After years of research, the loan of Canning labels,
(with the blessing from the Wellington Museum)
and generous contributions of historical paraphernalia from enthusiastic County families,
Cannery Row PEC was born.
County obsessed sisters Jane Rutter and Susan Felton have collaborated to produce
functional heritage products for the home, based on County History.
Click the tabs to learn more about the designers behind Cannery Row PEC.
A long-time Bloomfield resident, Jane founded Cannery Row PEC.
She is very active in the County art community and has always been a collector of heritage memorabilia.
She is a part-time photographer and the business mind behind Cannery Row PEC.
Before Cannery Row, Jane was a registered massage therapist with her own business for 16+ years.
Susan relocated from Toronto to the County to join her sister in her business venture in 2012.
She is the lead designer of heritage product for Cannery Row PEC.
She specializes in refinishing furniture and has a very good eye for interior design.
Susan's background is in graphic design and she worked in the advertising business for 15+ years, before making Cannery Row her full-time gig .