Monday, January 28, 2013

Elise Joseph Launches Pennyweight Goods

Posted By on Mon, Jan 28, 2013 at 3:26 PM

You might already be familiar with Elise Joseph, creative genius behind Pennyweight, media director at Imogene + Willie and Nashville's reigning Pinterest Queen with well over a million followers. If not, click here and here and resign yourself to the fact that you will be scrolling through a multitude of gorgeous photos and curious finds for the next few hours (sorry, bosses across Nashville).

Today, Elise announced some very exciting news! She is finally launching Pennyweight Goods, a new venture that will offer exclusive, limited-edition products that have been curated by Elise. She will update the site on the fourth Monday of each month, and will feature small batches of pieces made by artists from around the world.

"The site will include a wide variety of goods from makers around the world that appeal to both men and women," Elise told Country Life. "Next month will be a kitchen good, and I've also got a piece of jewelry coming as well as some beautiful wood pieces from a local furniture/goods maker. Each month will be a little bit different, but hopefully equally exciting! There will be different price ranges as well."

Elise has always dreamed of opening her own brick-and-mortar shop, and I can guarantee that I will be one of the first in line whenever that happens.

Her first offering is an 18-by-24 poster designed by Chelsea Petaja of Oh My Deer. You can purchase the poster here.

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  • Image via pennyweightgoods.com

We adore Elise because, in addition to her badass style and impeccable eye, she tells the story behind the things she finds, which always makes the experience more special for the buyer. Now, how do we get that brick and mortar store??

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  • Image via nashvillescene.com

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