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Enesco

Georges , original name George Enescu. 1881--1955, Romanian violinist and composer
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Enesco plans to operate Things Remembered online, direct mail, and B2B retail businesses, as well as a portfolio of current stores under the Things Remembered brand.
Caption: 1 Birch & Bird seasonal plates by Enesco enesco.com
Enesco took over Boyd's back in 2008 when Boyd's was struggling miserably to stay afloat.
Enesco will introduce the newest Our Name Is Mud product offerings to retailers during the company's corporate show in Itasca in October.
RECREATIONS of Pooh have been made by Enesco, Beswick, Royal Doulton, Border Fine Arts, Merrythought, Gund and Halcyon Days.
I confess that for the big two, Enesco's Roumanian Rhapsody No.
(PMI) and financially troubled Enesco are ending their 27-year licensing relationship, with management of the Precious Moments brand transitioning to PMI through the rest of this year.
Internationally renowned pianist, teacher, composer and writer, Seymour Bernstein studied with Nadia Boulanger, Georges Enesco and Sir Clifford Curzon.
During the pilot phase of the "Exclusives Program," manufacturers such as Goebel, Enesco and Disney offered exclusive products, available only on eBay.
l Cumbria-based Enesco European Giftware Group Ltd has recalled all its packets of Harry Potter Collector's Stones after fears they could be mistaken for sweets and children might choke on them.
The quartet will be dashing over to Leamington for the concert and between playing well-known quartets by Haydn and Brahms will include the second of two quartets by Enesco.
- Enesco Corp., which is said to be the country's No.