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Marie Claire: The Ultimate Gift Guide for 'Bridgerton' Lovers

"Flaunt your pretty finger foods on this pleasingly mismatched stand and coordinating cups. The brand is known for upcycling the kind of crockery that’s gathering dust in grannies' cupboards."

Instyle:16 Mothers' Day Gifts that Support Female-Founded Brands

"The Brooklyn Teacup repurposes your vintage dishes, bowls and teacups into tiered serving pieces and unique gifts that you and your loved ones will actually use and enjoy...They strive to use exclusively eco-friendly packaging and materials, earning them a double thumbs-up from Mother Earth."

Apartment therapy: 11 Perfect Presents for the Grandmillennial in Your Life

"If your resident grandmillennial likes to grab a spot of tea, then they’ll love this splurge worthy set sourced from The Brooklyn Teacup. Though the New York-based company sells authentic vintage pieces, founder Ariel Davis uses her well-trained eye to find items that strike a balance between old and new."

Washington Post: Five fresh ideas for the family china nobody wants

The Brooklyn Teacup sells ready-made tiered stands made of vintage plates...and also does custom design for customers who provide her with their china. Davis can take several-size plates and a teacup and create a stand, in whatever arrangement you like...Then you can ­de-accession the rest of the set without feeling guilty.

Forbes: Accessible Custom Furniture And Decor Is The Next Big Interior Design Trend

"The Brooklyn Teacup is an innovative brand that makes tiered stands from upcycled China. These make unique serving trays for cookies, amuse-bouches, macarons, etc. They’re also great for holding jewelry on nightstands." 

BUZZFEED: 33 Items To Buy Right Now If You Really Want A Cottagecore Kitchen

A set of mix-and-match teacups from which you can daintily sip your Oolong as if you're at a fancy garden party and not in your Dorito-crumb-strewn bed...PS: These are *actual* vintage finds from The Brooklyn Teacup! So no two sets are alike.

NBC4 New York: Tiers of Joy: Brooklyn Teacup

Joelle Garguilo talks with Brooklyn Teacup Founder Ariel Davis to learn how the company transforms vintage fine china.

TeaTime Magazine: The Brooklyn Teacup: Upcycling vintage china for a new generation

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Country Living: Free Range Revelry-A Pastoral Picnic

Transferware Tiered Stand included in "Parties & Picnics" Contributor, Lela Rose's, party picks, classified as "Finer finds for a French-infused pique-nique."

Martha stewart living: Maman Bakery Founder Elisa Marshall Shares Her Picture-Perfect Mother's Day Brunch

"The desserts will be served on a beautiful tiered stand I had made by The Brooklyn Tea Cup. They make unique tiered stands with family heirlooms and plates you supply. (And they all unscrew to make storage simple)."

Victoria Magazine: The Business of Bliss: The 2022 Entrepreneurs

"How wonderful it would be, she thought, to transform one’s collection of tucked-away china into versatile serving pieces that people could keep out all the time. And thus, The Brooklyn Teacup was born."

VERANDA: Our Ultimate Gift Guide for the Grandmillennials In Your Life

"25 gifts for every chinoiserie connoisseur, needlepoint maven, and blue-and-white aesthete on your holiday shopping list...These gorgeous sets were sourced from England, and each one is totally unique. While they are perfect for serving up high tea, they also easily double as jewelry storage."

Sierra Magazine: Sierra’s Valentine’s Day Gift Guide

Does your better half enjoy casual entertaining...unique ways to display jewelry, and/or a hot cuppa?...In addition to sourcing pre-loved heirlooms, the company sends gifts out in repurposed, recyclable, or otherwise reusable packaging.

Brooklyn Heights Blog: Upcycling, China, And Art Unite at The Brooklyn Teacup

"As a self-described millennial living in a one-bedroom apartment, she had neither room for nor interest in a traditional set...Though initially unsure what she’d do with the[found] china, she knew that from both an artistic and environmental perspective, throwing it away didn’t make sense..."

201 Magazine: Upcycle your forgotten treasures

"...Davis soon realized that numerous friends and family members were hanging on to collections of antique dishes that they didn't want usually out of a sense of guilt or obligation. She wanted to help turn these beautiful and underappreciated works of art into practical, sentimental and eco-friendly gifts that friends and family would actually use and enjoy."

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