China Baroque

Christie Gunter.

Christie Gunter.

China Baroque is Houston’s source for transforming broken China into a treasured piece of jewelry. Founded in the late 90s, China Baroque has grown into a household name. China Baroque recently opened their flagship retail store in the heart of Memorial, just off of Frostwood behind Memorial Hermann Hospital.

China Baroque became best known for selling their products at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo and the Nutcracker Market but has traveled far and wide, exhibiting at Junior League shows across the south. What makes China Baroque so unique is their ability to take what some might consider trash and turn it into a treasure. “We have done thousands of custom pieces for our clients over the last decade or so,” said owner Christie Gunter.

Each custom order is different, because customers’ stories are so different. From weddings to family reunions and even funerals, China Baroque has made jewelry for many events for customers over the years.

Even those who do not have “jewelry worthy” dishes can find plenty in the store to choose from. The experts at China Baroque “treasure hunt” for the perfect China to repurpose. Some dishes date back as far as the mid to late 1800s. In addition, China Baroque carries a wide variety of gift items. Sit down with one of the designers in the China Design Room, and create a piece of jewelry to be passed down for generations to come.

For more information, visit www.chinabaroque.com or contact 713-996-8995.