.
On top of this, the new Ministry of Economic Development ‘Buy Kiwi Made’ campaign endorses Ashton Groves philosophy of supplying Kiwis hand crafted masterpieces made by New Zealanders in New Zealand.
Ashton Grove has three showrooms showcasing its collections of designer furniture – Christchurch, the original showroom, Auckland, the largest showroom and Wellington, the newest in the team.
www.ashtongrove.co.nz
ENDS

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