Clarence House is seeking an Independent Sales Agent for travel throughout Connecticut, Westchester County and Long Island, New York. They will present, sell, and service Clarence House accounts as well as our distributed (Jean Monro, Etro, Decortex Firenze) and represented brands in the NYC Showroom. They will be responsible for increasing both territory volume and profitability by developing strong relationships with clients.
This position requires excellent Customer Service and Selling Skills. The candidate must have their own vehicle and have the ability to learn our product lines. The ideal candidate will be based anywhere in the territory, preferably in Connecticut or Westchester County, New York.
Clarence House is a textile company that has become a significant player in the decorative fabric industry. The company, founded in 1961 by New York interior designer Robin Roberts, imported European fabrics not previously available in America. Later, Roberts built his design studio and established close relationships with European mills and textile archives.
Today, Clarence House is a leader in the decorative fabric industry, providing furnishing fabrics to prestigious museums and historic houses. The company is famous for its hand-screen printed fabrics and wallpapers, which have a distinctly European and timeless feel. Its textiles are available exclusively to the trade, with showrooms throughout the United States and abroad. Account holders can also shop and order products through the Clarence House website.
Clarence House offers a wide range of fabrics, from hand-loomed brocades and soft cottons to sumptuous silks and rich leathers. The company also produces complementary trimmings of the highest quality. Its dedication to quality and innovation has made Clarence House a go-to resource for top-tier interior designers.
In 1981, Clarence House hired Kazumi Yoshida as its in-house art director to help execute Roberts' ideas. Yoshida was pivotal in steering Clarence House through multiple changes, helping the company remain competitive in the industry.
The Queen Mother's residence was named Clarence House and is where Princess Margaret's engagement was announced. The founders of the textile company chose the name Clarence House, to evoke grandeur, luxury, and a sense of heritage, and the company has fulfilled that promise.
Clarence House's commitment to innovation, quality, and creativity has earned the company a leading position in the decorative fabric industry. Top interior designers seek out its textiles featured in prestigious museums and historic houses worldwide. The story of Clarence House is one of vision, hard work, and dedication to excellence.