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Tempest In A Teapot, Creators of Custom Handmade Silver Jewelry, Chimes, and Gifts Expand Their Product Lines for February and March
Starting this month, Tempest In A Teapot highlights new works from regional artisans along with their own handmade silver jewelry gift creations via newly expanded product offerings in their “brick-and- mortar” and online store.
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There are a vast number of talented people around the county with the ability to offer unique items to the general public without the everyday consumer having to shop at a mall or chain-store.
Point Pleasant, NJ (PRWEB) February 20, 2014
Custom handmade silver jewelry , chimes, and gifts from Tempest In A Teapot and many other talented artisans are hot this winter. Because of this, the owners of Tempest In A Teapot have brought in new and hip custom artwork, home and garden décor, jewelry, clothing, and stationery gift items to their “brick-and-mortar” store located in Point Pleasant, NJ and their online site. These new product lines are uniquely created gifts and all made in the USA.
“There are a vast number of talented people around the county with the ability to offer unique items to the general public without the everyday consumer having to shop at a mall or chain-store. We love to give special attention to artists who make exquisite custom handmade gifts that can speak uniquely to an individual,” said Tempest In A Teapot owner Elsa Mikus. Mikus continued, “Our newly expanded product line will give both in-store and online consumers and potential new customers a chance to see the vast array of other products we offer ranging from jewelry to tie-dye clothing, soaps and teas, and bottle openers to home furnishings and garden decorations.” Co-Owner, Barbara Ryan also commented saying, “Many people come to us with silver flatware and service sets that have been sitting in their attic for decades asking us to breathe new life into these family heirlooms by making them into new creations. But being able to feature other creations by talented artists expands our reach and offerings to a group of people who may not have a family treasure to use, but may still be looking for that unique little something. We hope this product expansion will fill that need.”
Some of the new original and unique handmade product lines at Tempest In A Teapot include:
Lorraine Oerth Pottery (giving bowls)
Saw Dust City (signs)
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