Photo found on flickr here.
For some reason, information about the Kent-Coffey furniture company is hard to come by. I did find some helpful information here.
In a nutshell, Harold Coffey owned the Lenoir, NC-based company. He was friend and competitor to James Broyhill, among others. In the 1950s-1960s, Kent-Coffey offered reasonably priced and well-made furniture. They were bought out by the Singer Furniture Company at some point.
Here are some of the lines I see mentioned: Perspecta, Forum, Eloquence, Finesse, Crusader, Insignia, Focus, La Fayette and Mainwaring.
There doesn't seem to be an abundance of these pieces available, but the ones that are appear to be reasonably priced. A little while ago on Craigslist here there was a complete bedroom set for $700, if I remember correctly.
Do you own any Kent-Coffey furniture? Or do you know anything else about this line? We'd love to hear from you!