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Thread: Anderson vs Danvers

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    Jan 2022

    Default Anderson vs Danvers

    Ok sorry for all my questions but this is pretty overwhelming. My thoughts are to buy a sofa that has square backs and seats, vs t-backs, so I can rotate them for even wear. Two sofas that appear to meet this criteria are the Anderson and the Danvers. The Anderson is 8 shorter, but is about $1300 higher retail for Class 1 leather. It appears that it requires more leather, 396 sq feet vs 306 sq feet for the Danvers, yet the styles look pretty identical, both have nailheads, etc. What am I missing here? Why does it take more leather for the Anderson when it is smaller than the other? Can all the cushions be moved around on both sofas? Thx!

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    Jul 2008
    Alexandria VA

    Default Re: Anderson vs Danvers

    We don't get into the mechanics of the engineering as to square footage requirements, it is what it is.

    Most pieces from Hancock and Moore have tailored corners (about 80% of the line) that prevent them from being used in another location on the piece.
    Duane Collie
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