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Walter Kingston: From Law to Exotic Furniture

Walter Kingston was practicing corporate law in New York City in 1989 when he decided to ditch the world of suits and ties to start his own business. Seventeen years later, Kingston finds himself selling exotic furniture, including Chinese Fu dogs chiseled from stone, Dutch wrought iron, Portuguese wood works and Muslim carvings. To stock his store, he spends about five weeks a year in Indonesia looking for interesting pieces and then another two weeks in East Java watching over restoration work.

Read Kingston's full story here.

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