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Crafting Luxury : Craftsmanship, Manufacture, Technology and the Retail Environment. / Bloomfield, Mark; Borstrock, Shaun; Carta, Silvio; Manlow, Veronica.

Intellect Publishers, 2022. 224 p.

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Bloomfield, M., Borstrock, S., Carta, S., & Manlow, V. (Accepted/In press). Crafting Luxury: Craftsmanship, Manufacture, Technology and the Retail Environment. Intellect Publishers.

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