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Travis and Company

There’s a great deal of history behind this family-owned business that’s chock-full of talent, excellence in customer service, and fine French antiques. The Travis and Company of today would never have been able to acquire the host of fine fabric lines that are available in the showroom without thei More

Travis and Company - Atlanta, GA

1 review of Travis and Company "I have no beef with Travis & Company itself but I do with their business partner, Tom Robinson Modern. I purchased two mid-century arm chairs from Tom via 1stdibs where he described the chairs as restored but in excellent condition. When I got the chairs they were a bit wobbly. That in itself did not bother me - vintage chairs often need to be tightened. More

Travis and Company 351 Peachtree Hills Ave NE Atlanta, GA ...

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Travis & Company | ADAC

Travis & Company. Suite: 128 (see floor plan) Office: 404-237-5079. Fax: 404-233-0192 800-258-2214. Email: info@travisandcompany.com customerservice@travisandcompany.com. Website: travisandcompany.com More

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