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Magazine    July 2002

Art Deco furniture über Frank Pollaro has such a special place

in his heart for his pup Sal that he designed and spent 100 hours constructing a bed made of Brazilian rosewood with faux ivory stringing for the Yorkshire "terror," as Pollaro has dubbed him. The bed is finished in traditional hand-applied French polish and dressed in a patriotic Clarence House fabric called Velours Celeste selected by Manhattan interior designer Harry Schnaper. Pollaro is custom-making beds to order for any size dog at a cost of $8,500 each, which includes upholstery (client supplies the fabric). Each bed is handsigned. Sal here got the following inscription: For my Special Boy Sal, on his First Birthday.

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Custom Doggy Beds by Frank Pollaro
356 Glenwood Avenue
East Orange, New Jersey 07017
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