Thursday, October 11, 2012


If you haven't seen the Holdster yet, you should check it out! It's a Burlington, VT start up that Queen City consulted on and helped to bring from concept to reality. It's perfect for when you have a hot beverage in your favorite mason jar.

Guild & Company

Queen City Dry Goods just finished a big order for the Guild & Company. These menus are made with laser cut bamboo and leather. A farm to table steakhouse with an in-house butcher, these menus are sure to fit in with the beautiful decor and custom work by Conant Metal and Light.

Bity Bean Baby Carrier

Queen City Dry Goods has made a small batch of samples for Vermont start up Bity Bean for their trade show debut. This will be the lightest, most compact baby carrier on the market. Best of luck at the show Doug!

S'amuse Aviator Hats

Queen City Dry Goods made a set of aviator caps for S'amuse. With the design inspired by Amelia Earhart, these caps are made out of red leather and ready for the runway.