The Brooklyn Teacup | Brooklyn, New York
One fateful spring day, while walking about her metropolitan neighborhood, Ariel Davis stumbled upon a box placed on the sidewalk: A large collection of vintage china had been thrown out among the trash. Determined to save these trinkets from their curbside fate, the young entrepreneur took them home, where she was later struck with a grand idea. 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.
“I appreciate fine china because it symbolizes values that deeply resonate with me, like togetherness, gratitude, and the sharing of traditions.” —Ariel Davis
Photography Leatal Cohen
Portrait Photography Justin Ben-Asher