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Handmade Irish furniture with tradition

Launching a business at a time when the icy wind of global recession continues to blow could be viewed as brave, foolhardy, naive or supremely confident.

31st October, 2009

Launching a business at a time when the icy wind of global recession continues to blow could be viewed as brave, foolhardy, naive or supremely confident. For Richard Beer, whose company Irish Country Furniture is still in its infancy, it’s quite simply the realisation of a dream - one that he hopes ‘‘does not turn into a nightmare’’.

Beer produces furniture that are traditional in style and have an...

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