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Circle Furniture welcomes Thayer Coggin's Design Classics Roadshow

Posted by David Zimmerman  May 21, 2013 08:47 AM

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This year marks the 60th anniversary of two companies with a passion for modern furniture. To celebrate their long-standing businesses, Circle Furniture will host Thayer Coggin’s Design Classics Roadshow. As part of their celebration, Thayer Coggin is sharing a collection of internationally acclaimed designer Milo Baughman’s furniture from the mid-century modern era.

“In celebration of our 60th anniversary, we are taking these design classics to furniture showrooms across the country,” said Mrs. Royale Coggin Wiggin, president of the company. “Milo Baughman and Thayer Coggin worked together to define a classical era of modern furniture in America. This road show will highlight the history of our company and spotlight our commitment to excellence and craftsmanship in making American contemporary furniture.”

“The Thayer Coggin event could not have come at a better time, since we ourselves are celebrating our 60th anniversary,” said Peggy Burns, co-owner of Circle Furniture. “60 years in business is an incredible accomplishment, and we are excited to share this milestone with Thayer Coggin and our beloved customers.”

The opening reception for this contemporary furniture trunk show will be on Thursday, May 30th at Circle Furniture’s downtown Boston showroom, 31 St. James Avenue. The display will be available May 25th through June 5th.

To benefit The One Fund Boston, Circle Furniture will auction off two Milo Baughman chairs that were generously donated by Thayer Coggin. For more information about the auction please visit

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