The Tin Cup Market relocates in Jasper

By NICOLE SMITH
Posted 7/11/18

The Tin Cup Market relocates in JasperBusiness under new ownershipThe Tin Cup Market that sells vintage, handcrafted and boutique items celebrated its reopening last week in Jasper under new …

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The Tin Cup Market relocates in Jasper

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The Tin Cup Market relocates in Jasper

Business under new ownership


The Tin Cup Market that sells vintage, handcrafted and boutique items celebrated its reopening last week in Jasper under new ownership.

Now located in the College Hills Plaza next to Moore's Landing on Highway 78 (1301 Highway 78 E.), Tin Cup reopened June 1 after a move from its former location on Highway 78 West. Brandi Jones now owns the store, taking the reigns from Tim Key, who originally started Tin Cup in July 2016.  

The business is holding strong to its original concept, which invites vendors to rent booths and share crafts, home decor, new clothing, boutique offerings, antiques and more.  

Jones rented a booth she called Beauty for Ashes at the old Tin Cup location in October 2016.

"I like to take old things and make them new and pretty," she said. "That's my heart. That's what I love to do is repurpose."

In January 2017, she was asked to work part-time at the business, and she became manager in April 2017. She bought the business in May of this year, since the original owner needed to step away for other work commitments.

The new Tin Cup location has a modern, yet rustic vibe, and Jones said the space is a bit smaller and more efficient for the business.   

A ribbon cutting was held for the new location last Friday.

Anyone who would be interested in renting a booth may call Jones at (205) 295-5355. Unlike a traditional flea market, the Tin Cup does not allow the sell of used clothing or shoes or used appliances and other items, but rather focuses on repurposed decor and new finds. They also support the work of local artisans who would like a space to sell their designs.

Store hours are Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The business is closed on Sunday and Monday.