Jane Seymour to host American Furniture Hall of Fame Banquet

Jane SeymourJane Seymour

HIGH POINT, N.C.--Jane Seymour will host the 22nd American Furniture Hall of Fame Induction Banquet on Oct. 17 at the High Point Market.

Known for her award-winning acting, Seymour first entered the home furnishings business in 2004. Last year, she partnered with AICO's Michael Amini, debuting her first licensed furniture collection. Her other home furnishings licensees include Badash Crystal, Firefly Home Collection, Winward Floral & Seasonal Decor, Acacia Home and Garden, and Stylecraft Home Collection.

Industry Fellows  who will be recognized for their exceptional leadership, accomplishments and contributions to the furniture industry are Gerald Birnbach, Manuel Capo, Thomas Day, Darrell and Stella Harris, Michael and George Massood and Bob Timberlake. Inductees into the Hall of Fame also will be announced.

The deadline for reservations is Oct. 1. Tickets are $125 each and can be purchased online at furniturehalloffame.com.

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