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January 03, 2003 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-01-03

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urniture designer M. Fillmore Harty returned home recently to
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etroit to meet with staff and clients at Gorman's in
Southfield. Harty designed four new collections for W. Schillig
— Heidelberg, Chicago, Continental and Metro. The collec-
tions feature a new S-suspension. Harty eagerly pounced on the sofas,
demonstrating the potent drop-in coil springs.
"To be valued, you must be able to build it," says Harty, who actually
builds and designs prototypes in his New Hampshire home. "I treat it as

sculpture," said the former Ford Motor Co. employee and Bloomfield
Township resident. Another dynamic component of the W. Schillig col-
lections is the Butterfly fabric, a newly developed micro-fiber material.
Bernie Moray, president of Gorman's, attested that difficult stains could
be removed from this suede-like, soft fabric in sumptuous colors.
Many pieces in the collections are multi-functional. In one sectional, a
side chaise can be flipped to turn the sofa into a small bed. Price points

range from $3,000 to $5,000.

—Carla Schwartz

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Mon & Thurs 8:11,9:00
Tues, Wedj30-6:00

"They don't come too much better than Rochester
Chop House. Where they do so many things right...
cutting their own meats on premises, serving
steak-cut portions of fish and ocean fresh seafood
while keeping prices at affordable range...

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Danny Raskin, Jewish News

"Outstanding. The RCH does something that is all
too rare anymore: It consistently, relentlessly,
makes customers happy, thrilled even..."

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Jane Rayburn, Detroit News

"...the comfortably sophisticated Rochester Chop
House has spawned a lot of imitators over the
years but still emerges the winner with excellent
beef dishes complete with all the finishing touches."

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