In last week's ATG he set out his ten-point plan to revive this sector of the market. Here is the best of the reaction on Twitter to his #BringBackBrownFurniture manifesto:
Capes Dunn & Co. @CapesDunn:
@JeremyLamond great article in this week's ATG how very true #BringBackBrownFurniture
Byrne's Auctioneers @byrnes_chester:
What a brilliant article in this week's @ATG_Editorial @JeremyLamond. Count @byrnes_chester IN #BringBackBrownFurniture
Timothy Medhurst @TimothyMedhurst:
@JeremyLamond #BringBackBrownFurniture enjoyed reading your piece in @ATG_Editorial
@ATG_Editorial Great Article Jeremy delighted to support!
Elizabeth Fell @ElizabethFell1:
Good work in today's @ATG_Editorial @JeremyLamond #BringBackBrownFurniture *holds cabriole leg aloft in solidarity*
Antique Collection @antiqueaday:
We're joining the campaign to #BringBackBrownFurniture @JeremyLamond
Entwine Upholstery @entwineupholst:
@antiqueaday @JeremyLamond We're up for it. We want quality not quantity. We love Wood!
Robert Mulhern @RobertMulhern1:
@entwineupholst @JeremyLamond @antiqueaday dont tell everyone just yet, im still out buying #cheapclassfurniture
Carlos Diaz @Funk2funkDiaz:
@ATG_Editorial brown!! wrong word puts people off straight away, and also mid century furniture is quality and not mass produced either...
Philip Serrell @PhilipSerrell:
@JeremyLamond - I very much approve of your #BringBackBrownFurniture campaign - come to my next sale and we'll have a load for you.