Preservation Fine Goods Opens featuring an Exclusive Collection of American Designers
Preservation Fine Goods is a new store presenting authentic, timeless and well-designed home goods by American designers. Step into Preservation Fine Goods to find an open and comfortable environment blending elegant design and high caliber craftsmanship. Founder, Kate Marsh, with an eye for exceptionally designed items and a passion for working with small businesses, has focused on assembling a well-edited collection of finely crafted, heirloom-quality home goods and furniture exclusively designed and made in the U.S.A.
The store features work by local and national designers and makers including Edgewood Made (PA), Doug Johnston (NY), Anna Karlin (NY), Louise Gray (MN) and many more. You will find products that honor the ideals of American Craftsmanship where natural materials including wood, ceramics, metal, glass and textiles are elevated to heirloom pieces for the home. Preservation Fine Goods showcases designers at the top of their craft, offering small to middle batch production lines of original and inspired designs.
“At Preservation Fine Goods, we appreciate the heart and soul that goes into making fine design and celebrate the American maker and design tradition. We present the unique process behind each product to encourage a genuine connection between the maker and the user.”
Founder, Kate Marsh, started Preservation Fine Goods with a vision to support the designers of a new American tradition in design, craft and manufacturing. With over 15 years of design experience in graphic design and furniture design, Kate is passionate about the materials and processes that contribute to fine design products. A truly multi-disciplinary designer, she has designed anything from furniture and home goods to graphics and branding to digital interactive applications. She started and ran her own successful design studio in New York City and has a MFA in Woodworking and Furniture Design from the School of American Crafts, RIT. With numerous experiences living abroad and traveling, Kate has developed a keen sensibility for great and timeless designs. With this in mind, she has carefully-selected a collection focusing on home products exclusively made in the United States, with natural materials by skilled designers and craftspeople.
Preservation Fine Goods opened it’s doors in early November at 9 Church Street, Lambertville, NJ and will be celebrating with an Opening Party on Friday, December 2nd from 5-8pm. Preservation Fine Goods is open Wednesday, Thursday and from 1:30pm – 6pm and Saturday, Sunday from 11am – 6pm.