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The underlying design and craft ethos of the P&B product takes its root from the Gregorian-Victorian campaign tradition of design furniture. Among its many attributes, the Gregorian-Victorian tradition privileges an epicurean sense of portability and mobility – a highly prominent theme in the P&B product. The P&B product, in view of its Gregorian-Victorian antecendents and of an industry that is increasingly saturated with mass-manufactured furniture of ubiquitous pieces (in order to meet the supply-side dictates In an industry that is increasingly saturated with mass-manufactured furniture of ubiquitous pieces (in order to meet the supply-side dictates of the domestic and foreign marketplace), the P&B product easily stands out. The aesthetic trademark of the P&B product is informed primarily by the intricate combination of hardwood, hand-forged brass and selected leather hides. No less, the craftsmanship acumen of the P&B manufacturing arm affords the P&B product a level of pragmatism that, on its face, betray its more delicate and fragile provenance.

Yet perhaps the most enduring quality of the P&B product lies in its eclectic design catalogue. The P&B product is made, by stock design and/or by custom design, using a panopy of visually interactive, durable, traditional, and not to mention sustainable, materials (as partially mentioned above) such as select hardwood, hand tipped hides, brass, rattan, steel, glass and textile. Different materials that are currently outside the P&B catalogue can be integrated into the P&B product upon receipt of a contract order. The contract enterprise of the P&B product has yielded tremendous leaps in creative design. As previously mentioned, the P&B product, over the course of its development, has accumulated a vast collection of material, owing to the most part to the custom material requests of a number of P&B customers. In virute of repeated engagement with different customers representing a multiplicity of creative enclaves within the design furniture industry from various parts of the world, and not to mention the resultant globalization of the creative sensibilities of the productive forces of P&B, the P&B product has taken on a virtually ecumenical design outlook. As a result, the scope of the exportation and distribution of the P&B product is worldwide with major wholesalers and retailers in the North America, Europe, Africa, and Asia.

As it currently stands, the P&B product is divided into four industries:

(1) Residential / Home Furnishings, (2) Contract -Hotel and Resort, (3) Visual Display, (4) PGA Golf.