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It was business as usual this week at E.A. Clore Sons, with people viewing items in the showroom, orders being taken by phone and cabinetmakers in the shop constructing tables, chairs and bedroom sets. This wouldn’t be unusual except the company announced in May 2016 that it was closing and would stop production after filling orders.

E.A. Clore Sons announced last week that it would be shutting the doors at its Madison County facility and will cease manufacturing within the year. One of the oldest businesses in the region and once the eighth oldest family business in America, six generations of Clores have been producing handcrafted furniture since Moses Clore and his two sons, James Osborne and Joel, began the business in 1830.

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