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Curry and Company

Currey & Company is a wholesale manufacturer of distinctive home furnishings products. We are best known for our lighting products (chandeliers, wall sconces, table and floor lamps) as well as interior furniture, garden furniture and accessories. Headquarters for Currey & Company are in Atlanta, Georgia. This is the shipping point for customer orders also. 

The multi-cultural company work force in Atlanta creates, assembles, finishes, packs and ships product. A dedicated management team and an office force tend to details of accounting, order processing and customer service. 

Currey & Company sales representatives cover the United States and Canada. The corporate office handles international sales. Showrooms open to the trade are located in High Point, NC; Atlanta, GA; and Dallas, TX. 

All Currey & Company’s lighting products are designed and engineered to meet the rigid safety standards established by UNDERWRITER’S LABORATORY and bear the UL/CUI label (E141302 or E163523). 

This UL/CLUI safety certification is valid in the United States and Canada. Currey & Company lighting products can also be manufactured to meet lighting standards around the world, including the European Union, Middle East and Asia. 

Currey & Company’s “vision” is to create and fulfill the desire for distinctive home furnishings. 

Currey & Company’s “mission” is to serve our customers, owners and employees in an exemplary manner through a culture, which encourages all to flourish. 

A Little Bit of History: Currey & Company, known today for its vibrant collection of lighting products, started its existence in 1988 as a purveyor of historic garden furnishings. When Robert B. Currey founded Garden Source Furnishings, the main focus of the company was the creation and marketing of classic garden furniture from the Winterthur Museum and the Smithsonian Institution.

These collections were joined by a very American collection of garden whimsies, birdhouses and rustic twig furniture. Some lighting products were among these first offerings and by the early 1990’s the lighting category had become very important. Accordingly, the name of the company was changed to Currey & Company to embrace a new focus on products for the interior. 

Chandeliers and wall sconces today form a significant part of the company’s business and these goods are characterized by the attention and detailing that goes into their manufacturing and finishing. With a workforce in Atlanta and Currey International in the Philippines, Currey & Company brings to the marketplace merchandise that not only speaks of the touch of the human hand, but also utilizes a myriad of natural materials. 9915

Hand forged iron products have long been the specialty of the company, but the range of materials has been extended to include a variety of materials such as hand-carved wood, porcelain and brass. “Currey International” has made it possible for the company to develop and produce a variety of unique hand made products and materials. One of these is concrete hand formed to create fashionable furnishings of “faux bois.” Seashells and other natural materials also figure strongly in the Currey & Company product line.

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It has been said that our society has consumed more natural resources in the past 100 years than in all of man’s previous existence combined. However, for over 170 years and through five generations of family ownership, Harden Furniture has upheld a tradition of environmental stewardship. By employing its own Forestry Team and adhering to environmentally-sound principles and proven silviculture methods, Harden has been practicing responsible environmental policy since before the Industrial Revolution. Not only is the Harden family five generations old, but many Harden employees have five generations of historical roots in the company. Why such loyalty? From the very beginning, founder Charles S. Harden Sr.’s concern for his employees and the village in which they lived was reflected in the construction of churches, a community house, and several homes for the employees – in a very distinct way, a sustainable community before it’s time. That groundbreaking pioneer spirit was evident in the Harden family long before a single piece of furniture was ever produced. 
The company’s originator, Charles S. Harden, Sr., was born to a family who moved into the unbroken wilderness of Verona, N.Y. in the 1800s. Charles eventually headed west in search of adventure and gold. Finding none, Harden decided to move his family back to New York, settling in McConnellsville and purchasing a sawmill on Fish Creek. His life experience to that point was one of living off the land exclusively. As a result, Charles Harden had a strong sense of respect for the land, which became part of the Harden family “DNA.”
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Courtney Harmon



Courtney Jacob Harmon graduated from Appalachian State University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Design.  Before moving to Charleston, Courtney worked in Greenville for Carolina Furniture and Interiors helping clients with her design expertise in room layouts, treatments, light fixtures, and custom furniture.

In Charleston, Courtney furthered her knowledge in flooring and kitchen and bath design before beginning with Southeastern Galleries.  She appreciates detail, and understands that a client has his or her own unique taste, and that it should be exemplified in their home with every added feature.  From a small to large scale project, anything from designing a single room to full home specifications, she’s ready with just the right touch and she will appeal to your taste.

In her own home, she loves to blend a rustic feel with an elegant finish. With two boys, her husband, Hal, and 4 month-old son, little Hal, she’s learned to appreciate the beauty in deer antlers. As a passionate designer, she would love to be a helping hand in making your home what you always wanted.

Courtney can be reached in the showroom or via email

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