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BOCA RATON, Fla.,  — NewsMark Public Relations has been retained to promote one of the key U.S. retail launches of “Althorp Living History,” the unique furnishing designs inspired by Althorp, the historic English estate that is the ancestral home of Charles, the 9th Earl Spencer and his sister, the late Lady Diana, Princess of Wales.
Making the announcement today, NewsMark CEO Mark Hopkinson said, “We’re honored that Antiques & Country Pine, a name synonymous with fine European craftsmanship and service, has selected us for such a prestigious undertaking.”
“The Earl Spencer will be on hand at Antiques & Country Pine in Deerfield Beach to sign copies of ‘Althorp Living History,’ the book authored to coincide with the launch of the collection,” Hopkinson said.
“We’ve dedicated 1300 square feet of our Deerfield Beach Showroom to a full line of furnishings based on collections in the ancestral English home of the Earls of Spencer and we’re delighted that Earl Spencer will take time out of his U.S. visit to grace us with his presence,” said Antiques & Country Pine Founder Bernard Molyneux. “Those who have never had an opportunity to visit Althorp can now acquire their own piece of history designed from the unique collection preserved at the 114-room country mansion that has been home to the Spencer family for nearly 500 years,” Molyneux added.
Founded in 1983 by British entrepreneur Bernard Molyneux, Antiques & Country Pine is a name synonymous with fine European craftsmanship and quality service. With principal showrooms in Deerfield and Delray Beach, Florida, and partner stores throughout the United States, only the finest European furniture and European-inspired reproductions are showcased.  It imports an outstanding inventory of quality furniture in English pine, cherry and walnut, while its beautifully crafted custom furniture includes a large selection of entertainment centers for living rooms, great rooms and bedrooms, along with exquisite custom hand-painted home furnishings and well designed English kitchens.
Mark Hopkinson, founder of NewsMark Public Relations, is a former Vice Consul who headed the radio and television division of British Information Services, the New York-based section of the British Embassy.  NewsMark Public Relations is a full-service PR agency specializing in personal, political and corporate image building with an emphasis on influential media placements and strategic communications.
Althorp and its magnificent collection have been open to the public for over 50 years.
Contact: Mark Hopkinson, NewsMark Public Relations
Tel: (561) 852-5767