It's out with the old and in with the new at Ponce City Market's Sustainable Home Goods.
Handcrafted in Austria, this ceramic sculpture depicts the female form holding a glazed vase.
Ponce City Market is the perfect place for exploring SustainAble Home Goods’ (@sustainablehomegoods) new vintage line. Offering shoppers a way to practice the brand’s sustainability ethos through the celebration of well-aged and well-loved pieces, the new collection offers an ever-changing curated series of special finds, with vintage glassware, vases, jewelry boxes, ceramic pieces, candleholders and books among the many one-of-a-kind pieces you’ll find. Current highlights include cream vintage bookends, carved out of Italian bonded marble and crafted by A. Giannelli in 1976 in Italy; amber goblets, boasting a radiant golden honeylike hue; and a vintage picnic basket, handwoven from sweetgrass, similar in technique to the Gullah people of South Carolina who still to this day continue to preserve the basket-weaving tradition. Available both online and at the SustainAble Home Goods storefront at PCM, there’s no better time to add a little vintage love to your shelves.