There is a marked difference between artisanal goods that are made by hand and mass produced products. The quality is like comparing apples to caviar, centuries ago everything was made by master craftsmen with authentic materials. A far cry from today’s mass production factories, in the 19th century, for example, bespoke goods were made-to-order and exquisitely fashioned to the client’s requests.
One of the areas in the USA that still preserves the principles of artisanal craftsmanship is the beautiful Appalachian region, it’s a unique link to yesteryear. Inspired by the vast and stunning Appalachian region and culture, J.Q. Dickinson Appalachian Mercantile via its subscription box offers a unique trove of some of the finest Appalachian artisanal goods.
Steadfast to keeping Appalachia’s traditions and craftsmanship alive, the J.Q. Dickinson Appalachian Mercantile company’s main aspiration is to bring global awareness to the bountiful natural resources, amazing food and artisanal goods of the region.
For my golden jubilee celebration, Nancy the owner of J.Q. Dickinson Appalachian Mercantile sent a lovely gift of splendid Appalachian delights. The gift box featured a wonderful collection of gorgeous bath and body products, heavenly bourbon caramel sauce and heirloom salt – perfect for a once-in-a-lifetime occasion. SM
Discover the wondrous artisanal goods of J.Q. Dickinson Appalachian Mercantile at www.jqdappalachianmercantile.com