Crow’s Nest Trading Company was a company that sold Southwestern-inspired home furnishings, women’s apparel and jewelry through mail order catalogs and an online retail store from 1994 to 2013. The company filed for bankruptcy in 2013 and is no longer in business.Continue Reading
Crow’s Nest Trading Company offered home decor that incorporated Southwestern themes, including handcrafted furniture, hand-woven rugs, wood carvings and lamps. The company's inventory also included wrought metal artwork, western prints, dinnerware and gifts. Its women’s apparel also reflected a Southwestern style and included a line of cowboy boots. The company’s jewelry collection featured unique, hand-crafted pieces that emphasized hammered metals, sterling silver, and heavy use of turquoise, feathers and beading.
Customer comments about the company are evenly split between positive and unfavorable, as shown on HorsesandHeels.com, which announced the closing of Crow’s Nest. Some customers expressed delight with their purchases and praised the company for the uniqueness and beauty of its products. Other customers complained of inferior and overpriced merchandise and poor customer service. Several complaints on file with the Eastern North Carolina Chapter of the Better Business Bureau are from customers who placed orders and whose checks were cashed or whose credit cards were charged, but who never received their purchases.Learn more about Corporations