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Major London retailer on board

10.08.09

We are so pleased to have the General Trading Company as one of our major London retailers.

The General Trading Company was founded in 1920 and became one of London’s first ‘boutique’ home stores selling a multifarious selection of pieces including furniture, interior decoration, gifts, china, glass, clothing and accessories. In the hands of new owners since 2008 the intention is to restore the GTC to its former glory as the destination ‘boutique’ home store in South West London.

Visit the General Trading Company at 2–6 Symons Street, Sloane Square where you will find our products including the Edge lounger, Shaper tables – both coffee and dining, Six coat stands, Net chairs, Spin tables, Arris coffee table and Horizon screens.

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