My family passed down beautiful pieces of china from generation to generation, taking them out and using them to mark special occasions and important celebrations. One of the most important aspects of dusting off our beloved family treasures each year isn’t just about enjoying them as beautiful serving pieces at holiday meals, but recalling the memories and stories associated with each piece. As a 30-something, I've noticed most of my friends' family heirlooms have been relegated to the shelves and cupboards year round—which means fewer opportunities to share family stories and keep those memories alive. This Labor Day, I think back to my own family's history and the strong women that worked and sacrificed to be able to pass down their values and traditions to...
After years of listening to the inspiring Side Hustle School daily podcast, I submitted an application for The Brooklyn Teacup to be featured on an upcoming episode, and we were actually chosen. Can't wait for you to have a listen and let me know what you think!
The social distancing-approved way to transform your vintage china into tiered stands. A step-by-step process of how it works and how we can create tiered trays, serving pieces, decor, and meaningful gifts out of your china--while you wait! Available in Park Slope Brooklyn. Mail-in upcycle option also available!
Not so humble brag alert--The Brooklyn Teacup was featured in InStyle's Mother's Day Gift Guide. It was such an honor to have been highlighted alongside the innovative and inspiring women-owned businesses included in the curated list by the female networking group know as Women Work F*cking Hard.