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The Chinese Antique Furniture Shop is organized as CAFS LLC, a limited liability company, in the state of New Hampshire.  It operates from 47 Dixie Lane, New London, NH 03257.

John Rogers

For over 40 years, Mr. Rogers has been dealing in antiques. His first area of specialization is American country furniture and early wooden ware. After residing in San Francisco where he had an opportunity to become better acquainted with Chinese antique furniture, he added that category to his areas of expertise. He has an extensive library on the subject, and has studied all aspects of Chinese country furniture with resident experts in San Francisco. Mr. Rogers recently completed an intensive five day course in Chinese classical and country antique furniture in Beijing, China. He resides in New Hampshire but spends a number of weeks in San Francisco.

Yuqing Zhao

Yuqing (Eugene) Zhao was born and educated in China in business.  Bi-lingual in English and Mandarin, Mr. Zhao buys in China, inspecting each piece prior to purchase.  He sells principally to high end dealers and decorators whose clients are concerned with authenticity as well as artistic appeal.  His merchandise has never been for sale previously outside of China.  Mr. Zhao's clients are primarily West coast based.  When in China, Mr. Zhao occasionally will call one or more of his dealer/customers to inform them of an opportunity to acquire an important piece of furniture or art.  Mr. Zhao is trading on his knowledge of Chinese furniture, and his commitment to accurate descriptions.

David Rogers

David Rogers has been active in internet marketing and business development since the mid 90's. He currently lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area.  Mr. Rogers has a MA TESOL from New York University, and a MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

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