Owner, Christie Gunter is quoted stating, “The city of Houston and our customers from all over the US have really embraced our company and allowed us to begin this new journey.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) October 29, 2015
China Baroque is thrilled to announce the Grand Opening of their newest location at 879 Frostwood, located in Houston, TX near the fast growing, upscale area of City Centre. China Baroque began as a small family owned business that repurposed old china pieces into wearable art back in the mid-nineties. Originally made up of a mother, daughter, and daughter-in-law combination, China Baroque flourished over the years traveling to trade shows and more, showcasing their niche custom jewelry across the southern parts of the United States. Their vision was to bring a unique product to the market that wasn't readily available in most areas. Through hard work and creativity, China Baroque became known for their devotion to design, craftsmanship and customer service. Today, China Baroque is solely owned by Christie Gunter. Along with the help of her amazing team, Gunter has decided to take the business in a different direction by opening up a flagship store in Houston.
China Baroque will kick-off their newest location with a grand opening celebration over multiple day events. Wednesday, November 4th, will feature a ribbon cutting ceremony presented by the West Chamber of Commerce to officially open the new location. Thursday, November 5th, is the kick-off party! Enjoy, wine, cheese, and find out more of how China Baroque has perfected the techniques of turning fine china into beautiful custom jewelry. The Thursday evening event will be from 4p to 9p, allowing for plenty of time to shop after work. Those attending will also have an opportunity for a raffle and 15% off one selected item the day of the event.
Owner, Christie Gunter is quoted stating, “The city of Houston and our customers from all over the US have really embraced our company and allowed us to begin this new journey. The new store literally gives us more space to expand but also gives us more opportunities to showcase other unique lines and work with different artisans and companies, some of which are exclusive to China Baroque in Houston.”
For more information on China Baroque, please visit http://chinabaroque.com.