Blog — Fall

How Did Wilson Street Get its Name? and Other Questions, Answered

Posted by Carol Drang at

  Hi! So by now, you may know that Wilson Street is a family-owned business.  You may know that in addition to shipping our fabulous gifts nationwide, we also maintain our storefront in Long Island, NY.  But there's a lot you probably *don't* know yet about Wilson Street and how we got started (like, where did the name "Wilson Street" come from, anyway?).  Well, prepare to have your questions answered (or, at least, most of them!).     First, and most importantly, the CEO of Wilson Street is Lisa aka Aliza.  Now, Lisa was born to be a CEO.  She was...

New Beginnings Should be Celebrated With Gift Giving!

Posted by Lisa Belsky at

Ahhh... September.  The start of a new month and, for many of us, a new school year.  Whether we are teachers, parents, grandparents, or students ourselves, the words September is practically synonymous with "school starting."  September also rings true as a start for other things, including the season of fall, the Jewish New Year, and the launch of Wilson Street's website to the public, to name a few!  Remember as a child, walking through chunks of crunchy leaves on the sidewalk, the now-cool breeze rustling your hair?  Remember as a child, the excitement of shopping for new pencils, markers, and...

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Annette Lipszyc said: The gold pan

They are beautiful. look great on the table

1 month ago - Pan Holder Round
Naomi Bensoussan said: Best purchase ever!

Making my serving a dream

Naomi Bensoussan said: Best holiday gift ever!

Makes table
Look festive , and I don’t have to clean serving platters

Judith Meyers said: A brilliant pop of color

A brilliant pop of color

Marketa Edwards said: Disappointed

Prompt delivery of these lovely salad servers, but they arrived scratched up. Have submitted photos and a request to return them but have had no response yet. Can’t give as a wedding gift when the finish on handles is already scratched. Disappointed.