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The Treasure Chest brings ceramic goodness to Greenfield

The Treasure Chest brings ceramic goodness to Greenfield

Posted: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 6:01 pm

The Treasure Chest brings ceramic goodness to Greenfield | The Treasure Chest; Greenfield, Tennessee

Barbara Galey stands in front of just a sampling of goods offered at The Treasure Chest.
Greenfield now has a new treasure and it’s not buried, but located right out in plain view for all to see.
Mother-daughter duo Barbara Galey and Kim Workman recognized a need for a place selling ceramic churches and carried out their plan through opening The Treasure Chest in February of this year.
Located at 110 S. Front. St., the business specializes in, not only ceramic churches, but cherubs and silk arrangements.
“There is a need for the wholesale of ceramic churches and cherubs by florists in West Tennessee due to problems with the import and export of goods,” Galey explained. “All the ceramics are hand-made and hand-painted. The baskets are unique and custom-made. There is something to fit all the people and pets in your life. We offer free delivery to all funeral homes in Weakley County.”
Workman is a ceramics artist who specializes in ceramic churches and cherubs and she has been making and wholesaling for a year out of her home. Her mother, Galey, is the businesswoman of the two.
The location for the business was chosen for its central location and ease in being found.
The Treasure Chest is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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