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What are some brands carried by Marks and Spencer furniture outlets?

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Marks and Spencer furniture outlets mainly sell their own sub-brand furniture pieces, rather than furniture manufactured by an outside company or party. These sub-brands include Hamilton, Lyon, Maxim, Adente and Supima. The Marks and Spencer online furniture catalog includes subcategories for sofas and armchairs, bedroom sets, dining room sets, assorted living room furniture, and bathroom and kitchenware. The retail company has also expanded into garden and conservatory pieces, children's nursery pieces and lighting fixtures.

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Marks and Spencer is a British multinational retail outlet store founded in 1884 by Michael Marks and Thomas Spencer. The company is well-known for carrying a mix of casual, mid-level and luxury products and, as a result, has become one of Great Britain's most profitable retailers. Even after disappointing sales and a steady decline in market share since the mid-1990s, Marks and Spencer remains one of Britain's largest retailers of clothes, furniture and food items.

As of 2015, the company boasts an annual revenue of 10.3 billion euros and employs over 83,000 people worldwide. Marks and Spencer is a public limited company that is publicly traded on the London Stock Exchange and is a valuable benchmark company on the Financial Times Stock Exchange list of companies with the greatest market capitalization in Britain.

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